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PETA Announces Sexiest Vegetarian Celebrities Of 2010 Contest

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Has it really been in an entire year since country music star Kellie Pickler and actor Milo Ventimiglia were crowned PETA’s Sexiest Vegetarian Celebrities of 2009? Time sure flies!

Each year, PETA asks their celebrity-obsessed fans to vote on the sexiest vegetarian of the year and the 2010 list has just been published! From their site:

“Fads are a dime a dozen among red-carpet regulars, but there’s one Tinseltown trend that won’t be fading away any time soon: going vegetarian! More and more sexy stars are choosing a plant-based diet. Whether it’s to improve their health, to preserve the environment, or to help stop cruelty to animals on factory farms and in slaughterhouses, these Hollywood hotties prove that going veg has never looked so good.”

2010 hopefuls include stars like: Christian Serratos, Kevin Bacon, Ginnifer Goodwin, Russell Brand, Sarah Silverman and recent vegan Bob Harper.

Want to see what other plant-loving celebrities made the list? Scoot on over to PETA.org and find out more! Happy voting!

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