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Carrie Underwood Keeps Vegetarian Lifestyle To Herself

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Confession: I have three very serious celebrity crushes. And the lucky ladies are (in no particular order):Natalie Portman, Jenna Fischer and Carrie Underwood

Man oh man do I love me some Carrie Underwood! A super-talented country singer who’s not only uber gorgeous, but a long-time vegetarian! I mean do you get any better than that? SERIOUSLY??

In a new interview with CBS, Underwood discusses her family, musical influences and being VEG. She says: 

“I’m a vegetarian and there are some parts of the United States where you do not announce that to the audience. And while the crowd might be kind of playing with me, sometimes if I do let that slip, I do get booed. So it’s something I’m working on-keeping me vegetarianism to myself.”

Come on, don’t keep that to yourself! We need badass celebs like you serving as role-models for all those hopeful young veggies out there! Think about it Carrie. And also…will you marry me?

Check out the whole interview in the video below.

via: vegetarianstar.com

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