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The Green Quote: Leona Lewis Tweets Outrage Over Foie Gras At Brit Awards

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leona_lewis“I was outraged 2 hear that the Brit Awards were planning 2 serve foie-gras at the ceremony. They hav now removed it from the menu,well done!”

“In case u didn’t no, Foie-gras is duck that is forced fed in a sickening cruel process and is banned in the uk.”

“The BRITS menu sadly won’t b ‘cruelty free’ however it is still a major victory & they are taking an ethical stance! Well done and thank u”

– Singer Leona Lewis tweeting her disappointment over the Brit Awards’ decision to serve foie gras. Luckily, whoever was planning the meal quickly removed it from the menu. Best idea all day!  We think Leona is pretty rad for speaking up and educating her followers about the cruel foie gras industry. Keep up the great work, L!

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