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PETA Names Olivia Wilde the Sexiest Vegetarian Celebrity of 2010

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Audrey is the most beautiful woman in the past 100 years and Olivia Wilde is “The Sexiest”… but not according to Maxim or FHM (although that has happened too), but to PETA! The reason? Olivia is one hot vegetarian.

“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. So thank you, PETA, and thanks to all who voted for me!”

… says Olivia about her title.

Pictured: Olivia at 21st Romy Award’ at the Hofburg on April 18, 2010 in Vienna.

UPDATE: Since you guys were talking about how thin Olivia looks here, I included more pictures after the jump. Keep in mind, these pics were taken in April… and she is a pear shape.

 

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sequined
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seriously, can her eyes be more alluring? she’s sooo stunning, totally my girl crush.

thebestguest
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thebestguest

I never noticed her looong face before, hmm.

Golden Girl
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Golden Girl

To me, she isn’t sexy, and I REALLY HATE her eyebrows…

I admire the vegetarians, but I just love a steak too much lol

sequined
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i know! i used to be a vegetarian but then i realized that wearing leather and not eating meat actually screams “hypocrite” so i gave it up. but i carefully watch where my steaks come from.

snoops
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snoops

I wish you had just quit wearing leather rather than give up on vegetarianism lol 😀 but to each their own.

Olivia is so pretty but I wish she didnt pluck her brows so much, its very severe, thats the only thing I dont like about her look.

lp23
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lp23

What has happened to the beautiful Olivia:(

She has lost too much weight imo.

Kae
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Holy bobble head! Beautiful face but she looks like she lost a little too much or something. Maybe it’s the dress or the angle…

sequined
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it’s def the dress. she’s always got super thin upper body bc she’s a pear, and we cannot see her slightly thicker legs.

Trace
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Trace

sequined is totally right, It’s just the dress combined with Olivia’s natural bodyshape. Slim pears tend to look superskinny from the waist up. It’s the same thing with Keira Knightley.

Eve
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Is she a vegan? Wow, she is now even more beautiful in my eyes! I am a vegetarian too. Besides not doing any harm to live creatures, I am feeling so great because of that.

Gigi
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Gigi

her face looks so gaunt in the second picture…definitely lost too much weight. but good for her for being a vegan! ive been a vegetarian for 11 years but I dont think I could ever be a vegan.

Casey
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Casey

While I disagree with the vegan philosophy, and especially PETA’s behavior, I do think she is a great choice. She is very beautiful.

I don’t think she looks thin or gaunt. She has always had a very angular face…it’s just accentuated in these photos by the lighting. You can see by her arms that she is not bony. I would say she is slim, but not thin. There is a difference.

By the way, her dress really, really flatters her. Great choice!

Golden Girl
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Golden Girl

hey casey, would you mind if I ask you (i’m not a native english speaker)
what’s the difference between skinny, thin and slim?

Casey
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Casey

Well, to most people the words mean the same thing. I use them to describe different things though. Like, someone who is skinny, for example, would be very bony or skeleton-y. Someone who is thin would be like a model..not bony necessarily, but not normal-sized either. Someone who is slimto me is just someone who happens to be on the lower end of normal sized.

It’s just I personally use the words differently. It’s not “officially” different.

Gigi
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Gigi

I’m not trying to attack you here, but why do you always play devil’s advocate whenever anyone is accused of being too thin?

Casey
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Casey
I don’t always do it. And I’m not playing Devil’s Advocate…I really don’t think Olivia is too thin, and am just expressing my opinon. What you may have noticed is that I am more defensive of thin women, but that is because people like to bash them…which is normal. Every body type/size gets bashed. But besides myself, very few other people defend them, because very few people relate to them or have pity for them (as proven by my previous discussions on this topic). Having been a thin young girl myself, I am aware of how such comments can negatively… Read more »
Gigi
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Gigi

Thank you for explaining. Once again, I hope it didn’t come across like I was attacking you.

“I also don’t like how the health word gets thrown around so much concerning thin women. Anybody who loses weight is always “becoming unhealthy,” and anyone who gains weight is always, “happy and healthy,” without any knowledge of one’s exercize and eating habits. I also believe that the health word gets thrown around too much with chubbier women as well. And once again, it’s without any solid facts about their exercize and eating habits.”

Agreed 100%.

Casey
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Casey

You’re welcome. 🙂

Mariah
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Mariah

Why do you disagree with the vegan philosophy? I don’t mean to seem like I am attacking you for it I just dislike when people are so judgmental of positive personal choices that others make especially relating to vegetarianism and things of that nature. I can’t think of anything negative that could be thought about someones choice to be vegetarian or vegan other than ignorant silly comments that uninformed people would make but I don’t think that would be you because I have read your comments many times in the past. Anyways, just wondering. .

Casey
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Casey
1) Because I believe to be vegan is to go against nature moreso than it is to aid it. I believe veganism is a product of humankind’s inherent egocentrism. Vegans often contradict themselves, and while they aid their animal counterparts directly by not consuming their flesh, they often do more damage indirectly to live the vegan lifestyle. 2) Veganism is often sold as a superior lifestyle, without awareness that many people do not have the luxury to live as a vegan. Alternative sources of protein are often very expensive. The result is either nutritional deprivation, or a lifestyle of high… Read more »
xoxo
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xoxo

I’m 15 and I’m vegan for about 3 months now , and if some one’s vegan does not mean he’s against the natur. we’re not forced to hunt or drink milk which should be given to the little cattle.

Alexa
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I’m proud of your well-reasoned response! Veganism is not a smart choice based on nutritional science, but tbh, I’d rather people go on a vegan diet than some crazy fad diet like the Master Cleanse!

The moral of the story is to suck it up and spend an extra dollar or two on pastured beef – from well-treated, grass-fed cows – rather than the cheap, factory-farmed garbage. Yes, you’ll eat less of it since it’s more expensive. This is probably a good thing. We don’t need to eat nearly as much meat as we do!

Casey
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Casey
Well out of those two, I’d go with the vegan diet too! I also agree with the second part of your comment. Unfortunately, I personally have the kind of genes where it’s really hard for me to maintain and build proper muscle mass. For me, even vegetarianism is not a good idea health-wise. When I buy meat, I always try to buy from the companies that are more animal-friendly if it’s within my budget. I only buy the amount of meat I know I will eat, and nothing gets thrown away. I figure, if an animal had to die, at… Read more »
snoops
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snoops
many studies show that a vegetarian or vegan diet decreases the risk for many common types of cancer such as breast cancer, ovarian cancer, bowel cancer, and many others, also it lowers the risk of heart disease, many other diseases and illness, including things such as exzema and psorisis. I’m not one of those militant vegetarians who tries to make others conform to my way of life, I’m engaged to a non-veggie and he will never be a vegetarian, for me its all about “live and let live” so it bothers me when people make negative comments about the vegetarian/vegan… Read more »
snoops
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snoops

oh and I just want to say one final thing, one of your arguments against veganism was about parents harming their children through diet, that is not something that can be deemed a vegan issue, some parents do not give their kids proper nutrition and this is wrong, but it happens much more in “mainstream” non veggie families where the kids are getting fat and obese at an early age causing major health problems which will continue throughout their life, this is the real issue.

Mariah
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Mariah
Well you must have not read my comment where I specifically stated that I don’t think there is anything really negative to be said about vegans or vegetarians aside from those who say things and are uninformed and ignorant to the issues. I followed that by specifically stating that from previous comments I have read of yours you do not seem to be uninformed or ignorant, which is why I asked the question in the first place. I said nothing about you or your opinion being silly, I simply asked a question which you answered. I disagree with your opinion… Read more »
Mariah
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Mariah
I have to add that the vegan diet is not incapable of being healthy in the long run. Is it extremely challenging to be vegan and get all of the nutrients you need? Absolutely! But it is not impossible. I am not vegan by the way I am vegetarian but I support both lifestyles fully as a person takes the steps to remain healthy. It is impossible to dispute the fact that a non meat diet is much better for the environment. It reduces pollution of both land and water and saves energy and other resources. I could go on… Read more »
brittainb
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Casey, I completely agree with your comment about vegan/vegetarianism. In my physiology class we learned about how a vegan/vegetarian diet is depleted of many essential vitamins, protein, nutrients, etc., and this was in a text book that is taught in college courses. You are very well informed on this topic, and I agree with you 100%.

Casey
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Casey

I also wanted to add that I recall you. I usually like your comments and agree with them but I am honestly baffled by this one.

In some of your comments in the past, you have questioned the health of some of the women posted on this site for either being too thin or too large. I then find it strange that you defend a lifestyle that is sure to result in bad health for 90% of its followers.

lindsay
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lindsay
You can argue that a omnivore diet is just as harmful especially in modern society. Animals are being given an abundance of drugs and s—ids even in some cases to make them bigger and ‘keep them healthy;, although you can argue that it puts their immune system to death because of all the antibiotics being given to them. Eating meat is not essential to humans, that’s why we’re omnivores. We CAN find protein from other sources so if people choose to, then it is perfectly healthy as long as you’re getting the proper vitamins. I have been a vegetarian for… Read more »
Casey
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Casey
lindsay, snoops… A vegetarian diet that is carefully chosen can be healthy for a long time, and even healthier than an omnivorous diet. The problem with an omnivorous diet is that to us, food is readily available and it is easy to overeat, thus causing obesity, heart disease, colon cancer…etc. However, a proper balanced diet should not increase your risk of any of those. There is a reason why the World Health Organization accepted the food pyramid. It means nothing to most people when I say, “research backs it up,” but, if you’ve ever attended a research university or plan… Read more »
Sidney
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Sidney

I don’t think she looks that skinny. Her legs are the heavy part, and her arms don’t look too thin to me. Lots of people have very protruding clavicles, and her face has just got a strong bone structure, i think she looks gaunt quite easily. But gaunt yet pretty 🙂

rebecca judes
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rebecca judes

i think she looks good. not too skinny and not to fat. just right! im also a vegan and it normal that vegans are just thin.

Princess
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Princess

In my opinion she`s not sexy at all,she`s far too thin.
Beautiful eyes tough

Jemima
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Jemima

Congrats to her. And I’m so happy Gabe Saporta of Cobra Starship finally won the Sexiest Vegetarian Male Celebrity. He’s smokin’.

Charlotte
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I think she is very beautiful, I just don’t get SEXY from her.

Vic
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super sexy women, those eyes have the mojo

Katy
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Katy

…Why wasn’t I nominated?
haha just kidding, but seriously she gotta love the veggos, been one for 2 and half year now 🙂 She glows, too, we aren’t weak and frail as some people say we are!

aramantha
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aramantha

She’s not pretty. Her square jaw makes her look masculine and she looks sickly. Veganism has been good to her, huh? Doesn’t look like it.

Niki
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Niki

She is not Vegan. She may not *eat* meat.. but she is NOT Vegan. She regularly wears leather.

xoxo
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xoxo

She IS vegan, and she does EAT VEGAN.

xoxo
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xoxo

http://wildethings.org/veganism

here, that’s her own blog.

Niki
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Niki
She may eat Vegan, but she doesn’t live a “true vegan lifestyle” as quoted. http://deceiver.com/2010/07/02/olivia-wilde-is-petas-sexiest-vegetarian/ I’m not knocking her choices. It’s a wonderful and personal choice. I gave up animal products for 8 years. I just have a sensitive spot for people who use the terms Vegan and Vegetarian interchangeably. I think it does everyone a disservice to muddy up the information pool. My town has a very large Vegetarian AND Vegan population, and I wouldn’t want to make lighter of the people who live the full vegan lifestyle by tossing the people who (while also admirable, is much more… Read more »
solaxia
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solaxia
Niki, yea I understand what you are saying. I lived a full vegan lifestyle and it was HARD! Now i cant call myself vegan…i use only vegan products/clothes/shoes etc. BUT the interior of my car is leather (i bought that before i was vegan), also i eat mainly vegan foods…BUT even though i dont eat eggs, meat or dairy, I still eat eggs and milk in cakes! Because i got lazy and started eating cakes out a lot! lol also, people say that individuals are vegetarian but still think they eat fish…thats pescatarian or something isnt it?! I admire anyone… Read more »
Niki
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Yes someone who still eats fish is considered a Pescatarian 🙂

I think that for me, I would give someone a pass on leather car interior if it was bought before the switch to veganism. I mean, most of us can get a new jacket, but I surely can’t get a new car! Boy do I wish I could *shakes fist* but that’s another story. *haha*

madeleine
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madeleine

im a vegetarian and have been for six years…i tried the vegan thing for about two months and got very sick from it..keep in mind i had a very healthy diet but it just didnt agree with my system at all…
also it may have been because i was still growing at the time (15yo)…some people might be able to live this way but i had to stop
Olivia is gorgeous…she isnt too thin its just her pear shape….if she were in shorts or something for form fitting around the legs everyone would see that

Aims
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Hmmm… coming from someone who likes the slim celebs – even I agree 5lbs + would make her look a bit better. Her head looks too big for her body!

Chrissy
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Chrissy

she’s a small pear, you wouldn’t notice 5 pounds on her unless she was stripped down to her skivvies.

artemis
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artemis

she’s beautiful 🙂 that dress is so cute
a nice pear shape

Lovisa
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she’s got really harsh bone structure in her face so she should benefit a 5 lbs gain. beautiful eyes though. had to google her first, then i realized she’s the bartender bad girl from OC. i think i preferred her in blonde hair

leonore
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leonore

i think her face may appear to big for her body because she has tiny bones and kinda narrow shoulders. i don´t know if she would benefit from weight gain, she just has a slender built.

Lovisa
Member

but then her head wouldn’t look that big if she was slenderly built 🙂

shell
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shell
“living a vegan lifestyle that has been so good for my body”. Is that why she looks so pale, skinny and weak? I bet she is anaemic and defficient in minerals and vitamin B12, which is mainly found in meat, but there is also some in eggs and dairy. Erm, no, a vegan diet is not healthy. It involves subsituting an important part of our diet (meat and dairy) for artificial supplements. Of course, eating these foods to excess isn’t good, but the right quantity is essential. Eating any food to excess (even fruits and vegetables…. Too many vitamins can… Read more »
Dr. Truth
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Dr. Truth
Bobble head, vegan of not. And it’s obvious to me that many of you still don’t understand nutrition or veganism. It is ABSOLUTELY possible to be a healthy vegetarian and/or vegan. You just have to know what you’re doing, and not rely on mock meats and soy (which too many veg*ns do). I’m a vegan, I focus on whole foods, and I weight train 4 days a week. I don’t have any health problems or vitamin deficiencies and I also work in the health food industry. Most of the the supplements I sell are bought by meat eaters, not vegans… Read more »
Dr. Truth
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Dr. Truth

I meant, “vegan or not”

erica amorim
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God, she’s pretty!! I wish I had those eyes!

anabel
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anabel
I am vegan, too, for ethical reasons (ecological & economical reasons contributed to my decision, though, as well as the aesthetical disapproval of consuming another race’s milk, f.e.). I have just done a 2-hour presentation about this in school. If you’re educated about nutrition (and I’m very much), it is easily possible to live the vegan way. And saying it is within our nature to consume meat is not a good excuse. We’re omnivores, so we can decide for ourselves, and live off plants as well as animals, unless we don’t have the choice (so when you need meat to… Read more »
Chrissy
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Chrissy
and some of us just really don’t want to give up our leather belts, shoes and handbags. We want our men to get out of the house and bring home that turkey or deer on Thanksgiving (nothing quite like – or as healthy as fresh turkey). Some of us don’t believe that replacing all animal products with plastic is a good idea. Some of us are aware that if you replaced all the pasture land with fields we’d have a HUGE ecological problems. And then there’s the question of what to do with all those farm animals that are no… Read more »
Chrissy
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Chrissy

and yes I know line 2 sounds horribly sexist, but I don’t like shooting guns. I take my kills in the form of fish

jjj
Guest

She looks great here. This is a good weight for her.

Arianna
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Arianna

I’m a straight girl, but.. I’d turn gay if Olivia would ask me to!

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