Baywatch legend Pamela Anderson has offered to go for a pint of Guinness with Taoiseach Enda Kenny, but only if he does a certain something for her.
The long-time PETA campaigner wants him to implement a national ban on the use of animals in circuses.
Anderson has been a PETA ambassador for many years. PETA stands for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
Dublin TD Paul Murphy recently put forward the Prohibition of Wild Animals in Circuses Bill 2017.
Anderson has thrown her support behind the bill in a letter sent to Mr Kenny on behalf of PETA.
She said: “Animals in circuses never benefit from ‘the luck of the Irish.’ Instead, they’re denied everything that is natural and important to them.
“Today, most decent people see animal circuses for what they are: cruelty.
“I truly hope Ireland seizes this opportunity to implement a national ban and joins the ever-growing list of countries that have banished this archaic form of so-called entertainment.
“I would love nothing more than to raise a glass of Guinness (I hear it’s vegan now!) with you when that day arrives.”
Anderson is a long-time animal rights campaigner, and recently appeared on Brendan O’Carroll’s new All Around to Mrs Brown’s chat show alongside fellow PETA supporter Louis Walsh.
Anderson is a former PETA Person of the Year, a title which has also been held by high profile personalities including Bill Clinton, Pope Francis and Ricky Gervais.