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Kym Johnson Poses Nude for PETA's Cruelty-Free Campaign

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‘Dancing with the Stars’ pro Kym Johnson has become the latest celeb to drop her clothing for a PETA campaign.

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“It’s basically making people aware of choosing cruelty-free products, which I didn’t realize animal testing was still happening, so I just want to make people aware,” Kym told Life & Style. “If it brings awareness to people and people become aware of what they’re putting on their faces — and what an animal has to go through for us to wear some mascara or hairspray — then it’s worth it.”

Check out a video of Johnson’s photo shoot – as well as her thoughts on working with PETA on the campaign – below.

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  • Cruelty Free eh? I think the thousands of animals PETA kills*MIGHT* disagree with that.

  • beachmama

    Might make a better impression if the models didn’t wear so much makeup in these ads. The fake tan and layers of makeup really take away from the message IMO.

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