Thank you, Catholic Church!
For months, The Hollywood Gossip has been calling out PETA for its attention-seeking tactics; the charity clearly cares more about making headlines with racy ads than actually saving animals.
Now, we've got the backing of over one billion people, as the Catholic League has taken issue with PETA's latest, ridiculous poster: a shot of Joanna Krupa naked, covering herself with a cross.
Wrote Catholic League President Bill Donohue in a statement:
"The fact is that cats and dogs are a lot safer in pet stores than they are in the hands of PETA employees. Moreover, pet stores don't rip off Christian iconography and engage in cheap irreligious claims.
"PETA is a fraud. It also has a long and disgraceful record of exploiting Christian and Jewish themes to hawk its ugly services. Those who support this organization sorely need a reality check. They also need a course in Ethics 101."
"As a practicing Catholic, I am shocked that the Catholic League is speaking out against my PETA ads. I'm doing what the Catholic Church should be doing, working to stop senseless suffering of animals, the most defenseless of God's creation."
That's dandy, Joanna. But can you explain how posing nude, with a crucifix covering your private parts, is remotely related to that cause? No way it's to hype your upcoming Playboy pictorial, right?
"I think worrying about going topless in a photo shoot or film is really ridiculous," Krupa said to Fox News. "And the fact is, Pope John Paul said, since we were born naked, it is art, and it's just showing a beautiful body that God created."
Somewhere, Levi Johnston is nodding in agreement.
Whose side are you on in this feud?