Talk show diva Wendy Williams just became the latest celeb to bare all for animal rights group PETA.

While Williams is a foodie who loves to eat meat, PETA tapped her for their “no fur” campaign, which debuted yesterday in Times Square.

Williams joins stars like Eva Mendes, Khloe Kardashian, Nia Long, and Waka Flocka in PETA’s fight against killing animals for their fur. During yesterday’s unveiling, Williams released a statement saying, “We should all try to be comfortable in our own skin and let the animals keep theirs.”

On a recent episode of her talk show, Williams mentioned that she enjoyed her PETA shoot, but that the group had to add more hair to her photo to make sure she was properly covered up.

PETA, which often uses celebs for its anti-fur campaigns, is known for their controversial ads. Last year they came under fire for likening animals in aquariums to chattel slavery, and in years past, they were accused of fat shaming.

  • Joy

    sean: Why are people scared to see the human body?!?

  • Joy

    Photoshopped, or not. Wendy looks good. I tell you what; she definitely looks better than all the overweight people in the house. Wendy is almost 50. I’m on vacation, and I’ve never seen so many overweight YOUNG people in my life. The obesity rate all over the country is out of control

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