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PETA Pals Hit the Dance Floor on ‘DWTS’

Written by PETA | April 8, 2013

Got your dancing shoes on? Several of PETA’s celebrity supporters do, and they’ve been showing off their best moves on ABC’s Dancing With the Stars (DWTS). The animal-friendly folks tripping the light fantastic this season include the following:

Andy Dick 

Before he began cutting a rug on DWTS, this compassionate  comic took on the cutting-up of animals for dissection and (with a valuable assist from Martin Short) hilariously showed the unfunny side of a certain fast-food clown in his memorable spots for PETA.

Karina Smirnoff 

The lovely professional dancer dazzled us in her PETA ad declaring that she’d rather dance naked than wear fur!

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Kellie Pickler 

The country chanteuse (who’s also fur-free) has been wowing the judges with her moves and winning over viewers with her sweet smile—not to mention the fit physique that earned her PETA’s Sexiest Vegetarian Alive title. Being good to animals is good for your body, too!

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Zendaya Coleman 

Zendaya has already shown that she has all the right moves on Disney’s Shake It Up—and by helping PETA help animals with a fundraiser at the vegan-friendly Millions of Milkshakes

Carrie Ann Inaba 

This PETA pal, who is seated at the DWTS judges’ table, partnered with her beloved late cat, Shadow, in a stunning ad promoting spaying and neutering to end the animal-overpopulation crisis

Keep on dancing, y’all—we’ll be cheering you on every week. To us, though, everyone who steps up for animals is a Mirror Ball winner!

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