Kesha uses bunnies to promote cruelty-free cosmetics in Humane Society PSA: Watch
Kesha seems to be less worried about her dental hygiene -- she brushes her teeth "with a bottle of Jack," remember -- and more worried about what she puts on her face. The pop singer stars in the Humane Society of the United States' new PSA to #BeCrueltyFree.
This PSA shows Kesha getting ready for a night out on the town using makeup products that are animal-friendly. Each of the cosmetics is free of animal testing, something the singer supported for many years. As cute bunnies surround her bathroom, Kesha leaves us with a message on her mirror written in lipstick to #BeCrueltyFree.
The House of Representatives recently introduced the Humane Cosmetics Act legislation to phase out existing animal-tested products and ban the sale of all newly animal-tested cosmetics. Over 30 countries have outdated animal testing and opted for non-animal alternatives.
"Once I was educated about the hidden cruelties that lurk behind some cosmetic products companies, I knew I had to take action and do everything in my power to end this inhumane practice of testing our cosmetics on animals," Kesha said in a press release. "Around the globe tens of thousands of animals are killed in unnecessary tests for beauty products. But even now it's easy to avoid buying cosmetics tested on animals by only buying cruelty free products."
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