Brit Award–Winning Singer Joss Stone's Naked Bearskins Ad
|Joss Stone for PETA |
Photo: Pal Hansen
Two-time Brit Award–winning singer Joss Stone is the latest in a long line of celebrities to speak out against the killing of bears in the name of tradition. The sultry soul and R&B singer, who starred in The Tudors and Eragon, poses naked with a teddy bear clutched to her chest to draw attention to the plight of bears who are cruelly killed to make the Queen's Guards' ceremonial caps.
Joss joins other caring celebrities – including Lucy Davis, Jamie Bamber, Kate Ford, Imogen Bailey and Julian Clary – who have starred in PETA ads on behalf of bears.
It takes an entire bear's hide to make just one cap, and Joss agrees with PETA and compassionate people worldwide that fake fur is the way to go and that the killing of bears for their skins should be stopped. Join Joss and thousands of other compassionate people by calling for a faux-fur alternative to the Guards' bearskin caps.
Sign this petition:
Instead of financially supporting the shameful slaughter of black bears for The Queen's Guards' ceremonial caps, the UK should set a compassionate example by switching to high-tech and luxurious faux-fur fabrics and committing to ending the killing of black bears.
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