Written by Michelle Kretzer
When Amar'e Stoudemire shot his anti-fur ad for PETA, he said, "I wouldn't
want to see anything cruel happen to any animals just for fashion." Now
the New York Knicks' star forward is showing that he doesn't want to see
anything cruel happen to animals just for food, either. Amar'e says his new vegetarian diet is helping him stay
healthy after he had to have a third surgery on his knees.
Amar'e didn't go vegetarian in time to
make Shape's list of the 25 Sexiest Vegan and Vegetarian
Celebrities, but there's always next
year. The mag did give a shout-out to PETA's reigning Sexiest Male Vegetarian
Celebrity, Woody Harrelson, as well as our buds Mickey Madden, Casey Affleck, Russell Brand, Steve-O, and Mac Danzig.
Maybe Chicago's Rahm Emanuel will make Shape's
list next year. "America's Fittest Mayor" is endorsing Rip Esselstyn's vegan Engine 2
And these sexy stars made PETA's list of
our favorite animal tweethearts:
To keep up with what all your favorite
stars are doing for animals, follow
@PETA on Twitter.
Written by PETA
Mila Kunis, who was just nominated for a Golden Globe for her performance opposite vegan all-star Natalie Portman in Black Swan—the new psychological thriller from PETA friend Darren Aronofsky—is receiving praise for her talent and beauty, but we also love her for being outspokenly fur-free!
In a behind-the-scenes report on her cover shoot for Nylon, the magazine notes that "the actress made sure [the coat she wore] was faux fur." They dressed her in a leopard print jacket and it's completely not surprising that she looks great.
Wish good luck to animal lovers Mila, Natalie, and Darren at the Golden Globes!
Written by Jeff Mackey
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