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Kelly Brook Slithers Her Way Into New PETA Campaign

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Known as a sultry actress and cover model in England, Kelly Brook is adding to her resume by posing as a snake for a new PETA campaign.

She recently stripped down and was painted like a slithering creature in support of animals being killed for the use of their skins. The sexy photo shoot was shot by singer Bryan Adams in his London studio.

Brook’s new campaign will be seen on billboards and as you can see above the slogan reads, “Whose Skin Are You In? Animals Belong in the Wild, Not In Your Wardrobe.”

“It makes my skin crawl to think about the violent ways snakes, lizards, alligators and other exotic creatures are raised and killed for boots, bags and belt,” Brook said.

“Our message is to support the designers who are creative without being destructive, and go for the great fakes that pay tribute to the animals’ beauty without killing them.”

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