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Olivia Munn Naked for PETA

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A new PETA campaign has launched featuring a naked Olivia Munn. The Daily Show correspondent joins celebrities like Khloe Kardashian, Eva Mendes, and Steve-O who have stripped down for PETA’s Anti-Fur campaigns.

A billboard featuring the actress will be located at 8366 Beverly Blvd. Only a portion of Munn’s beautiful au naturel body is shown on the the billboard. A full-length poster (shown below) has Munn in all her naked glory. Apparently the full nude shots of Munn were way too racy for a California billboard.

“Who needs fur to feel beautiful?” is the message that Munn’s billboard asks. She has taken to asking the question on Twitter while using the hash tag #PleaseDontWearFur.

She told The Hollywood Reporter, “When you think about even that little tiny trim of fur on your gloves or on your collar, that is still coming from an animal that had to endure so much pain just for you. There’s nothing good about pretending like you don’t know.”

In a PSA for PETA, Munn’s advice to everyone is, “Don’t buy real fur. Don’t buy a dog. Go rescue a dog. You can’t keep supporting people who are doing this to helpless animals. Stop.”

Munn is not just campaigning for PETA’s anti-fur agenda but also using her celebrity status to help spread the word about the horrors that circus and entertainment animals face.

Olivia Munn nude for PETA

Olivia Munn is naked for PETA

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  • Jschluet7

    I’m still pretty annoyed by her hypocrisy…anti-fur, anti-circus, pro-factory farming? Here’s her Carl’s Jr commercial: http://youtu.be/SOI-pLZtla0

    • Mike D.

      I’m with you. Olivia has done some pretty disgusting things in the past like eat whale meat on camera while in Japan and take a Japanese sword to a suspended pig carcass. That being said, I’m hoping this change is for real. She certainly has been pro-active on animal issues in the past year. I certainly wish someone would interview her and see what her current attitudes are and what she thinks about the things she did in the past. Perhaps getting off the juvenile TV show was the best thing she could have done.

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