Everywhere Jennifer Lopez goes, drama is sure to follow.
But even the woman who once comprised half of the original Bennifer could not see this one coming. During the auditions for her new Glow After Dark reality show Friday night, two representatives from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) took the stage.
Covertly, they first pretended to audition before launching into a tirade against the fur-loving singer/actress and possible Scientology convert.
The event, which was held at Macy's in Downey, California, erupted into complete chaos as one of the animal rights activists busted out with a funny, rhyming chant that went, "J.Lo, fur ho!"
The other faux contestant railed against Lopez as well, stating:
"I think the most important thing about being a diva... is not only being sexy and being stylish, but is not wearing real f***ing fur!"
The shocked M.C. scooped up one of the infiltrators and strong-armed her off the stage. Lopez was not present during the outburst. Neither was Beyonce. Not that she would have had any reason to be. But that girl also loves her some fur.
Famke Janssen, who has been an outspoken advocate of animal rights despite her unabashed love for pork products, could not be reached by The Hollywood Gossip for comment.
In other animal rights news, PETA backer Pamela Anderson has fired off an angry letter to the U.S. Postal Service, which plans on immortalizing KFC founder Colonel Sanders on a stamp. Writes Pam:
"Honoring a man whose legacy involves breaking animals' bones and scalding animals to death in defeathering tanks is contrary to the values of most compassionate citizens."
Wow. One could say Pam went postal on those bitches. Eh?