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Rupert Everett No Longer Vegetarian — Feels Too Weak

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32763Rupert…NOOOOOOOOOO!!!

Just an hour ago I was flipping through channels at the gym and happened upon the Rachel Ray Show. I must have flipped at the right moment because just as I tuned in I heard Rachel turn to Rupert Everett and say something like: “Last time you were here I made you a vegetable curry because you were a vegetarian. But I hear you gave that up.”

To which Rupert replied (again, not directly quoting) “I gave up eating meat because I love cows, but I just felt too weak.” He went on to say that he also just really enjoys meat in general. 

Rachel then agreed and said that her grandfather used to say that eating meat was good for the blood. Um…yikes.

So get out that list and cross off Sir Everett. We’ve lost another one!

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