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Justin Timberlake’s ‘Veganville’ Skit Gets a T-Shirt

Written by Michelle Kretzer | March 15, 2013

You’ve watched the video of Justin Timberlake’s “Veganville” skit on Saturday Night Live 20 times, posted it on Facebook, and tweeted the link. But do you have the shirt? The Passionate Vegan Personal Chef Service is offering “Bring It on Down to Veganville” shirts for everyone who can’t get enough of the dancing tofu (which is pretty much everyone).

And if you’re looking for some more animal-friendly awesomeness to retweet this week, might we offer a few suggestions?

Twitter founders Evan Williams and Biz Stone are getting in on the vegan action, too. The duo, along with Bill Gates, is offering financial backing to companies that are creating innovative new faux meats and nondairy products

Will The Bachelor‘s Sean Lowe’s bride-to-be, Catherine Giudici, be having her wedding in Veganville? We’re hoping to see the vegan blogger and her beau throw a cruelty-free celebration for their televised nuptials.

And Glen Davis is making vegan magic. Well, more accurately, he’s making the Magic vegan. The Orlando Magic forward made the switch for his health, and PETA sent him a vegetarian/vegan starter kit, a “Glass Walls” DVD, and some cookbooks to get him well on his way to making up his own dance ode to one of his new favorite foods: tofu. 

Chef Tal Ronnen may have us all dancing in the grocery store aisles soon. Not content to rest on his laurels after opening one of L.A.’s hottest new eateries, the all-vegan restaurant Crossroads this weekend, he is now crafting his own line of vegan artisanal cheeses, Kite Hill Cheese

Soon, we can snack on Kite Hill Cheese and crackers while we watch one of our other best buds, Tim Gunn, help the Project Runway designers “make it work.” When Us Weekly interviewed him for its “25 Things You Don’t Know About Me” column, of course Tim worked in a plug for animals: “I love dogs, especially mutts.” 

Tom Hardy loves dogs, too, as evidenced by how he’s bonding with his canine costar on the set of Animal Rescue. Ecorazzi reports that “the film will not only bring up animal abuse issues, but problems surrounding pit bulls in animal shelters.” 

To keep up with what all your favorite stars are doing for animals, follow @PETA on Twitter

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