But Lea isn't just talk — American Girl has actually set up the Wild at Art campaign through the World Wildlife Fund to encourage young women to use their artistic abilities to help animals and even donated $50,000 in the process!
Get a better look at Lea courtesy of her GMA unveiling (below)!
Emily VanCamp and Josh Bowman from Revenge star in a new PSA for the World Wildlife Foundation.
The PSA is part of the new campaign "Hands Off My Parts" which is trying to raise awareness for the illegal wildlife trade.
So many animals, many of them rare, are killed every year for their fur, horns, bones and more.
That's just terrible! People need to leave the animals alone!!
The WWF released a statement that said:
"WWF is rallying forces globally to raise public awareness and reduce trafficking in endangered species. We’re grateful for the powerful voice celebrities like Emily and Josh are lending to this important cause. The world must take a stand to stop the illegal trade that is emptying our forests and our oceans. Supporting “Hands Off My Parts” is an empowering and simple way for anyone to be a voice for those endangered species who have no voice."
We're so glad Emily and Josh are giving up their time to help the animals.
Tigers are majestic creatures, but their numbers are dwindling at an alarming rate.
The species, once totaling over 100,000 in the wild 100 years ago, is now down to a dismal 3,200 thanks to poachers, illegal trade and habitat destruction, with over 90 percent of their homelands destroyed.
The World Wildlife Fund has partnered with Yanni to help giant panda conservation. The composer and singer has had a HUGE honor bestowed upon him as he has "adopted" a panda from Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding.
The partnership has set up a limited edition $50 panda adoption fund, where contributors can symbolically adopt pandas.
Yanni has guaranteed $50,000 from his end, which would equal 1,000 mini adoptions.
To learn how to give your helping hands to the panda, visit HERE!
Of course Jay Z's wife's new song Formationaddresses the movement, but her dancers definitely paid their respects by donning outfits, including berets like those worn by members of the Black Panthers.
Not only that but Queen Bey's Super Bowl crew was snapped a couple times with their fists in the air -- a tribute to Tommie Smith and John Carlos, the American track stars who made similar gestures during the 1968 Olympic medal ceremony (below):