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J.D. Fortune Wants You to Try Vegetarianism!

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Yes, this is the tune that our favorite rock sensation, J.D Fortune—who recently rejoined the popular rock band INXS—wants us to hum. The famous “Pretty Vegas” singer is a proud vegetarian and an ardent animal lover. He endeavors to arouse in all his fans the same passion for protecting animals that he has:

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Vegetarianism is the driving force behind this very-energetic 37-year-old rock star, who had millions boogieing to his songs in a sold-out performance at this year’s Vancouver Olympics. “Being part of a band takes a lot of energy. That’s one reason I became a vegetarian,” explains the hot INXS member.

Why does J.D. choose a vegetarian diet? Vegetarians are, on average, fitter and trimmer and have more energy and stamina than people who stuff themselves with fat-laden meat, dairy products, and eggs. And vegetarians have a much lower incidence of ailments such as heart attacks, cancer, strokes, and obesity—not to mention that there’s nothing sexy about someone who turns a blind eye to the daily suffering of the billions of animals who are raised and killed for food each year.

Want to join J.D. in living a healthy and humane lifestyle? Take the Pledge to Be Veg!

Posted by Jason Baker


  1. Sherry...
    November 3rd, 2010, 10:45 pm

    JD Fortune influenced me to become a vegetarian. He truly cares about the welfare of animals and is a great spokesperson for PETA.

    JD has recorded a fantastic new song, “The Stairs” on the soon to be released INXS album, “Original Sin.”

    You can read about the album at: inmusic.ca/artists/interviews/Articles/inxs and see a video clip of JD discussing the making of “The Stairs” at youtube.com/watch?v=bI0esAj8ezg.

  2. pungle.org...
    November 4th, 2010, 6:06 pm

    We support Peta!

  3. Alexis Hess...
    December 14th, 2010, 5:25 pm

    The sad thing is that people commonly believe that it is more expensive to be vegetarian when actually it can be really cheap to be a vegetarian! You should do a blog of that, maybe hand out leaflets! I think the obesity angle will really reach a lot of women.

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