Cambridge's Martha Miller poses for Peta on Britain's Next Top Model
Her poster makes a stand to get wild animals out of circuses.
A Cambridge model featured in an animal rights campaign in the latest episode of Britain’s Next Top Model.
Martha Miller and the 10 other contestants put their skills to the test in provocative new campaigns aimed at exposing the cruelty of the fur industry, animal circuses, and bullfighting. In collaboration with animal charity PETA, the 23-year-old posed as a terrified animal for an advert proclaiming, “Shackled, Beaten, and Depressed – Get Wild Animals Out of Circuses!”
Made in Chelsea star Lucy Watson, who previously worked with PETA, appeared as the episode’s guest judge.
PETA US vice president Dan Mathews, who was at the shoot, said: “When fashion industry leaders speak up, people listen, and now, the world is listening as the women of Britain’s Next Top Model speak out against abusing animals for fur, circuses and bullfights.”
The contestants join a list of celebrities, including Simon Cowell, Tom Hardy, Rylan Clark, Alexandra Burke, Little Mix and many others who have teamed up with PETA.