Access Hollywood: Kellan Lutz at PETA 2010 Awards

Kellan talks about his love of animals and more.

Kellan Lutz and Christian Serratos to Be Honored at PETA Awards

Clevver TV has a feature on the PETA Awards where Kellan Lutz, Christian Serratos and others will be honored from everything from promoting responsible pet ownership to anti-fur causes.

In the past, the Twilight movie won a PETA award for “The Most Animal Friendly Movie” due to Bella eating a veggie burger. (Slightly ironic since the opening shots of the movie feature a deer being hunted and killed.) Ashley Greene has also won an award based on her promoting Avon’s Mark Cosmetics line which are animal-cruelty free products.

Ashley Greene Wins PETA Award

This just in from PETA

“For choosing to partner with cruelty-free cosmetics company Avon, Ashley Greene has earned a Kind Choices Award from PETA. Greene will receive a framed certificate and a card signed by PETA staffers.

Greene isn’t the only Twilight star to stick up for animals. Kellan Lutz and Christian Serratos have both teamed up with PETA to fight animal abuse.

Greene is the new face of mark, Avon’s youth-oriented brand. Avon was the first major cosmetics company to adopt a cruelty-free policy—the company ended all animal testing of its products and ingredients in 1989, years before many Twilight fans were born. Over the years, Avon has received PETA awards for its cutting-edge, cruelty-free policies governing not only its cosmetics but also the Avon Foundation’s work against breast cancer.

“Ashley and Avon are to be congratulated for encouraging millions of Twilight fans and other young people to choose makeup that’s fun, not fatal,” says PETA Vice President of Laboratory Investigations Kathy Guillermo. “Thanks to cruelty-free companies such as Avon, you can get a to-die-for look that no animals had to die for.”

Sexiest Vegetarian: Christian Serratos vs Liz Reaser

Peta has nominated Hollywood’s glamorous vegatarians in their Who’s the World’s Sexiest Vegetarian poll. Both Christian Serratos and Liz Reaser have been nominated. Other nominees include long-time vegetarian and PETA spokes people like Alicia Silverstone.

According to PETA:

“Each year, the crop of meat-free hotties gets larger and larger, and this year is no exception. Whether they’re ditching their meat habit because they don’t want to have any part in cruelty to animals or they’ve realized that a vegetarian diet is the best way to keep their flat tummies, the number of celebs shunning flesh is steadily rising.”

Go vote for your favorites here.