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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Glee's Lea Michele To Go Naked For PETA 'If They Ask Me!"

Sep. 26 2010, Published 4:00 a.m. ET

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Would you rather go naked then wear fur? PETA has been asking that question for years and celebrated their 30th Anniversary Gala and Humanitarian Awards Saturday night in Los Angeles.'s Jessica Campbell was on the red carpet to talk to your favorite celebs about taking it all off for the cause.

"I don't think we need to see a billboard of me naked to know I am anti-fur," Glee star Lea Michele tells "But if they asked I would probably do it."

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Pamela Anderson, the pioneer of the campaign, recalls her first ad. "I called them from Baywatch and said, 'Please give me something to do. I'm so sick of talking about my boyfriends and my boobs'."

PHOTO: Pam Anderson's Sexy New PETA Ad

Dave Navarro had no trouble taking it off for PETA."It was kind of like spending an evening in my home. I got naked and strutted around in front of a camera," he says.

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PHOTO: Karina Smirnoff Goes Naked For PETA

However not everyone was running to strip down for PETA.

Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa exclaimed, "Not me"  when asked if he would pose.

Some just thought they were incapable of adding to the effectiveness of the barely-there ads.  Eli Roth shares, "I have this natural fur that covers my chest and my body that it wouldn't really make a difference...people would be like, 'why is Eli in a bear suit'?"


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