Katherine Heigl - Katherine Heigl Poses Nude For 'I Hate Balls' Campaign

0
5
Subscribe to Katherine Heigl alerts

Katherine Heigl has stripped down in a bizarre photo-shoot for IHateBalls.com, a new website promoting the practise of snipping animal testicles. The Hollywood star is lending her celebrity status to the campaign, which seeks to fix the "pet overpopulation crisis" by selling t-shirts and underwear.
In a video message for IHateBalls, which has partned with FunnyorDie.com, Katherine reveals her reasons for signing up, saying, "I'm movie star and Maxim 100 member Katherine Heigl. I work with the Jason Debus Heigl foundation and a lot of people come up to me and say, 'Katherine, you promote neutering so much, you must really love animals.' But the real reason I want you to neuter your pets. I hate balls". In a photo shoot for the campaign, the Knocked Up star is photographed topless, holding on to a cuddly puppy. The real reason for her promotion of I Hate Balls has to do with the Jason Debus Heigl Foundation, named after her late brother, which seeks to eliminate the needless suffering inflicted on animals by human cruelty, indifference and ignorance, according to US Weekly magazine.
Fans are being encouraged to donate $5 to the foundation, or to buy some of the underwear modelled by Heigl in the campaign. The Hollywood actress will next star in the 2012 action-comedy 'One for the Money', with Jason O'MARA.


Contactmusic

Tags: Katherine Heigl

0
5
Subscribe to Katherine Heigl alerts
Advertisement

More Katherine Heigl

Katherine Heigl Fianlly Blasts Reputation Of Being Rude And Unprofessional: "I'm Not An Unkind Or Mean Person"

Katherine Heigl has just had about enough of her reputation as being "rude" and difficult to work with. The 35-year-old actress is now ready to...

Katherine Heigl Wishes She "Could Do Something To Change" Feud With Shonda Rhimes

Like most Hollywood stars, Katherine Heigl is faced with her fair share of criticism, and this isn't helped by her reputation of being hard to...

Katherine Heigl Admits She's "Made Mistakes" Amidst Claims Of Being "Rude"

Like most Hollywood stars, Katherine Heigl is faced with her fair share of criticism, and this isn't helped by her reputation of being hard to...

Katherine Heigl's Charitable Foundation Profits From Dropped Duane Reade Lawsuit

Katherine Heigl has dropped her lawsuit against drug store giant Duane Reade. The suit was filed in April but Heigl dropped the suit on Wednesday...

Advertisement

Katherine Heigl Forced To Address Rumors That She Is "Difficult" To Work With

In a very awkward moment, Katherine Heigl was forced to address speculation that she is a difficult actress to work with.The 35 year-old actress previously...

The Death Of The Comedy Block: NBC Announces Fall Prime Time Schedule

NBC just unveiled it’s fall TV schedule, announcing a big change. The network is scaling back its long-running Thursday comedy. Instead, the network is putting...

'Constantine', 'Gotham', 'Agent Carter', Our Picks From Next Season's Line-Up

It’s that time of the year again, when the networks choose which shows will make up our viewing schedules for the foreseeable future. This year...

Katherine Heigl Returning To Television, But Why Does She Have One Of Hollywood's Worst Reputations?

Katherine Heigl is returning to the small screen, as NBC has announced it is picking up her new drama, ‘State of Affairs’ for a full...

Advertisement

Comments

Robert Kildare's picture

Robert Kildare

Double standard here. They would never get away with an I hate ovaries campaign. Heigl's remarks are too vulgar to be made in public. No class at all. BTW, Kate, you wouldn't be here if there were no testicles. And did you hate your brother's testicles?
Import Source: 
comments.nsf
Import Date: 
1326374865

3 years 2 weeks ago
Report
View Comments

mt100's picture

mt100

The "I hate balls" campaign is to try to promote neutering of pets! It has nothing to do with people. Something that the title does not include.
Import Source: 
comments.nsf
Import Date: 
1326374867

3 years 2 weeks ago
Report
View Comments

R.Howard's picture

R.Howard

Heigl's program is laudable, but statistically it will not be very effective. Over 1,000,000 pets are on the loose each year, about 50% dogs and 50% cats. Cats are in great numbers because just a few cats can multiple to large numbers very quickly. But for dogs it's different. Dog breeds came into being when over 90% of America and Europe lived in rural areas. Now population sites have reversed. That is, dogs were never meant to be so pent up. They are descendants of wolves, as you probably well know. Most breeds worked or hunted outside. Even most cute lap dogs were actually hunters of smaller animals around the farm (rats, mice). Today, as you might guess, huge chains of nationwide pet stores market these outdoor creatures to our suburban homebody nation. The result is that sooner or later, dogs will bolt when pent up all day, no matter what the pet store guys say. Neutering is way too expensive to save 500,000 dogs per year. You have to go after the misrepresentations being foisted at the cash register, and at the farm size kennels that breed them. That is to say, don't buy a dog that is inappropriate for your living space, and for the amount of free time you can share with the dog. Thanks
Import Source: 
comments.nsf
Import Date: 
1326374867

3 years 2 weeks ago
Report
View Comments

pfb's picture

pfb

I believe the I Hate Balls video and website are deeply offensive to men. The video hardly mentions pets, but certainly emphasizes castrating men. I cannot believe that any man who has lost one or both of his testicles to prostate or testicular cancer would find this anything but totally despicable. No doubt there are many who think this is hilarious, particularly women, who for reasons Ii do not get love to make men feel uncomfortable about their bodies. Yet I also know there are women and men who find this extremely distasteful, in which case, the cause for neutering will not benefit.
Import Source: 
comments.nsf
Import Date: 
1326374868

3 years 2 weeks ago
Report
View Comments

Katherine Heigl Newsletter

Subscribe to this news alert service to receive news and reviews on Katherine Heigl

Unsubscribe | Unsubscribe All