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Kristen Bell Doesn’t Flex Mussels With Friends

Written by Vegetarian Star on Thursday, March 12th, 2009 in Actresses.

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We already know that Kristen Bell doesn’t mind sharing company with omnivores. She doesn’t even mind sharing her crockpot with their food.

So it’s no surprise that she was seen out and about with friends at a seafood restaurant in New York, Flex Mussels.

Her friends ate way too much sea kitten, but Kristen helped herself to a helping a Flex fries.

Everyone in the group got to enjoy the same dessert-homemade donuts to go.

Wonder if Kristen thought about speaking up and going to a different restaurant with more vegetarian options? Looks like she got caught in a Patrick Stump steakhouse situation.

Or she could just love those Flex Fries.

Source: In Touch Weekly

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Lance Bass Should Say “Bye, Bye, Bye” To Last Name?

Written by Vegetarian Star on Monday, February 9th, 2009 in Male Musicians.

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This is one of the reasons PETA gets a bad rep with people.

Out of good intentions, the group has jokingly suggested that former ‘N Sync singer and “Dancing With the Stars” contestant Lance Bass change his last name from “Bass” to “Sea Kitten.”

You see, bass is a type of fish, and since PETA is doing much to promote their Sea Kitten campaign meant to increase awareness that seafood is as full of life as other animals (and shouldn’t be eaten), it has suggested that Lance changing his name would do much for the campaign.

“Not content with the reams of newsprint that have already been dedicated to our Save the Sea Kittens campaign, we’re going for a little more face time for our finned friends by asking Lance Bass, the former ‘N Sync singer and “Dancing With the Stars” alum, to change his last name from “Bass” to “Sea Kitten.” We hope Lance goes for it hook, line, ‘N Sync-er. (Badump-bump.)”


Sure, it’s meant to be humorous, but doesn’t PETA have better things to do with their time? How does this further animal rights? Asking a man to change his name is like sending him to the vet for an irreversible population control procedure. Just put some naked ladies on a video. That’s much more effective.

Remember what happened when Taco Bell asked 50 Cent to change his name to 79 Cent for the sake of their tacos and burritos? It’s wasn’t a pretty scene in da courtroom club.

Focus on the real kittens, sea and land. Leave Lance Kitten alone.

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Stephen Colbert Pokes Fun Of PETA’s Sea Kittens Campaign

Written by Vegetarian Star on Sunday, January 18th, 2009 in Actors, Comedians, Not So Vegetarian, TV Hosts, Videos.

Stephen Colbert thought it would be fun to satirized PETA’s Save The Sea Kittens Campaign, and gave a “Tip of the Hat” piece of advice to the animal rights group. 

“Save The Sea Kittens” is designed to get people to stop eating seafood by making fish seem as cute, adorable, and intelligent as cats.

Colbert admits that normally he’s not a fan of PETA because if “scientists can’t squirt shampoo into a rabbit’s eyes, then how would I know what shampoo to squirt into my rabbit’s eyes,” he sarcastically said.

Stephen decides to rename other animals with vegetarian names so that they’ll seem more acceptable to eat, including calling cats “landfish,” cows “field potatoes,” and owls “sky nachos.”

The “Tip of the Hat” starts after a minute and a half into the video.

Safe to say he’s not buying into the campaign. Bet Jeremy Piven is, though.

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