Written by Michelle Kretzer
isn't a chick alive who doesn't love Ryan Gosling, from the ones he woos
in theaters (guilty) to the ones
he helps on factory farms. He was spotted saving the
latter recently by eating
vegan at Los Angeles' Flore Vegan Cuisine.
animals aren't normally allowed to go to concert venues, Jay Sean invited them into his
living room. The rapper performed an online Stageit show from his home and
donated all the proceeds to PETA's
"Angels for Animals" program, which provides neglected,
chained dogs with doghouses, toys, and lightweight tie-outs.
a slightly larger screen, Bones is set to air another animal
rights–themed show. Vegan star Emily Deschanel says she loves hearing
from fans that the Bones episode on chicken farming made them stop eating
chickens, and now the Fox thriller is tackling the exotic-animal smuggling trade.
Fran Drescher is hopping on the vegan
train as well, telling RadarOnline about some of her delicious recipes: "Lately,
I have been eating vegan and gluten-free, so I have been making delicious kale
soup and gluten-free pasta with sautéed arugula, garlic, olive oil and pesto. I
also like my recipe for white bean hummus, as well as a good simple field and
micro green salad with my special house dressing of olive oil, lemon, Dijon
mustard and salt and pepper. I like to add raw veggies to it, like peas, corn,
carrots, and zucchini."
James Cameron is growing vegan. The director just purchased 2,500 acres of rural land
in New Zealand, and part of his property includes a former dairy farm. The
government is requiring Cameron to continue to farm on part of the land, and the
director, who grabbed a PETA Proggy Award for Avatar, said that since he and his family are striving for a more plant-based diet, they will likely grow crops.
is no stranger to awards, and neither is our friend Kate del Castillo, who snapped up several
of Telemundo's nominations for its inaugural Premios Tu Mundo Awards.
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Other celebs were busy
representing animals in the Twitterverse this week:
keep up with what all your favorite stars are doing for animals, follow @PETA on Twitter.
superstar Kate del
Castillo, named one of the “25 most influential women” by People en Español, is just as fierce
off-screen protecting animals as she is on-screen in her Telemundo hit La Reina del Sur and in the upcoming
thriller No Good Deed. Yesterday, she
urged all guardians to be their animals' biggest defender when she unveiled her
new PETA ad, which reads, in Spanish, "Fiercely Protect Your Animals."
As Spanish and English-speaking media swarmed
around, the upbeat crowd got their own miniature versions of Kate's ad to take
home, complete with dog-care tips on the back, including advice to spay and neuter and never leave animals to fend
And since May 10 is Mother's Day in
Mexico, as well as the adoptiversary of Kate's rescued dog, Lola, it was the perfect day for Kate and Lola to
celebrate their relationship by fostering other mother-dogter bonds.
to win an autographed copy of Kate's ad!
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