Lady Gaga Asked To Pose Nude For PETA Anti-Fur Campaign

Animal-rights group makes the offer after seeing pop star's Kermit outfit.

She's already raised more than a few eyebrows with what she wears, but now [artist id="3061469"]Lady Gaga[/artist] might be raising them with what she isn't wearing (and we're not talking about her refusal to wear pants).

That's because she's been asked to bare it all for an upcoming PETA ad campaign, following in the footsteps of celebs like Eva Mendes, Christy Turlington and Pamela Anderson who have declared they'd "Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur."

According to a spokesperson for PETA, the animal-rights organization approached Gaga about posing for the iconic campaign after she appeared in a rather unique Kermit the Frog outfit last month in Germany. It was a look so out there that it made waves on gossip sites and drove radio host Ryan Seacrest to ask the pop star just she was hoping to accomplish with the getup.

"I really loved [it]," Gaga responded. "Because I thought it was [a] commentary on not wearing fur. I hate fur, and I don't wear fur."

That answer inspired PETA chief Dan Mathews to pitch the idea to Gaga, and according to a spokesperson, they hope to shoot her covering herself up with just a few playing cards, a nod to her hit "Poker Face" (which, incidentally, earned Gaga four of her nine nominations at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards).

PETA's spokesperson told MTV News that they are still waiting to hear back from Gaga about posing for the campaign. At press time, a spokesperson for the singer had not responded to MTV News' request for comment.