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WATCH: Meghan McCain, Brandy Go Naked For Skin Cancer PSA

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As someone with family members who have been directly affected by skin cancer, I wear sunblock everyday. I know some Ecorazzi readers will disagree with me on this, because some sunblocks carry chemicals, but for me it’s something I have to wear to protect myself from cancer. Plain and simple.

Which is why I wanted to give some love to this Style Network campaign to raise awareness for skin cancer. They enlisted the help of celebs like Meghan McCain, Brandy, Tempestt Bledsoe, Tatyana Ali, Cacee Cobb and Danielle Fishel to strip and deliver the message that not wearing sunblock is like going out into the world naked.

“Last week, I drove my convertible naked,” Brandy quips in the PSA.

The text “20 people die everyday from skin cancer” scrolls across the screen, promoting the message that leaving the house without sunscreen could make you one of these 20.

You may have already heard about this campaign because Glenn Beck, being the classy moron that he is, decided to talk about it on air and proceeded to vomit for 10 minutes (10 full minutes) at the thought of seeing McCain naked, suggesting she’d be better off wearing a burka.

What a sweetie!

Luckily, this isn’t McCain’s first time at the rodeo, and she wrote a scathing and hilarious retort on The Daily Beast, with lines like, “As a person who is known for his hot body, you must find it easy to judge the weight fluctuations of others, especially young women.”

Bwahaha!! I just love that, I’m sorry.

Anyways, watch the PSA below and pass it around to remind people that skin cancer is easily preventable— just add sunblock.

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