NEW YORK – Vegetarian and PETA spokeswoman Pamela Anderson slammed Jessica Simpson on an Australian radio show for wearing a "Real Girls Eat Meat" T-shirt.
When asked her opinion on Simpson, who was photographed wearing the shirt in mid-June, Anderson called her a "b-tch" and a "wh-re" and told the hosts of the "Kyle and Jackie O Show" that she was not referring to "actual cows and chickens, but was referring to, you know, men."
Simpson drew a flurry of criticism for wearing the shirt from animal-rights group PETA, which listed the "Top Five Reasons Only Stupid Girls Brag About Eating Meat" on their "PETA Files" blog and released a statement that said "the woman who thought that Buffalo 'wings' came from buffalos would benefit from some good veggie brain food."
Simpson insiders reportedly told OK! magazine that the shirt was a subtle dig at boyfriend Tony Romo's ex Carrie Underwood, who is a vegetarian and has twice been named "World's Sexiest Vegetarian" by PETA.