Written by Michelle Kretzer
Pfeiffer is known for three decades of film and television roles, Oscar nominations and
a Golden Globe, her stunning and ageless beauty, and, now, her cruelty-free diet. She told Dr. Sanjay Gupta on CNN that the evidence pointing to the healthfulness
of a vegan diet is so clear that "I couldn't not listen to it."
Williamson, aka "Miss Maine USA," might not have snagged the tiara at the Miss
USA pageant, but she captured a lot of hearts for promoting vegetarian eating.
Pink's heart belongs to her daughter, Willow Sage, whose first birthday party the
singer celebrated with an adorable three-tier vegan cake shaped like baby blocks.
The book that's veganizing the world, Skinny Bitch, will soon be veganizing the fiction section as well when the new novel Skinny Bitch in Love hits shelves.
Who is likely to be celebrating by
vegetarian Fiona Apple's side when her new album comes out this month? Her rescued pit bull mix, Janet, who
is her constant companion.
Bush added a new rescued pit bull mix to her family, and PETA helped her welcome
little Griffin with toys, treats, and our "Mutts
DiCaprio is jumping in to save fins. The actor helped get a ban on shark-finning passed in California, and now he's set his sights on getting a similar bill
passed in New York.
To keep up with what the stars are doing
for animals, follow @PETA on Twitter.
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In honor of Culinarians Day, we've whipped up a list of some of our favorite vegan celebrity chefs, chefs who cook for celebrities, and cruelty-free restaurants where you might just catch celebrities chowing down. Tasty! Check it out:
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Written by Colleen Twombly-Borst
“Skinny Bitch combines a ‘take no prisoners’ attitude with cogent analysis and scientific proof to make an engaging, wickedly irreverent, and iron-clad case for eating healthfully. If I had it in my power, I’d provide a free copy to every young woman in the developed world; we could then become, instead of the fattest next generation in history, the healthiest.”
Enjoy the new diet, Victoria. And thank you, Rory—you’re amazing.
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