“[Y]ou
listen and you care,” Ariana
Grande
 belts out in her new single, “Right There,” and the talented singer
does both. She has always tried to take care of her body by eating healthfully.
“I’ve eaten organically since I was little and always kept meat minimal,”
she said. But now she’s ready to take what she calls a “joyous” new
step for herself and animals: She’s going “100% vegan.” Ariana tweeted about her
excitement
 to her nearly 11
million followers, and PETA
was quick to respond
 with delicious recipes for her to try out and
many thanks on behalf of animals. “@peta thanks for those recipes!”
she tweeted. “[A]nd yeah it’s
definitely something to celebrate. My heart feels very happy with this
decision.”  We have a feeling that
her decision is making a lot of
hearts happy.


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And
even though going vegan means that Ariana will save more than 100 animals’
lives every year, she’s not stopping there. After watching Blackfish, she’s refusing ever to patronize SeaWorld again and is asking all
her fans to do the same, tweeting, “I highly recommend all of my fans
watch #Blackfish and never go to @SeaWorld again. … Beyond heartbroken #Free
Tilly.” Ariana is in good company. Practically all of Hollywood has gotten behind Blackfish. Here is just a sampling
of what people are saying:

In
other celebrity news:

Aziz Ansari seems to be coming to
the rescue of turkeys just in time for Thanksgiving. During an interview with
Pitchfork, he noted, “I read Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foer, where
he talks about factory farms and now I don’t ever want to eat chicken or turkey
again.”

James Cameron wants to get everyone
on board to help stop climate change, and he’s calling on scores of his famous
friends to help him. Cameron’s new eight-part documentary, Years of Living
Dangerously
, stars Harrison Ford,
America Ferrera, Jessica Alba, Matt Damon, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Michael C.
Hall, and others and will most likely also feature  information about how the meat and dairy industries are destroying the
planet
. Cameron went vegan to
do his part to protect the Earth, and hopefully Years of Living Dangerously will convince many more people to do
the same.


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