Pink will feature on a 90-ft billboard in New York's Times Square PETA

Pop star Pink is preparing to stop traffic by showcasing her birthday suit on a 90-foot billboard in New York's Times Square.

The Family Portrait hitmaker has posed nude to promote Peta's latest Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur campaign.

For the revealing black-and-white image, which will be will be unveiled at the iconic Manhattan landmark on Wednesday evening (11 February), the mother-of-one is seated and hugs her knees to preserve her modesty. Her collection of tattoos are on full display.

"Be comfortable in your own skin and let animals keep theirs," the tagline reads.

In the behind-the-scenes interview for the shoot, the 35-year-old singer admitted she regretted being a former fur wearer after learning the horrors that animals go through in the name of fashion. The feisty star, known for always speaking her mind, now hopes to use her celebrity status to raise awareness.

''I would like to say I've always been fur-free. Unfortunately, I went through a selfish phase and wore fur on a couple of occasions. But I wised up and now boycott fur completely," she said. "I wish everyone was forced to learn the horrors that these animals go through for fashion trends.

Never one to mince her word, she added: "I hope fur wearers get bitten in the ass by the same kind of animal they wear on their back.''

Pink follows in the footsteps of talk show host Wendy Williams, actress Eva Mendes, singer Alexandra Burke and reality TV star Lucy Watson, who have also teamed up with Peta to protest against wearing fur.

Although this is The Give Me One Good Reason singer's first time of lending her voice to the anti-fur campaign, she has flown the flag for Peta on numerous occasions. Pink previously joined forces with the organisation to protest against fast food giant KFC's alleged cruelty to chickens and also featured in a CGI video for Peta UK targeting animal skins alongside Ricky Gervais.