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Ariana Grande Goes Vegan

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If you’ve got your finger on the pulse of tweenage pop culture, you’ll be tickled to learn that Ariana Grande has gone vegan! The young actress of Nickelodeon’s “Sam & Cat” (and, previously, “Victorious”) shared her excitement on Twitter.

“I’ve eaten organically since I was little and always kept meat minimal but today marks my first day as a 100% vegan!!!! Joyous day,” she posted to her 11+ million followers. In another “that’s so vegan” move, she also tweeted about her love of Whole Foods Market and their high volume of “fruits and veggies and sesame tofu and friendly, peaceful people everywhere.”

Grande has shown her compassion for animals before her big vegan announcement on Twitter. After she watched the documentary, “Blackfish,” Grande posted, “I highly recommend all my fans watch Blackfish and never go to SeaWorld again. Used to love that place. Beyond heartbroken. #FreeTilly.”

Grande’s heart and stomach are now both in the right place. You can catch Grande on Nickelodeon and on tour through December.

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  • Paola BreadWater

    OMGOOOOOODNESS! She’s such a good singer too :’) glad she’s on our side <3

  • dazman

    Overrated singer…she’ll never be a motown…though Whitney n Mariah overrated. Great she’s on the vegan band wagon…though she’ll continue her diva like requests when being interviewed and trashy dress sense.

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