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Cher Is Dressed to Kill… SeaWorld’s Profits

Written by Michelle Kretzer | July 3, 2014

In the midst of her Dressed to Kill Tour, Cher is making it quite obvious what she really wants to kill: SeaWorld’s profits. Cher is sharing with her millions of fans how SeaWorld hurts animals. She urges them to watch Blackfish and join her in boycotting the company’s abusement parks. Here’s just a sampling:

In other celebrity news:

  • Paul McCartney is sharing his grilling tips just in time for July Fourth. On the “You Gave Me the Answer” section of Macca’s website, one fan asked Paul what he likes to grill for his guests at barbecues. Paul responded, “I love to cook Linda’s veggie burgers and sausages, which I have got down to a fine art. I also like to BBQ asparagus brushed with a little olive oil, but you have to keep an eye on these (like everything in life!)” And he shared this charming picture of him doing just that.
  • Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting is in love again … puppy love. The mom to three rescued dogs was donating blankets to the open-admission West Valley Animal Shelter in California when a dog named Ruby caught her eye and captured her heart. Soon Ruby was heading off to her forever home with Kaley, and the actor was urging her fans, “[I]f you can, rescue a slightly older dog! They get the short end of the stick and end up living out their older days in shelters. Ruby is a dream. Calm, quiet and sweeter than candy.”
  • Despite the demands of being a new mom, Jenna Dewan Tatum still looks radiant. And she tells Natural Health magazine that it’s because she says ixnay to animal products and nourishes her body and skin with healthy food. “It’s because I’m being really diligent about putting good things in my body. And my green smoothies, I drink one every morning. I get the nutrition, I get the vitamins and minerals right away.”
  • Mya is proving that she has a heart to match her sweet, soulful voice:myatweetMya should be watching her mailbox for a package postmarked from PETA (wink, wink). And she’s not the only artist who’s excitedly giving the cruelty-free life a try:noahtweetdonnytweet

To keep up with what all your favorite stars are doing, follow @PETA on Twitter.

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  • Iris says:

    I’m glad to see someone with the power to influence ppl do something about the way animals are being used for human entertainment. It’s sick and wrong the way animals are being taken away from their natural habitat and put places like SeaWorld and zoos just to make money. It’s not for preservation of species or to save their lives. Other celebrities should follow the example of Cher and should use their status to help those in need.