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Vegan Supermodel Kate Moss Seduces A Rabbit

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We told you about supermodel Kate Moss‘ obsession with cooking vegan meals for her new fiance, Jamie Hince. But it looks like the man in her life may have something to be envious of, as Kate has taking her veg loving ways to a whole new level in an ad where she seduces a bunny rabbit with carrots.

That’s right, Moss seductively dances and tempts a lifesize rabbit with a bouquet of carrots. But it’s all in the name of fashion, as the clip is part of an advertisement for the Chilean fashion firm “Basement.”

In the ad we see Moss in lingerie, the rabbit in a suit, and carrots being thrown around as if they were gold bars.

Eventually, Moss awakens to an alarm buzzing, it was all a wonderful dream… or was it? Moss is wearing the dress the rabbit gave her, and she is surrounded by a sea of tiny bunny rabbits around her bed (their furry offspring?).

Watch the clip below and tell us what you think.

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