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Heather Mills To Host Her Own Vegan Cooking Show?

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My father’s a die hard Beatles fan and I’m a die hard vegan fan, so this whole Mccartney/Mills battle of 2008 has ruffled quite a few branches in the old family tree. However, it looks like the vegan just scored one more!

Rumor has it that vegan superstar, Heather Mills, has been approached to host her own cooking show. Apparently, Heather has told friends that she cannot wait to share the details of her vegan lifestyle with viewers and that she also hopes the show will help to improve the public’s perception of her.

A source recently told the Sunday Mirror that, “Heather thinks a cooking show will give her a caring, sexy image like Nigella [Lawson].” And that, “She is passionate about being a vegan and loves being in the limelight… she is determined to be a big star.”

The good news is that getting veganism out in the public is always groovy. The bad news is that tomatoes are also vegan, and that is just what I’m afraid the audience might throw at her if she isn’t careful enough with her live studio audience screening process. So tread lightly Heather and try not to get fried (get it…fried)!

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