Pink, Stella McCartney, Ricky Gervais support PETAs anti-fur campaignMarch 9th, 2009 - 1:12 pm ICT by ANI
London, March 9 (ANI): Pink, Stella McCartney and Ricky Gervais have lent their support to People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals latest anti-fur commercial.
The computer-generated video would see singer Pink and actor-comic Ricky Gervais loaning their voices for the characters of an alligator and a rabbit, respectively, demanding the return of their fur while being skinned.
The anti-fur commercial would be screened at a news conference after the Stella McCartney show during the Paris Fashion Week, reports the Telegraph.
The screening would then be followed by a question-answer session with long-time anti-fur campaigner McCartney, Pink and vice-president of PETA, Dan Mathews. (ANI)
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