Dancing With the Stars alum Joanna Krupa seems to have no problems with nudity. The model is gracing the cover of December’s Playboy magazine, and has now posed nude once again for PETA. Joanna led a PETA protest Tuesday afternoon outside Barkworks, a Los Angeles pet store.
At the protest, Krupa also unveiled her racy new ad campaign for PETA. Titled “Be an Angel for Animals,” the campaign features an image of Krupa posing inside a cathedral wearing a pair of angel wings and covered only by a well-placed cross. The campaign supports PETA’s efforts to promote the adoption of homeless animals.
“You know, we’re trying to spread the word that breeding isn’t the way to go,” says Krupa in an exclusive PETA interview. “Somebody needs to put their foot down and stop this breeding and these puppy mills. [T]hey’re in these little tiny cages, and all they’re doing is breeding their whole life. It makes me so angry that our government doesn’t do anything about it. So I am!”
YOU CAN VIEW JOANNA’S CONTROVERSIAL PETA PHOTO HERE.
The reality star, 26, who battled a bad case of the swine flu last month, will be performing live on Tuesday night’s live results show. “I’m so excited but I’m not nervous. I’m not being judged so it’s all for fun. But I remember that feeling last season when I made it to the semifinals. I was so happy I made it, but I also knew how much hard work was ahead,” says Melissa.
In other news, host Samantha Harris, believes viewers are in for an exciting semi final week.“It’s anyone’s game,” says Harris. “The competition has picked up so much momentum in the past two weeks and now it’s come down to the final four and the right final four.”
In the eighth week of Dancing With The Stars, the couples performed two dances. Mya and Dmitry Chaplin earned the first perfect score of the season with their “70′s style Samba”. Both Donny Osmond andAaron Carterwere tied at the bottom with a score of 50.
Mya, who earned the highest score of the night and Joanna Krupa, who is in the 2nd place, both qualified to be in the semifinals. Donny and Kym also secured a spot and will return next week. The first musical performance of the night was by Grammy winner Micheal Buble. As expected, international sensation Susan Boyle gave a great performance.
At the end of the night, Kelly Osbourne was safe while Aaron was eliminated leaving 4 couples. The remaining couples will return next week in the semi-finals.
List of the couples and their scores:
Mya and Dmitry Chaplin: 59
Joanna Krupa and Derek Hough: 52
Kelly Osbourne and Louis van Amstel: 51
Aaron Carter and Karina Smirnoff: 50
Donny Osmond and Kym Johnson: 50
Tell us: With four couples left, who do you think will win?
The seventh week of Dancing With The Stars featured the usual couples dance followed by two group routines. The scores from the Monday’s points were added to viewers’ votes. Yesterday’s competition was another night of double elimination. Derek Hough and Joanna Krupa earned the highest combined score of the night and will return next week.
Mark Ballas andDerekunveiled their band’s new song, “Move” while other performances of the night were from Rod Stewart and Colbie Caillat.
At the end of the results show, Michael Irvin and Mark Dacascos were eliminated leaving 5 couples.
Dancing with the Stars contestant, Joanna Krupa will appear on the cover of playboy for the December issue which hits the stands Nov. 13, according to People. Joanna is no stranger to the pages of playboy as this is her second time stripping for the magazine.
“I can confirm that Joanna Krupa will be featured on the cover of the December issue of Playboy,” a publicist for the magazine confirms to the Daily News. Her December cover, recently unveiled is pictured above.
After being crowned the sexiest swimsuit model in the world, the 30-year old model posed for Hugh Hefner’s infamous publication back in 2005.
In the same issue, talk show host Chelsea Handler will be a doing a holiday guide for the magazine. While Chelsea will be keeping her clothes on, Joanna will be featured in an 8-page nude pictorial shot. .
On Dancing With The Stars, the contestants faced double elimination, with the second elimination being the result of a dance-off. Melissa Joan Hart was the first celebrity to be eliminated while both Michael Irvin and Louie Vito had to duke it out in a dance-off.
At the end of the night, Louie was the second celebrity eliminated leaving Michael was save for yet another week. Taylor Swift and Tiempo Libre gave a great performance during the Tuesday night double elimination show. Two down and seven to go!
The nine remaining contestants on Dancing with the Stars are prepared to face a tough week, as they will be hitting the ballroom floor with three new routines. The three routines will include their typical dance performance, a group dance competition, and a performance of the jitterbug or the waltz.
“It’s been such a tough week because of all the new dances,” model Joanna Krupatells PEOPLE. “It’s definitely nerve-wracking with everything that’s going on.”
“This is going to take a lot of stamina,” says Joanna. “[The mambo] is supposed to last for four minutes so keeping that energy up is one thing and then to be on the dance floor with eight other couples, that’s already stressful. Plus, I don’t want to get that tap!”
Unfortunately for the stars, two couples will be eliminated this week instead of just one. The couple with the lowest score, based on the judges’ scores and fan votes, will be automatically eliminated. The remaining two couples will then do a 40-second dance-off and judges Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli will determine who else goes home.
“It’s all about who can maintain, who can endure, who can take on more than one dance at a time,” says Melissa Joan Hart, who will be performing the waltz with partner Mark Ballas. “It’ll be interesting, definitely a battle.”