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Joanna Krupa Goes Nude for PETA (Again)

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Joanna Krupa has once again taken off her clothes in support of PETA and animal welfare – but it’s not the first time she’s caused a stir for the organization.

Back in 2009, the “Real Housewives of Miami” star posed fully nude as an angle angel with only a large cross covering her breasts and genitals. (There was a tamer version as well) The ad was created raise awareness on puppy mills.

“Somebody needs to put their foot down and stop this breeding and these puppy mills,” she said in an interview with PETA. “They live in these little tiny cages, and all they’re doing is breeding their whole life,” she said. “It makes me so angry that our government doesn’t do anything about it. So I am!”

Krupa, 33, is back with a sexy new anti-fur ad, her second, in which she wears nothing but her underwear. There’s some playful humor here, however, as Krupa points out the absurdity of wearing fur and fur trim by having a bit of it hang out and over her thong.

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“I wanted to do this campaign to keep talking to people about how bad fur is. Stop! Fur is not sexy. It’s not cool,” Krupa says in her exclusive PETA interview. “You’re walking down the street wearing fur — you really look like an idiot!”

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  • Gemma

    You said that she posed as an ANGLE! Not Angel … Made me laugh, I was trying to figure out how one might pose as an angle!

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