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Get ready to break out the tissues, because British pop singer Leona Lewis and award-winning songwriter Diane Warren have teamed up for the anti-Yulin ballad that will give you all the feels. "(We Are All) Looking for Home" was released over the weekend to supportStop Yulin Forever, an organization co-founded by Lisa Vanderpump and Ken Todd, with all proceeds going to the cause.
Upon its debut, Lisa and Leona headed to Twitter to spread the word about the track and its empowering pro-animal rights message.
The song's release was timed with the Yulin Dog Meat Festival in China, set to take place this week. The event is currently held annually in the Guangxi province of China, during which thousands of dogs are killed for their meat. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills animal rights activist (who also recently started the non-profit The Vanderpump Dog Foundation) has been shedding a light on the event for quite some time, and pledged, over the weekend, that she has more causes up her sleeve once she and her supporters put an end to Yulin.
Go deeper inside Lisa's fight to end dog abuse, below.
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