Most of the times, celebrities are talked about what they wear, or how they wear it. This time, it's all about what they don't wear. PETA made it's campaign more and more popular since it got celebrities featuring in them. Christian Serratos, the Twilight star, it's only one of them.

The animal rights organization is fighting for the animals to be completely free from dependency on humans to survive. It has more than 2 millions of supporters all over the world and it's campaign against any kind of abuse of animals is getting larger and larger.

The organization is also known for it's celebrity supporters, such as Paul McCartney, Pamela Anderson, Sarah Jessica Parker, supermodels Christy Turlington, Naomi Cambpell and Eva Mendez, who are only a couple of the ones who often help them out. Other celebrities who provided their image for PETA ads, are: Pink, Dita Von Tesse, Alicia Silverstone, Anna Nicole Smith, Dennis Rodman, Carrie Ann Inaba, Christina Applegate, Sophie Ellis Bextor, Shirley Manson, Tommy Lee, Andy Dick, Jenna Jameson, Joaquin Phoenix, Masta Killa, Persia White, and many more.

PETA has a series of ad campaign with the slogan “I'd rather go naked than wear fur”, featuring celebrities in their own role, wearing nothing but their own skin. Some of the ones who joined the campaign are: Eva Mendez, Khloe Kardashian, Steve-O, Karina Smirnoff, Nia Long and lately, the Twilight star, Christian Serratos.

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The 19 years old actress has always been a supporter of PETA, also posing for their “Save the Whales” campaign. She fights now with vampires and nonliving creatures, but she still wouldn't wear fur. The picture used in the campaign involves a forest scene from the “New Moon” episode. Christian Serratos looks amazing, probably charming both vampires and werewolves. She supports PETA's work against any kind of animal use and already claimed she is disgusted by people wearing fur and suggested wearing fake ones.

Twilight is one of the most popular movies at the moment, it's cast got quite a fame to, so is this PETA ad stop people from abusing animals? How many celebrities more will need to get naked so that PETA can get people's attention and make them take an action?