CBS won’t let Jenna be in PETA ad.

CBS won’t let Jenna be in PETA ad.
CBS will not allow Survivor Amazon winner Jenna Morasca to be in an ad for PETA. Jenna “had agreed to slip into a fake fur bikini … for a PETA print ad. According to a PETA rep, everything was good to go, until CBS execs pulled out the rug at the 11th hour,” E! Online reports. According to a PETA spokesperson, the organization and network negotiated about the content of the ad, until CBS said Jenna wouldn’t be allowed to appear. (The network contractually controls her appearances for a period of time.) Is CBS’ rejection due to PETA’s past criticism and threats of legal action against the show? CBS’ Chris Ender says no: “We harbor no grudge against PETA. In some ways, we’re grateful. They’ve provided us with some of the best publicity we ever had in the first season.”

Survivor San Juan Del Sur's dark cloud is lifted

John Rocker

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Why Dick Donato left Big Brother 13

Dick Donato

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