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I caught up with the 30 Rock star last night at the Palladium in Hollywood, where he hosted PETA's star-studded 30th anniversary gala.
Who would you like see in naked in one of PETA's "I'd Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur" ads?
Wow, that's a very personal question. [Laughs]. I don't think I should names—Blake Lively. It's wrong of me to say anyone—Blake Lively.
These younger girls, whether they get naked or not, are the biggest stars, who are the role models...I'm a big fans of hers. I think she's a really really gorgeous woman, very stylish. These are the ones who have all the influence. There are certain people who, I won't name, but they are in and out of rehab, they're getting arrested for drug use and they're twittering about their drug problem—it's a shame.
Any advice for that person you won't name?
I think those people had a real opportunity to fill a certain role in society and they didn't necessarily step up, but those that are I think it's a great thing if they get involved with anti-fur or anti-animal testing. You don't have to get involved in the lifestyle thing like food because you'll never be able to outlaw beef consumption or you're never going to be able to outlaw hunting. You can only suggest.
What did you think of Lady Gaga's meat dress?
I didn't understand it. What was the purpose? Was she pro-meat or against meat. I didn't understand it.
[P.S.: PETA founder Ingrid Kirkwood told me she has written a letter to Lady Gaga to talk about not using meat as fashion, but she says she has yet to hear back from the pop star. Maybe she's too busy chowing down on some jerky.]
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