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28 Celebrities That Are Vegetarian or Vegan

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28 Celebrities That Are Vegetarian or Vegan

Watch PETA's (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) exclusive “veggie testimonials” and find out what your favorite stars have to say about the benefits of a meat-free lifestyle.

Why did this extraordinary group of talented individuals make the choice?

1. Paul McCartney

Posing in PETA’s “Eat No Animal” shirt, Paul McCartney describes the first time it hit him that animals value their lives just as much as humans do.

2. Alicia Silverstone

Sexy Hollywood star Alicia Silverstone bares all in PETA’s first-ever naked veggie testimonial.

3. Casey Affleck

Casey Affleck takes aim at the meat industry by exposing its shameful abuse of animals in his vegetarian testimonial.

4. Georges Laraque

NHL star Georges Laraque may be one of the most feared enforcers in the league, but he has a huge soft spot for animals―and he is vegan!

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