Get Ready to ‘Glee’k Out

Published by PETA Staff.
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Dianna Agron

 

Although she plays William McKinley High’s queen of mean on Glee, in real life, Dianna Agron is actually the roommate of Lea Michele, who plays her fictional nemesis. I know, you are relieved. But the good news doesn’t stop there. Not only are the two talented actors actually roommates, it turns out that, like Lea, Dianna’s a vegetarian and a big-time PETA supporter! Considering that Jenna Ushkowitz also loves cruelty-free meals, it looks like this season’s love triangle isn’t the only trifecta on the show.

Now is the perfect time to follow this gleeful trend and say hello to a vegan diet. So how about saying goodbye to meat for a month by pledging to be vegan for 30 days?

 

Written by Amy Skylark Elizabeth

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