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Somebody actually had something bad to say about Beyoncé's Super Bowl performance. No, not Mothers Against Fierce Gyrating in Public, but the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). Apparently those Proenza Schouler leather boots and the Rubin Singer python and iguana leather bodysuit didn't go over so well with the activists. The lace butt doily, however, is probably OK. [Telegraph]