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Vegan Daniella Monet is a Mermaid for PETA

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PETA turned more than a few heads late last week with their furry (and almost-naked) ad of model Joanna Krupa – but for actress Daniella Monet’s upcoming campaign, it’s all about scales and tails.

The 23-year-old Nickelodeon star, a vegan for over 12 years, recently tweeted photos of her and Hannah Fraser – rumored to be “the first freelance mermaid in the world.” According to Money, Fraser was there to give her lessons for a new photo shoot for PETA.

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“Taking lessons from a real mermaid today for an underwater @PETA photo shoot,” Monet tweeted. “So excited! Check out @hannahmermaid. Mermaid power! What an amazing shoot. So grateful to have met hannahmermaid. One of the most memorable experiences of my life. Thank you @peta, @jackguyphoto, and @hannahmermaid for such an amazing shoot.”

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  • Taggart Snyder

    Shame about her being associated with People Eating Tasty Animals (PETA). She so pretty. What a shame.

    • carmen martinez

      you are the shame and an idiot and i dont even know you but i hate you and i know the meaning of hate i really do!

    • Down with peta

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