Friday, January 19, 2007

Say HELL NO to J.LO!


Members of animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) are planning to disrupt Jennifer Lopez's fragrance launch tomorrow (January 20, 2007) in protest against her use of fur. GO PETA!

A promotional event is being held for the star's latest perfume, Glow After Dark, at Macy's department store in Downey, California.

According to E Online, Peta plans to cause a stink by planting a member among the crowd of young women vying to be named a "Glow Girl" and hoping to win an appearance on Lopez's online project, the Glow After Dark Show. It is not clear if Lopez herself will actually be attending the event.

PETA has frequently targeted the Waiting For Tonight singer for wearing fur and using it in her clothing line.

Lopez was spotted wearing a furry frock at Prince's Golden Globe Awards after-party on Monday night (January 15, 2007).

A representative for PETA claims the group has alternative plans in case their faux Glow Girl is discovered, saying, "If her cover is blown, you can be sure that PETA has something else up its sleeve.

"It's all part of PETA's relentless campaign to convince the Monster-In-Law star to stop flaunting pelts."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

PETA is an idiotic waste of time and its members need to find some real moral compass to follow.
J Lo looks good in fur...keep it up, sweetie!