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Wendy Williams Goes Naked in New Anti-Fur PETA Ad

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Joining celebrities like Alicia Silverstone, Khloe Kardashian and Olivia Munn, talk show host Wendy Williams has stripped down for animals.

In her new anti-fur ad, Williams can be seen with the famous caption, “I’d rather go naked than wear fur.” Williams said about her feelings on the subject, “We should all try to be comfortable in our own skin and let animals keep theirs.”

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Williams says in the accompanying video, “PETA has proven that there is a sexy way to suggest to people to rethink the fur.”

Wendy used to wear fur, but gave it up about seven years ago. She goes on to say that as a decent person with compassion, this campaign was basically a no brainer.

See the host in the video below.

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  • ifyoucareenough

    Oh my goodness, when is the moral schizophrenia insanity going to end? Wendy loves her animal foods and is such a phony here it’s palpable — tipping toeing around trying not to offend her fur-wearing fans. All these celebrities have a hidden agenda using Peta for their own self-promotion … if they really cared about animals they would all be vegans, talking about abolishing all animal use. But most of them aren’t.

  • kimberly callihan

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