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Is Lea Michele Pushing Cory Monteith to go Vegan?

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Ever since “Glee” co-stars Lea Michele and Cory Monteith officially announced they were an item they have been making headlines. From marriage speculations to the couple moving in together, the news never stops. Now, Michele wants Monteith to become a full-fledged vegan, HollywoodLife.com reports.

It’s no secret Michele is an animal lover. She is a major advocate for PETA in speaking out against horse drawn carriages in New York City and is also very adamant about maintaining a vegan diet.

A source who spoke directly to HollywoodLife.com reveals Michele is hoping to convert her man into saying sayonara to eating animals.

“Lea wants Cory to become a vegetarian and then eventually a vegan, like her. Cory is pretty good about the way he eats. He rarely eats meat in front of Lea,” the source said.

Reportedly, when Michele has children she wants to raise them vegan and is trying to get Monteith to jump on the bandwagon.

If true it would be great to see another star support animals by adopting the vegan lifestyle.

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  • JSDA

    Really don’t embarrass this nice website by quoting Hollywood Life they are the worse and make stuff up all the time.

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