You've got to hand it to those PR folks at PETA. They know how to
grab a column inch or 47.
Last week the animal rights group unveiled its first annual review of
the worst-dressed celebrities, complete with bitchy comments that begged
to be published. The top prize went to Star Jones, co-host of The
'She claims that the first thing she'd save from a fire is her mink,'
PETA said about the full-figured fur-wearer. 'The Twinkies must be in
Jones wasn't the only one to attract PETA's wrath. 'Whitney, you'd be
surprised how much less you'd sweat without the fur,' PETA chided
songstress Whitney Houston with.
Madonna and her new husband were slapped down with, 'The animal on her
back is as dead as her film career - and duck-hunting hubby Guy Ritchie
is not going to revive either.'
Jennifer Lopez was chastised for donning lashes made out of fox fur at
the Oscars. 'You don't need to do that,' said PETA, 'just cover up your
Fur-loving celebs should take PRWeek's advice. As the above photo of Dan
Matthews, PETA' director of campaigns, proves, donning a living animal
rather than a dead one is OK. Avoid the dead ones, or face PETA's poison
pen next year.