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It seems that newly vegan Rosie O'Donnell no longer wants a hot dog named after her.It seems that newly vegan Rosie O'Donnell no longer wants a hot dog named after her.

Does Rosie O'Donnell Want Her Name Removed from Hot Dog Menu?

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Which newly vegan celeb wants her name disassociated from a hot dog at Pink’s Hot Dogs in Hollywood?

We’re betting it’s Rosie O’Donnell.

Last week National Enquirer reported the following blind item: “This weight-challenged star, who’s now on a new health kick, is trying to get the iconic fast-food stand Pink’s Hot Dogs in Hollywood to pull the popular wiener named after her. The new vegan convert is demanding that the stretch dog loaded with mustard, onions, chili and sauerkraut come off the menu!”

Although the Enquirer isn’t naming names, a quick peek at the Pink’s menu makes this one pretty obvious. Under their “Super Specials,” customers can pick the Martha Stewart Dog, The Ozzy Spicy Dog, The L.A. Philharmonic Conductor Gustavo Dudamel Dog, The Rosie O’Donnell Long Island Dog, and the Patt Morrison Baja Veggie Dog. Those are the five that are named after people, and of those, only two have sauerkraut: The Martha and the Rosie.

Given that Stewart isn’t a vegan, we’re guessing that the newly-married, newly-converted O’Donnell is the star in question. What do you think? Hit up the comments with your thoughts!

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  • Jackee

    I love Pink’s! I always get the Patt Morrison. I never thought of putting guacamole on my veggie dog, but now it’s basically a must have. :3

  • suz cruz

    Good for Rosie! I hope she sticks to her new diet.

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