Cindy Crawford has angered PETA by appearing on the cover of Russian Vogue wearing a fur coat.
The 41-year-old model - who infuriated the animal rights group in 2004 when she agreed to be a spokesperson for their anti-fur campaign before modelling for exclusive mink clothing range Blackglama - has sparked furthercontroversy by gracing the cover of the well-respected fashion magazinesporting fur.
Leona Lewis would never pose nude because she isn't confident enough. The 'X Factor' winner - who is a fiercely proud vegetarian and refuses to wear leather or fur - is too shy to follow in the footsteps of 'Clueless' actress Alicia Silverstone and shed her clothes for PETA.
She told BANG Showbiz: "I'm not that confident! I think it's a strong statement, and I really respect it because it's for a great cause. I would love to do something for great causes like that, but I just don't think I could pose nude, because I'm not that brave."
Liv Tyler took her two-year-old son to watch his grandfather Steven Tyler rock out in Canada on Monday.
The "Armageddon" star and her son Milo - the actress' only child with husband Royston Langdon, lead singer of rock band Arckid - watched the 59-year-old rocker perform with his band Aerosmith at Toronto's Molson Amphitheater from the side of the stage.
Dita Von Teese stars in a raunchy new advertising campaign to promote spaying and neutering pets. The burlesque dancer donned a racy outfit to pose as a teacher in adverts for PETA's new Animal Birth Control (ABC) campaign, unveiled in Los Angeles yesterday.
Dita - real name Heather Sweet - is pictured standing in front of a blackboard in a pink and black corset, fish-net stockings and black stilettos as a seated older man gazes up at her entranced.