Sexiest Celebrity Vegetarian Contest

by Nate

in Celebrity Diets

kristin bell sexiest celebrity vegetarian

PETA is currently running its annual Sexiest Celebrity Vegetarian contest with voting now taking place on their website.  In the past six months we’ve certainly covered plenty of celebrity vegetarians (as well as celebrity vegans), with several of the 2010 PETA contest nominees being featured here at The Celebrity Workout.

Last year country singer Kellie Pickler and Heroes star Milo Ventimiglia brought home the Sexiest Celebrity Vegetarian crown.  Ventimiglia is a lifelong vegetarian and proved you can pack on muscle without eating meat.  He worked out four days per week and added 20 pounds of lean mass for the latest season of the NBC drama.

Milo Ventimiglia’s fellow Heroes cast members Hayden Panettiere and Kristen Bell (the 2006 winner) are also on this year’s ballot.  Panettiere, a former gymnast, spends most of her time in the gym doing circuit workouts or running on the treadmill.  You can see a video of her working with her trainer in our previous post.   We found out Kristen Bell has been a vegetarian since she was 11 and tries to eat more fresh foods than processed ones.  You can read more about her diet and exercise here.

Carrie Underwood has won the Sexiest Celebrity Vegetarian title twice (2005 and 2007).  Be sure to take a look at her Top Ten Fitness Tips.

We’ve also reviewed the 21 Day Vegan Kickstart, headlined by 2004 winner Alicia Silverstone. We’ve even taken a detailed look at the vegan diet of UFC fighter Mac Danzig.

Also on this year’s PETA ballot is House star Olivia Wilde, who is a self-described “sort of vegetarian who eats fish.”  She’s certainly the sexiest doctor on TV…now we’ll see if she can become the sexiest celebrity vegetarian.

For a vegetarian dish you can make tonight try Glee actress Lea Michele’s lasagna roll-up recipe.

Check out the rest of the nominees on this year’s list and let us know which celebrity diet and which of the celebrity vegetarians you’d like to read about on TCW next.

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