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recently grabbed Telly
Awards for our raucous "Boyfriend
Went Vegan and Knocked the Bottom out of Me" cautionary tale, narrated by Kevin Nealon, and Elisabetta Canalis' edgy public service
announcement about leaving dogs in hot cars.
though IndyCar driver
Simon Pagenaud has a hot car and a dog, he won't be mixing the
two. He is fostering Hufflepuff, a dog from an Indianapolis animal shelter who
is looking for a home. And the pup likely won't be Pagenaud's last—he says that
he intends to continue fostering for the shelter. PETA sent the pair some congratulatory
toys and treats.
of treats, joining model Jourdan
Dunn on a recent segment of
her popular Internet cooking series, Well
Dunn, was fellow model Karlie
Kloss. Together, they whipped up a delectable-looking veggie
curry and Karlie's famous vegan cookies (she sells them to raise money for
hungry? Some lucky person will get to dine on Jared Leto's favorite vegan pancakes after catching some z's
in the vegan Thirty Seconds to Mars frontman's bed. The band is hosting a
contest called "The
Sleepover," in which fans can win a
trip to see the "lab" where the guys create their music, and one fan
will even get to cuddle up under Leto's comforter and break some cruelty-free
other music news, Paul
McCartney kicks off the North
American leg of his "Out
There" tour on Saturday in Orlando,
Florida, complete with a PETA information table and animal-friendly concert
Paul, Constance Marie
loves to be
animal-friendly in everything that she does. So of course, she's raising her daughter, Luna, to be a healthy
vegetarian and an animal advocate,
just like Mom.
Constance, and oodles of other celebrities have been keeping their fans up to
date on all their animal-friendly fabulousness on Twitter:
Twitterverse is also abuzz with the news that Arrested
will be back on May 26 on Netflix. To
tide us over, here's some David
keep up with what all your favorite stars are doing for animals, follow @PETA on Twitter.
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Arrested Development is coming back! Squeals of joy reportedly reverberated through the Twitterverse when the show's creator, Mitch Hurwitz, announced that the series will return for a limited run, followed by a movie. We can't wait to see more of the lovely and compassionate Portia de Rossi and fuzzy funnyman David Cross.
And while we're talking man candy, check out what vegetarian UFC fighter Jon Fitch had to say about milk: “Milk and dairy is poison. It’s poison. There’s nothing good about it for you to put it in your body.” For Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker, it was the plane crash that nearly took his life that made him want to adopt a healthy vegan diet. He told Rolling Stone: "I've been vegan since I got out of the hospital. It's another eye-opener."
The ladies aren't lagging behind in grabbing cruelty-free fare: Scarlett Johansson is into baking vegan breads, cakes, and muffins, and the WNBA's Taj McWilliams-Franklin said that dumping meat has helped her keep her weight down, recover from injuries faster, feel better, and have more energy.
It's Kathy Griffin's rescued dogs who make her feel like a million bucks barks. She told OK! magazine, "They offer unconditional love, and that's all they ask for in return."
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Sex sells, but if you think it's only ladies who bare all to bring attention to the plight of animals—think again. Feast your eyes on some of the sexy male celebrities who've spiced up PETA's campaigns by stripping, and then name your favorite in the comments section below.
Grab some ice water, because it's about to get very hot.
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