11 Celebs You Never Knew Were Vegetarian

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As it turns out, some of our favorite celebs are just as veggie crazy. Check out this list of health-conscious stars who stick to meat-free diets!

1.  Betty White

As if there weren’t enough reasons to love Betty White: For a 91st birthday gift, she asked her friends to donate to the Morris Animal Foundation to advance veterinary medicine. Betty White, can we be your best friend?

2. Mike Tyson

We didn’t realize Evander Holyfield’s right ear was considered vegetarian. Just kidding, Iron Mike! (Please don’t find and hurt us.)

3. Woody Harrelson

When he’s not acting alongside Jennifer Lawrence, Woody’s not playing any hunger games. (Rim shot!) He’s even on the raw-food diet, where you eat vegetables, fruit, and nuts in their most natural forms to maximize their nutritional value.

4. Russell Simmons

Russell also practices Transcendental Meditation. “So, so def” would probably make a good mantra.

5. Jessica Simpson

Jessica went vegan shortly before her wedding this summer. But we’re pretty sure it’s unrelated to that time she thought tuna was chicken.

6. Emily Deschanel

Because it’s hard to eat animals when your sister has the eyes of a doe.

7. Usher

“It started when we were younger and you were my… my boo-oo.” — Usher singing to a kale salad.

8. Joaquin Phoenix

Although he might just be Method-acting a vegetarian character, we’ll keep him on the list for now.

9. Jennifer Lopez

At 45 years of age, this herbivore still looks great. Like, hyper-sexual-music-video-with-Iggy-Azalea great.

10. Jay-Z and Beyonce

Well, they went vegan for 22 days just to try it out. … We’ll take it.

11. Alanis Morissette

Isn’t it ironic? … No, actually, this one kind of makes sense.

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