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Pamela Anderson And The Hot Dog Conspiracy

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Sometimes, while walking down the street enjoying some scrumptious vegan soft serve, I wonder if people might get the wrong idea and think, “Damn, that boy loves him some dairy.” So I can only imagine all the confusion celebrities go through when dealing with the paparazzi.

Last week, photos were taken of long-time vegetarian, Pamela Anderson, gobbling down a big old “hot dog” (there’s a joke in there somewhere) at her son Brandon’s baseball game in Malibu, California.

Of course the media was quick to use those pictures as proof that Pam had given up her veggie ways, but Anderston told PlanetGossip.eonline.com, “It’s like Hotdoggate… Clearly, it’s a veggie dog (in the pictures). They’ve been serving veggie dogs and veggie burgers at my kids’ baseball games for years now.”

In the past Ecorazzi has reported on Pamela’s involvement with PETA and her desire to help stop the seal hunt in Canada, so basically I don’t really see Pam going back to meat anytime soon. 

To find out more about your favorite veggie celebs visit FamousVeggie.com.

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