God gave Joanna Krupa incredibly good looks.
According to the supermodel - who is feuding with the Catholic League after the organization took issue with her naked use of a crucifix in a recent poster for PETA - the Big Man Upstairs also gave her the right to exploit religion for attention.
In an interview with TV Guide, Krupa admits this is her goal. Here's what she has to say on the controversial topic...
On the Catholic theme of her ad: When PETA approached me to do an ad again, my team told them we wanted to make sure the concept is controversial, sadly, because that's the only way to get your message out there. It takes controversial photos for us to think about pressing issues.
Otherwise, we would rather go on watching and debating Jon and Kate [Gosselin]'s financial fights or Lady Gaga's costumes, while millions of helpless animals are dying.
On negative feedback: I was prepared to earn criticism and create controversy, but that was the whole point — to stir up emotions. To make people think, talk, discuss and direct attention to the horrific fact that millions of innocent animals are being euthanized each year.
On her beliefs: I, like many, see no clash or contradiction between a partially nude body and a cross. I am a proud Catholic and I am sure God is looking down shaking His head in disagreement with the Catholic League's comments.
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