PETA wants the mega-star to show the love to animals in her choices.
Thursday, February 7
Iguana skin? Really? Beyonce is making headlines for her Super Bowl 2013 performance, this time for her choice of clothing. The Huffington Post reports People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is calling out the singer, who wore a black, leather ensemble constructed with strips of iguana and python skins and cowhide. PETA has suggested Beyonce start emulating other celebrities who make animal-friendly choices. Click here to view photos of the outfit that's drawing fire from PETA. How do you feel about Beyonce's choice of attire for such a publicized event? Poor animals or that's what they're for? What about PETA? What are your thoughts on the animal rights organization? Tell us in comments. Subscribe to the Athens Patch …
Before Super Bowl XLVII you can see Puppy Bowl IX.
Take 63 puppies playing faux football and add nine hedgehog cheerleaders in tutus and 21 kittens performing during a halftime show and you've got what might be an overload of cuteness — it's Puppy Bowl IX! Animal Planet's Puppy Bowl IX will air from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday. The Los Angeles Times sums up the premise: During the low-key football game, the puppies are placed on a 3-by-6 yard field with a bunch of plush chew toys shaped like footballs, ducks and sausages and are left alone to play. Eventually a puppy will manage to drag a chew toy into an end zone and the referee, Dan Schachner, will declare a touchdown has been scored. And don't forget the half-dozen hamster reporters that fly above the puppy stadium in a blimp! According to …