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Ashley Tisdale Takes 22 Day Vegan Challenge Pledge

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Disney darling Ashley Tisdale is joining in on Hollywood’s latest trend: the 22 day vegan challenge.

Made popular by celebrities like Jay-Z, Beyoncé and Jennifer Lopez, the pledge to go vegan for just over 3 weeks has taken Tinseltown by storm creating a buzz around the plant-based lifestyle. With Beyoncé and JLo’s enviable figures and stunning good looks, it’s no wonder the trend is gaining momentum.

Tisdale has decided that the best way to get in shape before her wedding is to give the 22 day vegan challenge a whirl. She posted on twitter:

We wonder if Ashley’s fiancé, Christopher French, is going to join her on this vegan adventure?

And, as always, we hope it lasts more than just 22 days. Neither Beyoncé nor JLo have kept up the plant based diet fully. However, both have incorporated many more fruits and veggies into their diet once completing the challenge.

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