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'Glee' Star Joins Pamela Anderson In Opposing Horse-Drawn Carriages

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The “Glee” cast has been busy in New York City while filming scenes from their episode at the national glee club competition. But star Lea Michele has found something new to take home with her instead of a cheap Statue of Liberty souvenir…she found a new ally in an important cause!

Michele is now backing Pamela Anderson‘s campaign against horse-drawn carriages in New York’s Central Park. Michele wrote to Anderson on Twitter, “I’m in NY (New York) right now and it is devastating to see these horses on these busy streets at all hours. Wish this would end…”

Michele has been a supporter of a ban on horse-drawn carriages for a while now. Notably, “The Daily Show” star Olivia Munn has been very outspoken about the issue too, even going so far as to throw around insults on “The Today Show.”

Anderson was in NYC promoting her campaign at the same time Michele was there, and must have caught Michele’s attention at some point. With her campaign, Anderson hopes to replace all horse-drawn carriages in Central Park with classic cars. Not a bad idea!

It’s great to see two major Hollywood players going after the same cause here. If the two of them could team up with Olivia Munn, their combined animal rights ferocity would be a force to be reckoned with…and they’d be a downright attractive group, too.

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