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Cattle Country Superstar Named Sexiest Vegetarian

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It’s time for Sooners to celebrate again! No, the home team didn’t win another National Championship, but our favorite native Oklahoman and pop-country superstar Carrie Underwood has been named 2007’s World’s Sexiest Vegetarian Celebrity.

Underwood celebrates her second win as “World’s Sexiest Vegetarian” in the annual People for the Ethical Treatment for Animals poll of the world’s most alluring vegetarian celebrities- she also took the title in 2005.

After beating out Veronica Mars’ Kristen Bell, Joss Stone, Shannon Elizabeth, and other hot veggie-lovers, Underwood said that she “quit eating beef”, around age thirteen. “I do it because I really love animals and it just makes me sad…” she says.

It ain’t easy to go vegetarian in small-town Oklahoma- but this cowgirl knows how to put her booted foot down and stick up for animals. Yeehaw!

On the men’s side of the contest, The Tonight Show’s Kevin Eubanks won the sexy award. You know you can’t win Sexiest Vegetarian as a Tonight Show staffer without getting a little attention from Jay Leno. (Thanks for the tip, Linton!)

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