We feel like PETA is like a little kid trying to figure out which parent to ask for more ice cream. Who is more likely to satiate their sweet tooth… but for a pretty decent reason.
When PETA heard that Disney was remaking Dumbo, they asked that the studio change the film's ending.
The original Dumbo ends with the eponymous elephant becoming a hit circus act and everything ends happily!
Though, now we all know the circus isn't the best place for elephants. Heck, even Ringling Bros. has promised to get rid of their elephant acts by 2018!!
So, now that the Dumbo remake has director Tim Burton on board, PETA is asking him what they already asked Disney. PETA's Senior VP Lisa Lange wrote a letter to the director, that said, in part:
After a three-year battle with cancer, The Simpsons co-creator Sam Simon passed away Monday at the age of 59.
Following his colon cancer diagnosis in 2012, Sam decided to use his fortune for good.
A lifelong animal lover, Sam famously saving an injured horse from ever having to race again.
In fact, it was his animal rights organization The Sam Simon Foundation that broke the tragic news via Facebook, saying:
We have a feeling Sharon Osbourne's supposed opinion about the way Kim Kardashian West treats North West isn't going to sit too well with the reality star.
Is the 34-year-old going to fight back and stand up for her parenting skills?!
Probably not, considering how Kimmy kept silent when Amber Rose bashed her family and Kanye West over social media recently, but we digress…
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The Talk host reportedly opened up to Closer magazine about how she thinks Kim treats her daughter like an accessory!
It all started when Sharon caught wind of Nori's furry outfits and reportedly said:
PETA is not going to be happy about this!
On Sunday, 19 Kids And Counting Star Derick Dillard — husband of Jill Duggar — posted what seemed to be a harmless video on Instagram of him going sledding at the Duggar compound.
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He captioned the clip:
This Super Bowl won't be having this commercial!
GoDaddy has pulled an ad from the big game after a number of critics complained about the fact that the commercial seems to be OK with people who have puppy mills and support other "inhumane breeding" practices.
The short commercial featured a lost puppy finding its way home only to discover its owner sold the pup on a GoDaddy website.
And the pup is then driven away by none other than Danica Patrick!
But the backlash must've been pretty huge because the commercial has already been