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Sia Furler Tells Fans to Get Vegucated

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Australian singer/songwriter, Sia Furler recently watched the documentary, “Vegucated,” and was clearly impressed by it. She’s encouraging her Twitter fans to watch it, too.

“Vegucated” is a documentary that follows three very different people on a 30-day vegan challenge. Released in 2010, the film is currently streaming on Netflix. On May 3rd, Vegucated posted on their Facebook page that the film has reached 300,000 ratings on Netflix. (They also have 90,000 Facebook followers!) Screenings for the film are still popping up all around the country, often with discussion to follow. Furler wants to talk about the film, too!


According to Wikipedia, Furler is vegetarian. Maybe after watching this documentary, though, she’ll be joining Team Vegan.

Have you seen Vegucated? What are your thoughts on the film?

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  • Lea

    This is on her Twitter now, I guess she HAS joined Team Vegan 🙂

  • Demetrius Bagley

    Thanks for this article Amanda! This is excellent news for vegan as well as Vegucated!!

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