Celebrities Supporting Animal Testing (Bash Fest Part II)

Here’s a list of 21 celebrities supporting animal testing. It’s the bash fest part II! (Check out Part I!)

1. Keira Knightley   Company—Chanel

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Our little actress here has been spotted in advertisements for Coco Mademoiselle, a perfume that Chanel makes. Not sure of Chanel’s quality but I feel confident that the animals they use in their experiments don’t think very highly of the ingredients in this perfume. AVOID! She’s one of the celebrities supporting animal testing. Sad to say I rather agreed when they made her walk the plank in Pirates of the Caribbean.

2. Lupita Nyong’o   Company—Lancôme

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This girl is GORGEOUS! If anyone ever made you feel badass and beautiful about shaving off your hair, it’s her. Which makes me wonder why on earth she needs to model for Lancôme in order to wear nasty makeup to advertise for “beauty”? Lupita is among the celebrities supporting animal testing. I know their makeup is expensive but this doesn’t mean it has quality ingredients. Or that they don’t test their products on animals because THEY DO. If you want to wear makeup, that’s fine. But make sure it’s from a company that isn’t responsible for the torture and death of millions of animals.

3. Matthew McConaughey   Company—Dolce & Gabbana

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For some reason I found this advertisement odd (this is NOT the actual advertisement, I’ve already stated before that I refuse to post those bloody advertisements because they were only made possible by animals being inhumanely treated and killed). It just seems weird, Matt McConaughey modeling for Dolce & Gabbana, aka among the celebrities supporting animal testing? I don’t know. Anyway, Dolce & Gabbana tests on animals. Their products are also super expensive. Where do you think those profits are going? Well, I can assure you good people that they are not going to making the world a more comfortable place for the animals they experiment on.

4. Shakira   Company—Crest

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Crest is owned by Proctor and Gamble, a company that conducts one of the largest amounts of animal testing in the U.S. They are wholly evil and also own a strain of other brands, such as Olay, Max Factor, Gucci, Bounty, Puffs, Pampers, Tampax, Mr. Clean, Gain, Tide, Vicks, Scope, Oral-B, Metamucil, Iams (dog food), Venus…sigh. That’s not a complete list. This babe is saucy enough to get some other business, am I right? Get off my list of celebrities supporting animal testing!

5. Olivia Wilde   Company—Revlon

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Revlon has snagged some of my other celebrities such as Emma Stone and Halle Berry. You don’t need me to say it, right? Just stay away from them. Sorry, Ms. Wilde—you’re on my list of celebrities supporting animal testing.

6. Chris Pine   Company—Giorgio Armani

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Chris was recently spotted by me in an advertisement for Armani Code. Now, Chris is on my list of celebrities supporting animal testing. I wrote a paper at Penn State on an Armani Code ad with Megan Fox and its advertisement techniques. They seem to know what they’re doing. Except, of course, when it comes to testing on animals. You’d think after all this time they’d have enough money and brains to figure out how to stop doing that, right? Or maybe Giorgio Armani’s brain is just a tiny bit fried from all that tanning… Not an excuse, just saying.

7. Amanda Seyfried   Company—Givenchy

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Loved her in Mean Girls, right? She’d be cool in my book… if she got away from Givenchy and stopped being one of the celebrities supporting animal testing. They test. Need I say more?

8. Gwen Stefani   Company—L’Oreal

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Classic style icon of the 90s, I first remember seeing her with bright pink hair, braces, and running in a wedding dress on TV. She was so much cooler then than she is now—modeling for L’Oreal, among the celebrities supporting animal testing. L’Oreal tests on animals. I feel like Gwen (LOVE that name) is a cool girl. She doesn’t need to do this, right? She’s gorgeous enough and stylish enough without mainstream, animal-testing makeup.

9. Charlize Theron   Company—Dior

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It’s not enough to be gorgeous, successful, and (formerly) dating Sean Penn. She needs to be among the celebrities supporting animal testing. Dior, expensive as it is, tests on animals. I’ve seen Charlize several times in advertisements for Dior perfume. I think the name of the perfume is called j’adore Dior or something. Doesn’t matter, because you won’t be buying it, right?

10. Katie Holmes   Company—Olay

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Hmmm, who owns Olay? Let me think… OH yes… Proctor & Gamble! Those bastards. They conduct so much animal testing. They also own a fleet of other products such as Charmin (toilet tissue), Oral B, Gillette, Cascade, Bounty, NyQuil, and Pantene. It’s sad because nearly every household in America uses these products. PEOPLE! We do not need to be seduced by what we see on the TV and in magazines. THINK just a little more. Lives of precious animals depend on it. And as for Katie Holmes… well, I just saw her on an Olay commercial recently, so she obvs isn’t getting it. Someone cue our girl in, k? In the meantime, she’ll be on my list of celebrities supporting animal testing.

11. Nicki Minaj   Company—MAC

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Does she look a little like an alien in this picture or what? Or does she always look like that? Anyway, I saw her and Ricky Martin in an advertisement for MAC cosmetics. So they’re both celebrities supporting animal testing. Do we know who owns MAC? Estee Lauder of course! And Estee, whoever the frick she is, tests on animals. So just don’t buy them. Plus, they’re expensive. Save your money and try some other brands, like OCC or Lime Crime. Sound good?

12. Ricky Martin   Company—MAC

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Yeah, he was in the advertisement with Nicki Minaj. It was a little weird. It was also from a few years ago. Let’s hope they wised up by now and decided that torturing bunnies wasn’t cool or ethical and stopped being celebrities supporting animal testing. But, hey—maybe coolness matters more than ethics nowadays. But, I’ll always advocate for the fact that torturing animals needlessly with shitty cosmetics is just not cool.

13. Christina Hendricks   Company—Clairol

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I actually wasn’t sure who this was but I knew it was a celebrity because I saw her on a commercial with her name. Turns out she’s one of the actresses on the show Mad Men. She was on a commercial for Nice n’ Easy, the Clairol brand of some sort of hair dye product? Hm? Well, they test on animals. Because that company is owned by Proctor & Gamble. Argh! So now she’s on my list of celebrities supporting animal testing.

If you’re going to dye your hair, don’t use crappy chemicals. There are plenty of other natural alternatives like henna and different teas you can use. Do you really want to go bald?

14. Cate Blanchett   Company—Armani

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I love Cate Blanchett. Mostly I love her because I’m obsessed with the first part of Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring when she talks about the earth and the water changing. I love it! It sucks that I saw her on an advertisement for Armani this summer while out shopping 🙁 So now she’s among the celebrities supporting animal testing. Unfortunately, Giorgio Armani tests on animals. That bastard.

15. Kate Winslet   Company—Lancome

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I love Kate Winslet also. I love The Reader, both in its original German text and in English, and the film. She’s been in some other really great films. Anyway, WHY exactly does she need to model for Lancome?? She sadly has joined the celebrities supporting animal testing.

16. Jordin Sparks   Company—Excedrin

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Saw her on a commercial for Excedrin, an over-the-counter medication used to relieve migraines. Um, really? Did you get checked out by a dentist? Because you know teeth grinding (which most grinders are blissfully unaware that they do) can cause migraines. So can gluten. And aspartame. Do you know these things, Jordin Sparks? Do you also know that Excedrin tests on animals? boo! Welcome to my list of celebrities supporting animal testing.

17. Kristen Bell   Company—Neutrogena

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Neutrogena tests on animals. Also, if I may say so, their products are pretty crappy. You shouldn’t be using that stuff on your face. The cheaper it is, the more likely it is to suck. And Neutrogena sucks because it tests on animals! It will also probably ruin your face. Kristen Bell, I love your hubby, but you’re going to have to chill here on my list of celebrities supporting animal testing.

18. Adriana Lima   Company—Maybelline

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I was SO sad to see Adriana in an advertisement for Maybelline. Which is why she ended up on my list of celebrities supporting animal testing. REALLY? This girl is so hot. She does not need makeup or lingerie to be hot, although she’s been a Victoria’s Secret model for a long time. She’s also one of their heaviest models, representing real women everywhere! So why is she modeling for a company that tortures animals? Someone help me understand. I just don’t get it!

19. Tina Fey   Company—Garnier

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Mean Girls, anyone? Nothing gets meaner than killing animals for crappy beauty products. Come on…

20. Kate Walsh   Company—Garnier

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I didn’t know who this was either (for someone who bashes celebrities, I’m a little out of the loop). I guess she is on Grey’s Anatomy, a popular TV show in the States. Anyway, she was also in an advertisement for Garnier, a company that, in case you didn’t know, tests on animals.

21. Natasha Poly   Company—L’Oreal

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I had no idea who this was. Turns out she’s a Polish model. She was in a L’Oreal advertisement. They snag so many celebrities supporting animal testing. They also test on animals!!!

That’s it for today. Please do your part and notify these celebrities of the wrong they are doing. Or, just stop buying products from these companies. We can make a difference! Always look for a “no animal testing” label before you buy. If you don’t see a label, a simple internet search will tell you all you need to know.

You can and should be skeptical of what you put into your body/use on your body. And be aware of how you affect other life forms! When you buy these products, you are taking part in the torture, inhumane treatment, and murder of thousands and thousands of animals who suffered to make that product pass a few tests so it could get into your shopping bag. Say no!

A note on the photos: All of these photos were sourced from free legal media sources.

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