PETA: Madonna Named ‘Worst Dressed’
Madonna Named ‘Worst Dressed’
The masses have spoken! PETA’s “Worst-Dressed” Celebrities of 2009 have been selected, and this year’s biggest fur offender—by a mile—is … Madonna!
Right in line behind her is a group of cold-hearted celebrities who have shown no shame while flaunting hideous furs. And the winners losers are …
When you see Madonna in fur, you realize why nobody has copied her style since 1984. We know that she’s on the prowl for a young cub, but someone needs to tell Madge that wearing fur doesn’t make you a cougar.
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen
Since fur adds 20 years and 20 pounds, maybe Mary Kate and Ashley think their matronly wardrobe will deflect the gossip about bulimia. Somewhere, someone is missing a matching pair of Bigfoot bobble head dolls.
Maggot has gone from being lost in her brother’s shadow to being lost inside some really ugly fur coats. Where is her fashion sense? Maybe Christian Bale dropped her on her head during an action sequence in The Dark Knight.
Kanye rants about not winning Album of the Year at the Grammy Awards, but what he really deserves is a “lifetime bereavement award” for all of the corpses in his closet. Kanye, we love the quirky suits, but you can’t claim to be “the voice of this generation” while flaunting fur, which is old school and cruel.
Elizabeth Wholey? Instead of flaunting the remains of animals, this faded siren might focus on the remains of her career. She made us want to hurley when we saw her pimping for furriers in those desperate ads.
Hopefully, our “Worst-Dressed” Award will wake these cold-hearted celebs up to the truth about fur. Animals on fur farms often spend their entire lives trapped in tiny wire cages. Fur farmers often use the cheapest and crudest slaughter methods available, such as breaking animals’ necks while they are fully conscious or using anal or genital electrocution.
To learn more about what happens to animals who are killed for their fur or skins, watch this short video, narrated by Project Runway’s Tim Gunn: