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George Clooney's ex unveils PETA ad

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Life after George Clooney is no bad thing for Elisabetta Canalis, who has just unveiled a seductive new campaign for animal rights group PETA.

The Italian actress debuted her revealing ad in a square in Milan.

It features a nude black and white shot of the star, with the famed PETA slogan "I' d Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur."

Elisabetta recently competed on US TV reality show recently Dancing With the Stars, finishing in 11th place.

She dated George Clooney for two years, but the pair broke up in June this year.

The 33-year-old later admitted that her chemistry with the Hollywood pin-up revolved around "more of a father-daughter relationship," with him being "one of the best people I have met from a charitable point of view."

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