The UK is not LOLing over Lola.
Dakota Fanning has joined the famous likes of Beyonce, Christy Turlington, Julia Roberts and Angelina Jolie by having a provocative ad campaign banned in Britain.
The nation's media elites decreed that Marc Jacobs' latest fragrance ad featuring Fanning cannot be displayed, as it fosters too "sexually provocative" an image:
They made the decision after deciding that the imagery was inappropriate and receiving complaints about the ad, which has actually been out since June.
The 17-year-old is seen wearing a short, girly nude colored dress, provocatively holding a bottle of Jacobs' Oh, Lola! perfume between her upper thighs.
The ad appeared in several magazines and newspaper supplements across the U.K., and yielded enough complaints from offended readers to force action.
Some complained that the ad is "irresponsible" and portrayed the Breaking Dawn actress in "a sexualized manner." Well, yeah, if you wanna get technical.
Does that mean it should be banned, though? Vote below: