The Daily Show's Olivia Munn goes naked for PETA campaign against fur farms

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      Olivia Munn, a correspondent for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, is the latest celebrity to say, "I'd rather go naked than wear fur."

      The actor is featured sans clothes in a new ad from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.

      Munn also appears in the following PETA video, which shows graphic scenes of animal cruelty occurring on fur farms in China, which she notes is the world's largest exporter of fur.

      "Please don't wear fur. Even a tiny bit of fur trim caused an animal extreme suffering & took a life," Munn tweeted today (January 12).

      In another video, Munn shares her thoughts on using fur for fashion.

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      Jan 12, 2012 at 2:33pm

      Nice looking woman, especially half-naked.

      It's a pity that she is stupid enough to swallow the PETA line of BS. She looks a bit smarter than Pamela Anderson (who doesn't?), but alas ... no.

      Dumb as a post.

      Pamela H

      Jan 13, 2012 at 12:16pm

      Good for Ms. Munn. Live flaying and genital electrocution - I'll skip the fur, too, thanks.