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PETA is still months away from naming its Sexiest Vegetarian Alive winners for 2011, but one newly-vegan celebrity is gaining early buzz as a front runner: Bill Clinton. The former president, who cut out animal products to improve his health and lose weight before daughter Chelsea's vegan wedding in July, has said that his diet is based on beans, legumes, vegetables, fruit, and almond milk. PETA's Jaime Zalac told U.S. News that "Clinton will surely be a popular nominee in next year's contest" -- but he'll have to beat plenty of competition to dethrone the current winners, Bob Harper and Olivia Wilde. (Via Ecorazzi)
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Anna Getty's Green Holiday Tips
Most of us are still finishing those last few pieces of organic Halloween candy, but celebrity lifestyle guru Anna Getty already has her mind on the holidays. EcoStiletto caught up with her for a few tips on making the holiday season more sustainable -- including taking your cues from the nature-inspired celebrations Europe, where Getty lives. "You go to the markets and they have baskets of twigs for sale that people have gone out into the woods and collected. The gift shops sell little birch branch Christmas trees." Ready to start the festivities? Pour a glass of Getty's Cranberry Prosecco Cocktail using the recipe from the interview.
Michelle Rodriguez: Not Ready to Ship out with Sea Shepherd
Though actress Michelle Rodriguez announced in August that she planned to join the crew of the Sea Shepherd -- the anti-whaling vessel that's the star of Planet Green's "Whale Wars" -- she said this week that her time on board will have to be rescheduled due to her film commitments. But the actress, who just won the Eco Maverick Award from Opportunity Green, remains passionate about the cause: She'll travel to Australia to bid the crew bon voyage on its next trip, and told reporters at the Opportunity Green conference that she plans to join the organization when she can commit to the full three-month trip.