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Joanna Krupa Goes Naked For PETA

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Joanna Krupa would rather go naked than wear fur, and judging by the photo (above) we're A-OK with that!

On Sunday, the Maxim hottie unveiled her Be an Angel for Animals campaign for PETA to promote pet adoption.

As per usual, the campaign pushes the envelope by featuring the model wearing nothing by angel wings and a strategically placed cross.

Besides looking AH-MAY-ZING, Krupa was honored to be chosen by PETA and had some harsh words for fur loving celebs like Diddy and J.Lo!

Here are some HIGHlights:

On what inspired her to do the campaign:

“I’m very proud that PETA asked me to do this, because it’s so close to my heart. if it weren’t for an organization like PETA, these animals would have no voice. Somebody needs to put their foot down and stop this breeding, and the puppy mills. As I always say, anything for the animals! A little goes a long way."

On celebrities who wear fur:

"Look at P.Diddy or J.Lo, these celebrities, A-list celebrities that can do such a huge thing for these animals. They’re wearing this fur I mean look, it’s disgusting. I don’t look what looks worst if it's, they look bad, or the animal that they’re wearing.”

On the type of man she finds seksi:

"I don’t think there’s anything sexier than a man loving animals."

And we don’t think there’s anything seksier than someone who stands up for what they believe in!

P.S. CLICK HERE to hear the model discuss the campaign in her words!


[Image via Johnny Louis/WENN.]

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