Pammie wants Oz Big Brother blonde to strip for PETA

thecheers.org    2008-07-16 17:28:44    

Melbourne, July 16 : After a successful campaign against Big Brother's key sponsor KFC, PETA bosses along with Pamela Anderson now want the show's other Aussie blonde to strip for their cause.
After a successful campaign against Big Brother's key sponsor KFC, PETA bosses along with Pamela Anderson now want the show's other Aussie blonde to strip for their cause.

The animal rights organization sent a passionate plea to Brigette Stavaruk to shed her clothes in the next round of "Hands Off The Chicks, KFC" ads.

Sent via email, the invitation calls for Stavaruk's involvement with the animal rights organisation's campaign just like her fellow playmate Anderson.

"From busting out your bathing suit for the hot tub, to calling out all of the bum suckers in the house, people around the country have grown to love all of your big assets, including your big personality and big heart," The Daily Telegraph quoted the email invitation, as saying.

The invitation further read: "That's why our bosom buddy and former housemate Pam Anderson suggested you for this ad!" (ANI)
© 2007 ANI


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