In a protest over fur, Pamela Anderson stripped down to her panties in the window of Stella McCartney's London boutique Wednesday.
In the window, in plain view of passers-by and media, she posted a banner proclaiming "I'd rather bare skin than wear skin."
When asked if there's a need to name and shame celebrities who wear fur, the stacked Stacked star did not hesitate, taking no prisoners among fellow stars.
"I don't think that's glamorous at all... especially the ones that are starting to put them [fur] in their clothing lines like J. Lo and BeyoncÃƒÂ©. It's really important for them to be conscious of what they wear, especially as they're fashion icons."
BeyoncÃƒÂ©, as many know, loves her fur. The singer was recently confronted by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) at a swanky restaurant in New York. BeyoncÃƒÂ© was asked by activists why she thinks it's okay for cute, defenseless animals to die for her vanity. She was not happy.
Anderson is a longtime advocate for animal rights, and an active member of PETA. For her campaign against fur and other campaigns for animal rights, Pam was given the group's first Linda McCartney Memorial Award, named for the late wife of Sir Paul McCartney, an avid animal rights supporter.
Paul McCartney's second wife, the beleaguered Heather Mills, is also an animal rights activist. And, depending on what you read, a former hooker and/or porn star.