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PETA Names Olivia Wilde the Sexiest Vegetarian Celebrity of 2010

July 1, 2010 (6:53 am) GMT
Saving 'the lives of about 100 animals a year' for her choice to become a vegan, the actress is named PETA's Sexiest Vegetarian Celebrity of 2010, along with 'The Biggest Loser' trainer Bob Harper.
Olivia Wilde

has been crowned the Sexiest Vegetarian Celebrity of 2010 by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals [PETA]. PETA claimed Olivia has saved "the lives of about 100 animals a year" by opting to be a vegan

Olivia's winning male partner is "" trainer, Bob Harper. PETA mentioned that in addition to becoming a vegan, Bob has helped people to get into shape on the NBC series. He also showed his love for animal as he has adopted a pooch he named Karl.

Olivia, in the meantime, took her gratitude on her website, writing "The kind folks at PETA recently asked their supporters to vote for their 'sexiest Vegetarian celebrity' and today I learned I won that title, along with a dude who disproves the silly lie that Vegans cant be strong: 'Biggest Loser' trainer, Bob Harper."

"I am really honored, and very inspired to continue living the vegan lifestyle that has been so good to my body, my animal friends, and the world we live in," the actress further wrote. "So thank you, PETA, and thanks to all who voted for me!"

Past winners in 2009 were "Somebody to Love Me" singer and "" star . Meanwhile, ' member Anthony Kiedis and were named PETA's 2008 Sexiest Vegetarian Celebrities.

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