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Miley Cyrus, Breakout Vegan?

Written by Michelle Kretzer | November 9, 2012

Miley Cyrus might be ditching dairy products, and we’re nodding our heads like “Yeah!”

It all started when Mileybird tweeted, ”Worst tummy ache ever. No more lactose for me.” We quickly responded to tell Miley that she wasn’t alone and that she should be proud to be dairy-free. We included a link to information on delicious dairy-free milks and a link to one of our undercover investigations of a dairy farm, and Miley responded, “[O]h my god those photos make me feel even more sick. HAS GOT TO STOP!” Then she retweeted our action alert asking Walmart to ban its suppliers from cruelly confining pigs to gestation crates. If Miley wants help planning a vegan wedding, her friends here are happy to help …

It looks like there’s a vegan baby shower in Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard‘s future. The cruelty-free couple is expecting their first child, and PETA sent Kristen what might be her first gift: a copy of  Skinny Bitch: Bun in the Oven

There might be a new baby in Kristen Stewart‘s future as well. She and boyfriend Robert Pattinson are reportedly thinking about rescuing another dog

Rescued dogs are always the rage on Twitter, like Krysten Ritter‘s little guy, Mikey.

And it’s a battle of the accents for our favorite gal this week:

French beauty Marion Cotillard and SeaWorld are never, ever, ever getting back together. The actor plays a marine park trainer in the controversial new film Rust and Bone, and she says that seeing marine mammals in captivity made her believe that they deserve better. “I’d rather see whales in their own environment and not in a swimming pool,” she said. “I will never go back to a SeaWorld.”

Irish-bred Hollywood legend Anjelica Huston told O Magazine that she enjoys working with PETA because “I think we have to pay more attention to how we treat animals: the great apes trained for our entertainment, carriage horses left outside in intense heat and cold, polar bears confined in zoos. Animals can’t talk, so it’s up to us to speak for them.”

Aussie actor and vegetarian Sophie Monk is designing a diamond jewelry collection and plans to donate 10 percent of the proceeds to help PETA save animals. 

And everyone’s favorite animal-friendly designer, Stella McCartney, is the Brits’ favorite designer, too: She was named British Designer of the Year, proving that compassion is always in fashion and never has to include skins stolen from animals. 

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