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Newly Crowned Miss World 2010 Shows Vegetarian Pride

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The newly crowned Miss World Alexandria Mills might have been nicknamed KFC during the competion, but you’ll never catch her eating a bucket of the gross stuff!

Sporting the motto, “The best things in life are worth waiting for, fighting for, believing in, and just never letting go of it,” the 18-year old Kentucky native was christened KFC thanks to her home state. But Mills, who beat out 114 other girls to become the new Miss World, finds the nickname ironic because…she’s a vegetarian. WOO!!

Wait a second?! Heather Mills is vegan and Alexandia Mills is vegetarian. We smell a partnership opportunity!

Check out the video below to watch Mills win the crown. We’ll be keeping our eye on this newly crowned vegetarian rockstar!

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