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Danny DeVito Teams Up With Jamie Oliver To Improve School Lunches

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Jamie Oliver‘s Emmy Award winning show Food Revolution has been in a flux lately, angering some for trying to expose poor food choices in lunchrooms and celebrated by others who are eager for a healthier change. But now he’s getting some celeb support, and from a rather unlikely place: Danny DeVito.

The It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia star has pledged to help Oliver in his crusade to combat unhealthy school lunches.

It seems an interesting choice for someone who plays a character on TV, Frank, who is anything but healthy. And for someone who usually tweets about drinking beer and eating cake with his co-stars, it’s almost jarring to see his latest series of tweets in support of Oliver.

“Got up again to talk about Jamie Oliver and his passion about getting kids to start on a good diet and fight the sugar and salt,” he tweeted. “Let’s help!”

He also added, “We have to do it. We have to talk about the future. Lets not suck our kids into a additive life of soda pop and candy.”

We think it’s great that DeVito is rallying behind Oliver, especially since it shows his fans a different and more invested side.

Keep up the great work!

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