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PETA Announces Sexiest Vegetarians Of 2008

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If you ask me being a vegetarian in itself is pretty damn sexy, but each year the folks over at PETA hold a friendly little competition to find out who is the very, very sexiest vegetarian of them all. In the past, winners have included Kevin Eubanks, Carrie Underwood, Prince, Kristen Bell and many others. Well the votes have been tallied (the Florida votes were counted twice) and the winners this year are…

Drum roll please…


It just so happens that both of the winners are from the music industry and both are dedicated vegans. Kiedis recently went vegan after learning about the worldwide depletion of fish and after a doctor recommended a healthy vegan diet for his son. “Soon after I [went vegan] I saw some documentary footage of what happens in the factory farming of cows …. It sealed the deal.”

Leona is equally passionate about her beliefs and says:  “I am vegetarian so I don’t have clothes, shoes or bags made from leather or suede or any animal products. … I’m on a mission.”  A hot vegetarian on a mission…is there ANYTHING sexier than that?

So Leona and Anthony — from us to you, a big Ecorazzi congrats for being voted the sexiest vegetarians of 2008. If YOU have the hankering for a little veggie action in your life visit goveg.com and Pledge Veg for 30 days! Just think, maybe one day YOU can be the sexiest vegetarian alive…you’ll just have to beat me first!

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