Fads are a dime a dozen among red-carpet regulars, but there's one Tinseltown
trend that won't be fading away any time soon: going vegetarian or vegan!
Whether it's to improve their
health, preserve the
environment, or help stop
cruelty to animals, Hollywood hotties are proving that meatless meals have
never looked (or tasted!) so good. And now we need you to help us decide who
will reign as the Sexiest Vegetarian Celebrities of 2013!
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