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Lauren Conrad Attends Animal Fair's Paws For Style

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I’ll be real honest….I HATE THAT DAMN SHOW THE HILLS! The girl I’m kinda seeing thinks it’s absolutely smashing and so I’ve tried, I’ve really tried, to find in it some redeeming qualities, but a bunch of flighty twenty somethings with way more money than I’ll ever see, running around LA in gas-guzzling SUV’s makes me sick to my stomach. But hey, even though I don’t like the show doesn’t mean I can’t support the cast when they do good deeds. And since there’s no way that Heidi’s getting my vote, I guess I’m playing on Team Lauren.

Lauren Conrad made the vegan in me smile when she attended the Animal Fair Media’s 2008 “Paws For Style” at Arena yesterday in New York City. You know, I’d never heard of Animal Fair before researching this event, but apparently each issue is dedicated to highlighting non-profit animal organizations. OK, I’m in!

True, Lauren was probably only there because she’s on the cover of the latest issue, but still it’s always nice to see famous faces at any event that praises the achievements of non-profits…no matter what the reason.  So yes, I’ll say it: I’m now officially on Team Lauren. Sorry Heidi, but you’re just too much for me!

To find out why I think Animal Fair is sexy visit their website and get yourself a subscription! 

via: justjared.com

 

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