Nov 30, 2012 04:46 PM EST By Dexter Keyton

Wendy Williams Naked: Nude Photo for PETA Fur Ads (PIC)

Talk show host Wendy Williams went nude for the latest advertisements for PETA.

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Wendy Williams poses nude for PETA for Times Square billboard.
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Another celebrity is baring it all for animal rights.

Wendy Williams is the latest celeb to show off her birthday suit for the new advertisement for "Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur."

The series of ads run by the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has become a popular tool used by the animal rights organization.

The 48-year-old talk show host commented on her revealing photo shoot to PETA saying, "We should all try to be comfortable in our own skin and let the animals keep theirs."

Williams admitted that she has previously worn coats made from minks and foxes, but that she has stopped since adopting the views shared by PETA.

"I don't really think that fur is the mark of success anymore," said Williams, as reported by USA Today. "As a decent person, with compassion, it just seems like the right thing to support."

The photos were revealed in a Time Square advertisement in New York on Wednesday.

Williams wasn't afraid to show any curves while exposing her body saying that "jiggle is sexy."

The talk show is working with PETA at animal shelters in her home state of New Jersey. She plans to tell her viewers to donate their fur coats to the animal rights organization who will in turn give them to the homeless.

Other celebrities who showed off their skin for PETA include Eva Mendes and former "Bay Watch" star Pamela Anderson

Model Joana Krupa, one of the stars of BRAVO's "Real Housewives," also went nude for the "Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur" campaign.

According to the Daily Mail, Krupa commented about her support of the provocative advertisements saying, "There is nothing sexy about wearing something that is so obviously tied to senseless pain and killing."

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