Who eats turkey on Thanksgiving? Not these compassionate celebrities! They’ve made the choice not to gobble down someone that used to … well, gobble. Check em out!
1. Davey Havok
This long-time vegan has worked with peta2 numerous times and was even crowned Sexiest Vegetarian Celebrity of 2012. Check out Davey’s public service announcement to hear his thoughts on animals!
2. Angela Simmons
Daughter of hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons, this gorgeous celeb inherited her father’s love of animals as well as music, which she talks about in her video interview.
3. Jake Shields
Think you can’t be strong with a plant-based diet? Go ahead and try asking MMA champion Jake Shields where he gets his protein!
4. Rocsi Diaz
Not only does the TV beauty love dogs, she also loves farmed animals, which is why she doesn’t eat them!
Canadian rapper k-os promotes a positive message not only with his music but also with his diet! See what else he has to say.
6. Jenna Dewan-Tatum
Petite beauty Jenna Dewan-Tatum sticks to a vegan diet and says it’s the main reason for her hot body!
7. Mike Ness
Social Distortion’s legendary frontman won’t be dining on animals this Thanksgiving or any meal!
8. Megan Massacre
Tattooer Megan Massacre won Hottie of the Year in peta2’s 2012 Libby Awards, thanks in part to her plant-based diet, and as peta2’s lifestyle correspondent, she’s sharing her tips for achieving the perfect cruelty-free look!
9. Joan Jett
This legendary rocker has worked with peta2 for years and wants you to know why she loves rock ‘n’ roll—and animals, too!
10. Andy Hurley
Check out Fall Out Boy drummer and Sexiest Vegetarian Celebrity of 2013 Andy Hurley’s podcast interview for tips on going vegan!
11. Renee Olstead
This TV star started out as a peta2 Street Teamer before starring in her own peta2 ad!
12. Jona Weinhofen
Dreamy tattooed vegan Jona Weinhofen wants YOU to take the first step toward cruelty-free living!
13. Christofer Drew
Could Never Shout Never’s vegan main man be any dreamier? How about if he serenades you with an acoustic song? You’re welcome