Donna D’Errico bares all for PETA campaign ahead of 56th birthday

Donna D’Errico is taking it all off for PETA ahead of her 56th birthday.

In a new ad campaign, exclusively obtained by Page Six Style, the “Baywatch” alum sheds her clothes, only to be covered by translucent purple banners that read, “Wear your own skin” and “Wear vegan.”

“The reason that I don’t wear any animal products in my wardrobe or shoes or anything like that is just because I don’t want to have animals suffer,” a teary-eyed D’Errico says in an accompanying video.

Donna D’Errico bared all for PETA’s new ad campaign. PETA
She grows emotional talking about animal cruelty in the fashion industry in an accompanying video. PETA

“I could never want to cause cruelty to animals like that. They can’t live without their fur, skin or feathers, but we can.”

D’Errico also tells shoppers that buying cruelty-free is “easy” as there are tons of brands and designers that vow to use vegan materials.

She adds, “Choose vegan. Choose kindness, and wear your own skin.”

“The reason that I don’t wear any animal products in my wardrobe or shoes or anything like that is just because I don’t want to have animals suffer,” the “Baywatch” alum says. PETA
“I could never want to cause cruelty to animals like that. They can’t live without their fur, skin or feathers, but we can.” WireImage

Other celebrities who have flaunted their skin for PETA include Britney Spears’ estranged husband, Sam Asghari, who showed off his 40-pound weight loss in December, and Alicia Silverstone.


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Billie Eilish, who follows a vegan diet, also has showed her dedication to cruelty-free accessories by launching two sustainable Air Jordan sneaker styles.

D’Errico adds, “Choose vegan. Choose kindness, and wear your own skin.” donnaderrico/Instagram
Other celebrities who have posed for PETA include Sam Asghari and Alicia Silverstone. donnaderrico/Instagram

“This is not a popular shoe, and I don’t give a f—k,” she said of the 15s. “Because what you feel about something you love deeply is all that matters in the world.”

Eilish also famously teamed up with Oscar de la Renta for the 2021 Met Gala on the condition that the label stop using fur in its designs.

“You can make cool s–t and you don’t have to be wasteful,” she said.