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Wendy Williams For PETA’s “I’d Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur” Campaign

Wendy Williams Strips Down for Peta Wendy Williams For PETAs Id Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur Campaign

How you doin???????????

Daytime talk show host and media Queen, Wendy Williams, stripped down to her birthday suit in support of PETA‘s latest “I’d Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur” campaign. The former fur wearer had a change of heart a little over seven years ago after doing some research on what all goes into obtaining fur from animals.

In the behind-the-scenes video she revealed:

PETA has proven that there is a sexy way to suggest to people to rethink the fur, and I like it, and I’m down. I’d rather go naked than wear fur. It’s “fury” sexy.

As a former fur wearer, you know I must say that I have not given fur any thought for a good seven years.  Well I don’t really think that fur is first of all the mark of success anymore.  As a decent person with compassion, it just seems like the right thing to support.

What I would have to say to people that currently wear fur, I’d softly suggest to keep your mind open and do your research. If you never come around, I still love you. And for people who enjoy the fur look there are plenty faux fur options.

My hair stylist custom built this wig for me specifically for this shoot. It’s fantasy hair 28-inches long. And as a talk show host where everything has to be so covered up during my show, I welcome the reasoning to go naked.

I have a little giggle, but giggle is what separates the men from the women. And if this is a sexy ad then I must tell you, giggle is sexy.

Gotta love Wendy Williams. She keeps it one hundred, thousand, trillion at all time…. BTW: That wig is EVERYTHANG!!!

Peep the sexy pic below:

Wendy Williams Strips Down for Peta 2 Wendy Williams For PETAs Id Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur Campaign


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