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News from out west just blew in about an awesome new series celebrating one of our very favorite things: charities and the celebrities who are obsessed with them!

The show is called Breaking Bread and is a 12-episode series of privately hosted dinner parties where celebrities get a chance to talk about their favorite cause.  The latest one touched on an issue that just so happens to be pretty near and dear to my heart: veganism! 

The dinner was hosted by GirlieGirlArmy general Chloé Jo Berman and featured Meredith Salenger, Corey and Susie Feldman, Persia White, John Joseph, Mickey Madden, Emily Deschanel, Marilu Henner, Mariel Hemingway, Gene Baur, Victoria Moran, Rory Freedman and Laban Pheidias. 

Sounds like a hell of a party, right?

No word yet and when the show will air, but you better believe we’re gonna promote the eff out of it when we get the details. So sit tight, keep munching on those tofu and veggies and stay tuned!

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  • Kylo

    Awesome! I love these people…except Mariel is currently on my s***list for abandoning veganism recently. Oh well… I’m looking forward to a show highlighting important causes rather than tv programs showcasing pseudo-celebrities in jungles.

  • Sammy P.

    Um, is it me or are these people are hardly celebrities. And to be honest, it seems like this is less about the causes, than it is about them actually becoming more of a celebrity.

  • Rob

    Anyone know anything about a vegan sitcom that Rory Freedman mentioned once?

  • Get Technical

    Sammy P. Um, Emily Deschanel, Fox TV’s Bones’ superstar isn’t a celebrity?

    Persia White and Girlfriends?

    Rory Freedman’s Skinny Bitch books have sold millions.

    Oh, I see. These celebrities don’t get out of cars without panties so you don’t follow them.

    That’s your business.

    I think it will be a great show, with a great cause and can’t wait to watch it.

  • Michael Parrish DuDell

    I think they’re all celebs within their own right. I don’t really care if they’re huge blockbuster names. Really what I care about is that they’re a group of thoughtful people who have a solid fan base that are really exciting about speaking up for something they’re pretty passionate about. Globally recognized or not, I think that’s admirable and am pleased to showcase their triumphs!

  • Erin Raw Foods

    @GT… lol ;)

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