Open Post: Hosted By A Naked Helena Bonham Carter Hugging A Giant Tuna For Charity

February 11, 2015 / Posted by:

A dead fish and a sleeping human… You’d think this was another still from Fifty Shades of Grey.

Just like Gillian Anderson’s eel bra-wearing ass, Helena Bonham Carter took off her clothes and pressed her bits up against a giant tuna to raise awareness for overfishing. The charity Fishlove campaigns for “marine reserves to protect endangered species around the world.” One of the ways Fishlove raises awareness is the PETA way. They get famous chicks to get naked with fish. Most of us probably wouldn’t have even heard of Fishlove if it wasn’t for gross ass pictures, so mission accomplished, I guess?

HBC’s friend, actress Greta Scacchi, asked her to do it and she did it even though she’s fish phobic:

“I am a big supporter of protecting the marine environment. I’m actually very phobic about fish so when Greta asked me to be photographed naked with a 27kg tuna I was more worried about touching it than getting my kit off. Having said that, I conquered my fears and by the end of the morning we’d truly bonded. He will be my Valentine.”

Goopy Paltrow is probably looking at that picture and thinking to herself, “Pfft! Exfoliating your pussy lips with the scales of a 27kg tuna is so 2011!” HBC doesn’t fool me, though. I doubt this is the first time she’s ever fake breastfeed a giant tuna while naked. That’s probably a regular Wednesday night for her. She’s HBC.

And here’s another picture in the series that Brandi Glanville would title: An Artistic Interpretation Of Joanna Krupa’s Vagina.


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