, who plays Bella's pal Angela in the "Twilight
" series of films, has bared her own moon to pose naked for PETA's "I'd Rather Be Naked Than Wear Fur" ad campaign.
Previous celebs in the anti-fur campaign include Khloe Kardashian, Steve-O, Amanda Beard, Nia Long and Jamie Bamber of "Battlestar Galactica."
MTV, HuffPo and others have the ad pictured -- but keep in mind that although this ad is suitable for glossy fashion mags and the like, it might make your computer monitor sizzle just a bit too much for work. Serratos posed for the group's (non-naked) "Save the Seals" campaign as well.
Vampires bite people and suck out their blood, right? Just checking. And that usually results in dead people?
Seems "Twilight" has been a favorite of PETA for awhile, or at least a darling of PETA 2, the youth branch of the meat-is-murder animal-rights organization. In February, "Twilight" was given a 2008 Libby Award for most animal-friendly movie.
We did a bit of searching as we tried to reconcile how a vampire movie could be considered "animal-friendly." (We tend to be a bit retro and lump humans in the "animal" camp when it comes to things like being bitten and sucked dry of blood.)
Turns out Bella (Kristen Stewart) is a vegetarian who gives her dad what-for when he orders a steak.
We notice that Sour Patch Kids were also on the Libby Award winners list as the best vegan candy. We get it now -- eating animals bad; eating people, kinda OK.
Peep the catchy video after the jump if you have an urgent need for an animal-friendly vampire-bite technique. Helpful for those making "Twilight" parodies at home, we're told.
-- Christie D'Zurilla
Photo: Christian Serratos wears clothes but no fur to the L.A. premiere of the movie "Fame" in September. Credit: Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images.