Just when we thought things couldn't get any worse over on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
But that wasn't the case!
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
Sarah Palin is mad as hell and is not going to take it anymore!
As we reported, the former VP hopeful received backlash after posting a photo on Facebook of her 6-year-old son, Trig, standing on top of their dog, in what many claimed was a clear act of "animal cruelty."
Well, the former Alaskan governor is firing back at critics and boy, did she not mince words!
Over the weekend, the 50-year-old posted a message on her FB defending the photo and denied any wrongdoing whatsoever.
Her message opened with:
Talk about good marketing!
There's no such thing as bad publicity, and Discovery certainly knows it.
So when their special program Eaten Alive stirred up controversy, they sat back and let the free advertisement roll in.
That's because naturalist Paul Rosolie was supposed to be eaten alive by an actual anaconda snake. Sure, he'd have a special suit, but real danger was always present.
Well the show aired and it turns out Rosolie got
Paul Rosolie is a wildlife expert and filmmaker who loves mother earth so much, he's willing to literally become one with nature…
By being eaten alive by an anaconda!!
Well, not fully eaten. He's going to be wearing a special suit that should keep him protected from the snake's crushing strength, sharp teeth and powerful stomach acid.
So, how does Rosolie plan to pull off this stunt? He said:
Olivia Munn isn't just beautiful, smart and famous… she's also compassionate — her best quality if you ask us!
Last week, she wrote a plea for help on behalf of a poor elephant named Nosey.
Nosey the circus elephant suffers from debilitating arthritis and Olivia took it upon herself to write a letter on PETA's behalf to Tom Vilsack, the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture. It read:
Nowadays, Pamela Anderson is more famous for her stance on animal cruelty than for roles!
And she's once again making her pro-PETA beliefs heard.
Like most celebrities recently, Pam was dared to take part in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
However, unlike most celebs, the 47-year-old actually refused to take part in