Video: 'New Moon' Star Christian Serratos Goes Nude for PETA

Video: 'New Moon' Star Christian Serratos Goes Nude for PETA

Baring her body for the latest anti-fur ad campaign by PETA, Christian has become the youngest celeb who has posed nude for the organization.

"Twilight Saga" beauty Christian Serratos takes her clothes off for the lens to support the latest anti-fur ad campaign launched by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). The 19-year-old actress thus becomes the youngest celeb who has ever modeled for the organization and joins some Hollywood stars, like Charlize Theron, Eva Mendes, Karina Smirnoff and Roselyn Sanchez, who have all gone nude in PETA's anti-fur ad campaigns.

"Animals killed for their fur are electrocuted, drowned, beaten and often skinned alive," read the plea tagged in the ad that sees Christian standing naked in a dark, misty forest. "Please don't wear fur." The depicter of Angela Weber herself confesses in an interview with PETA, "I've always been opposed to slaughtering, eating, wearing carcass."

No word has been made just yet on when and where Christian's PETA anti-fur ad will be launched. However, by the time the ad campaign hits the Internet, Christian also tweets it with a short accompanying message that read, "My PETA Ad. Don't eat them...Don't wear them. :)"

Christian Serratos will be seen reprising her role as Angela Weber in the much awaited "The Twilight Saga's New Moon", which is targeting a November 20 U.S. release. She can also be seen starring in third "Twilight" installment, "The Twilight Saga's Eclipse", which is slated to be released in U.S. theaters on June 30 next year.

Behind-the-scenes footage from Christian Seratos' PETA photo shoot.


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    May 28, 2010

    miss u

    Eating Them
    Dec 01, 2009

    PETA = Please Eat The Animals

    Nov 15, 2009

    People who do this for PETA, take this "in your face" stand for their beliefs and to get people to stop and think about what they are wearing. How can you watch that video and put on fur?.This is a strong stand for-they mean what they say. It's meant to be as dramatically tasteful as possible to get their point across-No clothes at all if I had to fur. I feel the same and if famous, I'd tastefully do it as well. It's not as if the photos are Penthouse or even Playboy material. It has nothing to do with "showing off", but taking a strong stand to put a stop to something that is horrible and completely not necessary! Wear other things to keep you warm in the winter besides fur, it can be done you know!8^)

    Nov 12, 2009

    I'm so glad to see her do this. She represents the animals well. Truly loves them. Good going!

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