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Oscar-winning actress Kate Winslet is narrating a new video for PETA to try and help stop the production of foie gras.
The Reader star, 34, narrates a new video calling for a ban on the sale of the delicacy and the clip has been sent to department stores across the world, including Fortnum and Mason in London and El Corte Ingles in Madrid.
The video also shows undercover footage of what the ducks and geese have to go through to make the “delicacy of despair” and it is hoped it will persuade bosses to take it off the shelves.
Winslet says: “To produce foie gras, ducks and geese are force-fed enormous amounts of grain and fat, which causes their livers to swell to many times the normal size.”
Watch the video below:
Check out more pics of our astonishing English Rose at the Oscars last night:
And also, watch the red carpet interview and Best Actor presentation videos:
Kate Winslet was a bulldozer for Oscar winner Jeff Bridges. The actress, a winner last year for The Reader, presented Bridges with his Crazy Heart trophy and pulled him backstage, waving aside stagehands and declaring Bridges needed the place “to say other stuff, to thank the people he didn’t thank out there.”
She was referring to the academy’s thank-you cam, an Internet-only camera that records winners’ voluminous lists of names of people who need to be mentioned but were left out onstage. It’s meant to encourage winners to give more heartfelt speeches rather than read a litany of managers, agents, lawyers, friends and family.
“And here,” Winslet said, thrusting the open envelope with his name into his hands, “don’t lose this!”
Clearly, her take-charge attitude came from being a veteran.
â€¢ Award Ceremonies: 82nd Annual Academy Awards
â€¢ TV Appearances: 82nd Annual Academy Awards: TNT’s Red Carpet interview
â€¢ TV Appearances: 82nd Annual Academy Awards: Best Actor Presentation
Kate talks LancÃ´me, late designer Alexander McQueen, the Globes, BAFTAs and Oscars (and the reason why her award is kept in the bathroom), Meryl Streep and Angelina Jolie, her fashion style, The Reader and much more.
â€¢ Interviews: GMTV – February 22, 2010
EDIT: GMTV has just released the extended version of the interview, so please download the video again to watch in its entirety.
Kate stole the evening and made heads turn at the BAFTAs ceremony with a fabulous black Stella MacCartney dress and also wearing Tiffany & Co’s diamond and black jade earrings and a diamond and black onyx bracelet. Just how hot was she?!
Here she is at the red carpet and press room along with fellow British heartthrob Colin Firth, winner of the Best Leading Actor award:
Our English rose was also seen at the awards’ after party held at The Grosvenor House Hotel. She posed with actor Guy Pearce:
â€¢ TV Appearances: 2010 BAFTA Awards: BBC’s Red Carpet Interview
â€¢ TV Appearances: 2010 BAFTA Awards: Showbiz’s Red Carpet Interview
â€¢ TV Appearances: 2010 BAFTA Awards: Best Leading Actor Presentation
Pics of Kate on her way to the 2010 Golden Globes where she presented the Best Actor in a Motion Picture (Drama) category:
Arriving at the LAX Airport on January 16:
At the pre-Golden Globes party hosted by Paramount, with Leo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese on January 16:
At the show and press room with Best Actor winner Jeff Bridges on January 17:
A tired looking Kate Winslet departs LAX Airport after the Golden Globes on January 17:
â€¢ Candids: At Los Angeles airport – January 16
â€¢ Award Ceremonies and Galas: Paramount’s pre-Golden Globes Party
â€¢ Award Ceremonies and Galas: 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards
â€¢ Candids: At Los Angeles airport – January 17
â€¢ TV Appearances: 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards: Best Actor in a Motion Picture (Drama) Presentation