There's something fishy (and outrageously fleshy!) going on at the moment, as British treasure Judi Dench leads a philanthropic troop of naked stars all committed to bearing their bodies for the good of our environment.
In honor of World Oceans Day (June 8th), Dench joined Harry Potter's Bellatrix Lestrange and Aunt Petunia Dursley in flashing their exposed tackles, armed with only a lobster and some tuna to cover up their modesty
Just look at Mrs. Dursely go!
The scaly and scandalous Fishlove campaign seeks to raise awareness about the damage being done to our open waters - all too often plagued by reckless over-fishing - and hopes to inspire more people to buy their pesci products from sustainable sources.
One thing's for sure - these pictures are sure to raise eyebrows as well as awareness! Check them out:
Helena Bonham-Carter and Her Big-Eye Tuna
The dastardly Death Eater never showed much love for anything, but she's clearly dedicated to sustainability. Who knew!
Keen not to let the younger stars have all the fishy fun, 80-year-old James Bond star Judi Dench said she was drawn to the campaign because she has "always loved the sea." I'd be hard pushed to argue with her, considering how up close and personal she got with the marine life...
Judi Dench and Her Lucky Lobster
Dench told the Sunday Times that she had a particular passion for the tasty crustaceans:
The best part of the shoot was that it is not every day you get to cuddle one. The worst part was that I didn't get to eat it.
On a more serious note, the former head of MI6 expressed her concern for the growing levels of acidity in the oceans, caused by carbon dioxide; a problem that is endangering a huge amount of marine life:
I hope the campaign will achieve awareness of what we are doing to the planet.
Tamla Kari, best known for playing Lucy in The Inbetweeners Movie, also exposed her support (and body), posing topless with a couple of Herrings:
Tamla Kari and Her Limp Herring
Other recognizable faces from the shoot included veteran film star Julie Christie (Doctor Zhivago), author Kathy Lette (The Boy Who Fell to Earth) and - rounding out the trio of Potter stars - Zoe Wanamaker (Madam Hooch).
Julie Christie In an Uncooked Paella
Kathy Lette and Her Smooth Hound-Shark
Zoe Wanamaker and Her Slimy Blonde Ray
According to the charity, their continued efforts have resulted in the creation of marine-life reserve around the Pitcairn Islands in the South Pacific, with more sustainability projects like this to (hopefully) follow.
If you're interested in find out more about these issues, I can recommend this rather disturbing yet incredibly enlightening documentary called The End of the Line.