The horrific tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut has left many of us mourning for the victims and their families. It has also sparked a national conversation about what can be done to prevent future attacks. In a new PSA, dozens of celebs have united to do demand a plan to end gun violence.
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Election day is finally here and Cher and Kathy Griffin are hoping that their last minute anti-Romney PSA can sway some votes.
Chances are that if you’ve seen the hilarious Lamorne Morris play Winston on the equally funny Fox hit comedy “New Girl,” then you’re not surprised to hear of his love of boobies.
Jenny Craig spokeswoman Mariah Carey is committed to helping others change their lives for the better, and in this PSA for the American Heart Association, she implores viewers to help decrease their chances for heart attack and stroke.
“The first time I spoke with the executives at Jenny… we really clicked in terms of the fact that they had a vision beyond weight loss,” said Carey in a statement. “Jenny has a broader vision, particularly with the American Heart Association. There’s something to be said for the fact that they’re thinking globally and starting of thinking here in America where our issues are finally coming to the forefront.”
Check out Carey’s PSA below:
Darren Aronofsky, who’s directed films like “Requiem for a Dream” and “Black Swan,” has been tapped to create a series of anti-meth PSAs for The Meth Project. If the first two videos are any indication of what’s to come, the campaign is guaranteed to raise awareness.
The first video shows an older sister who promises to just try meth once, and we watch her devolve into an addict who then enables her younger sister to follow suit. The second depicts a group of worried friends dropping off a meth user at the hospital before speeding off. Both are graphic, hard-hitting and quite disturbing.
The Meth Project was funded by a grant from the Thomas and Stacey Siebel Foundation, according to Bitten and Bound. Do you think Darren Aronofsky’s PSAs will help fight meth addiction?