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Jessica Simpson: From 'Real Girls Eat Meat' To Proud Vegan Tweet

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So it turns out apparently when we weren’t looking hell must have frozen over.

Jessica Simpson — the songstress who once so famously wore that blasted ‘Real Girls Eat Meat’ t-shirt — is tweeting about…are you ready for this?…vegan things! Excuse me? Baking powder?

And there wasn’t just one vegan tweet, there were two. On the popular social media site, Simpson wrote:

“I ate tofu for the first time last night! It was yummy! You know your from TX when you have to dip it in ketchup. Ha.”

“I just might like Earth Balance more than butter thanks to one of my vegan friends.”

We never thought we’d say this, but, Go, Jessica, go!

We love the fact that Simpson is dipping her tofu in ketchup, putting Earth Balance on her toast and hanging out with vegan friends.

Keep up the vegtastic tweets and one day we might even buy you a V is for Vegan t-shirt.

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