Ex-Vegan Pink Poses Nude For PETA’s ‘Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur’ Campaign, Shares Diet And Fitness [Video]

Known for her fearless attitude towards everything from music to becoming a mom, Pink is now the latest celebrity to take it all off for PETA, the animal rights group. Clad only in a big smile, the singer posed naked for a billboard protesting attire made of animal fur, reported Us Weekly.

PETA’s new “Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur” campaign gives Pink, whose real name is Alecia Moore, the opportunity to share her concerns for animals. At 35, she admits that she hasn’t always avoided wearing animal fur, but now supports the anti-animal-fur movement.

“Be comfortable in your own skin, and let animals keep theirs,” reads the caption to her 90-foot Times Square billboard.

Pink admires animals for their honesty and loyalty, she revealed.

“I’ve always felt that animals are the purest spirits in the world. They don’t fake or hide their feelings, and they are the most loyal creatures on Earth.”

Thinking of her past, Pink admitted that she feels guilty for the times that she wrote fur.

“Unfortunately, I went through a selfish phase and wore fur on a couple of occasions. But I wised up and now boycott fur completely,” said Pink proudly.

“I wish everyone was forced to learn the horrors that these animals go through for fashion trends. I hope fur wearers get bitten in the a** by the same kind of animal they wear on their back.”

Pink is equally candid about her secrets for staying in such great shape, reported E! News. From yoga to protein, she makes sure to do what it takes to meet the demands of her career and life.

“My show is pretty demanding physically, so on tour I work out about five times a week,” Pink said. “I do an hour of cardio and an hour of yoga with my dancers before almost every show.”

As for her diet, Pink is a former vegan. However, she now has added animal protein to her diet, including fish and chicken.

And Pink isn’t the only celebrity to abandon a vegan diet for one that includes animal protein, as the Inquisitr reported.

Both Anne Hathaway and former President Bill Clinton ended their vegan plans to shift to Paleo-style, low-carb diets. Hathaway said that she felt more energy when she ate animal protein, noting that although she apologized to PETA, she did not plan to return to a plant-based diet.

Clinton’s physician, Dr. Mark Hyman, was the one to advise him to make the shift.

“It’s hard being a vegan to eat enough good, quality protein and not have too much starch. I know a lot of fat vegans,” said Dr. Hyman.

[Image via PETA]