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DWTS' Kym Johnson Is NAKED!!

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Kym Johnson, pro dancer from Dancing With The Stars, took off all her clothes and did a butt-ass-naked photo shoot!

Before you get too excited, it was for PETA, so all the best parts are just out of view. LOLz!

The new PETA campaign reads: "Be a Bunny’s Belle of the Ballroom: Choose Cruelty-Free."

It's all about buying cruelty-free cosmetics and products that aren't tested on animals.

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Game Of Thrones' Peter Dinklage Tries To Outlaw Sale Of Animal Tested Cosmetics

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Game of Thrones star Peter Dinklage is a friend to the animals!

Cruelty Free International is an organization that is trying to ban the sale of cosmetics that are tested on animals.

Peter has teamed up with Cruelty Free International to end the sale of animal tested cosmetics in the U.S. of A!

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Quick Tip Of The Day

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PETA QUICK TIPS: Cruelty-Free Circuses

An animal-free circus is a cruelty-free circus!

PETA explains how they are even better because there's no animal abuse but just as much wonderment and thrills as ever.

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Ricky Gervais Against Animal Testing

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Ricky Gervais is so funny and he LOOOOVES animals.

So naturally he would partner with Cruelty Free International to try and stop animal testing.

Just look at him petting that cute bunny.

He's just the best.

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Avon And Estée Lauder Ordered Animal Testing

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PETA is calling for their supporters to boycott Avon and Estee Lauder make-up products ever since finding out they are using animal testing.

These companies have been "cruelty-free" for years now, decades even.

But it's recently been found out that in certain Asian countries, by law, the companies are forced to pay for additional safety testing, some of which has to be done on animals.

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