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Joanna Krupa Bares All In Tiger Bodypaint Outside British Parliament For PETA Campaign To Ban Wild-Animal Circuses!

In support of PETA's latest campaign to ban wild animal circuses, Joanna Krupa stripped off outside the Houses of Parliament in London earlier this week. Replacing her clothes with body paint, the former Real Housewives of Miami star rocked a head-to-toe tiger print to bring awareness to the cause.

Krupa completed her statement ensemble with a killer pair of high-heels and let her trademark golden locks cascade loose around her front.

The polish model took to Instagram to share her look with fans and to make a statement. "Can't get enough of this amazing body art @emmafayofficial makeup @malgorzata_urbanska_mua hair @carlbembridgehair for @peta @petauk hoping the British government listens and finally ban s the use of wild animals in circuses!"

Keen to show their approval, one admirer gushed: "Roar!" alongside several fire symbols, reports The Daily Star. Another wrote: "I know it's cliche... but meow."

"You always look so gorgeous," a happy viewer noted.

Praising the starlet's partnership with PETA, one impressed follower posted: "This has made me love you. Thank you for using your fame to make a change and cause awareness," followed by a pink heart emoji.

“I am here to spread the awareness and try to get wildlife, wild animals, banned from the circus. I speak for the animals because they’re voiceless and they’re defenseless and it’s not right for people to take advantage of it,” she said in the video below. “I know this is a shocking way to show my support for animals but the sad part is unless you do something shocking, people don’t listen. Keep the human act, it’s amazing. Bravo for that. But please, just leave the animals alone.”

Speaking outside parliament, the passionate animal rights advocate said: "I've always loved and respected the importance the UK places on protecting animals – which is why I was so surprised to learn that wild-animal circuses are still allowed to tour in England and Wales." she told The Daily Mail.

"No animal should be forced to perform tricks for entertainment, and it's time the British government put an end to this cruelty." she added.

Former Prime Minister David Cameron promised to put a stop to such animal acts by January 2015 but failed to do so, even though 94 per cent of respondents to a government consultation demanded a complete and permanent ban.

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