1. Bruce Jenner reveals he is transgender right at the start of the interview.
2. Why Bruce is transitioning now, at age 65.
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Well…whatever works we guess!!! LOLz!
Steve-O has had a VERY interesting life to say the least and his turn around can be owed to his vegan diet change….
As well as the drug fueled voices in his head?????
The Jackass star states that he took so many drugs, he started to hear voices in his head; some were good voices…others….not so much.
Some of the voices told Steve-O to do nasty things while other voices were concerned with his well being.
Now this is a PAINTING!
Steve-O loves his pooches so much that he had them made into a puuurdy portrait, and these doggies look quite adorable!!
Earlier today, the stunt devil tweeted:
Steve-O and PETA?! An unlikely but successful tag-team!
The Jackass star spoke in front of 100 youth activists in El Lay. He lectured to them about his vegan diet and how it helped with his sobriety, and with the peta2 Experience.
Steve-O says he's feeling better, looking younger and has clearer skin thanks to his diet, stating:
The most compassionate diet is the healthiest diet. If you produce food with cruelty, it's harmful to your body. If food is produced with compassion and not cruelty, it's very healthy for your body.
Check out the pics (above) of Steve-O's lecture and CLICK THE JUMP to hear his rant against the Ringling Bros. circus.
Aside from doing some hand holding and making out they also interacted with the locals.
Steve-O got to meet a cute looking Italian dog!
Don't worry Elisabetta, we're sure he still thinks you're cuter.
Also, btw, that's not her in the picture, that's one of the locals. In case U thought we missed something.
[Image via GSI Media.]
Last Saturday, Jackass's Steve-O hosted a fundraiser to benefit The Kindness Collective.
The Kindness Collective is a group that works with domestic violence shelters to help accommodate survivors' pets.
"Up to 40% of domestic violence victims report that they are unable to escape their abusers because they are afraid of what will happen to their pets when they leave.
The Kindness Collective hopes to bring an end to the abuse by permitting victims of domestic violence to seek safety along with their pets."
At the event Steve-O spoke about his transition to living clean, sober and vegan. He said:
"Cruelty is unhealthy; compassion is healthy. And that is a universal rule that stays the same no matter what area you look at. I have benefitted from being vegan in every area of my life… emotionally, mentally, physically."
The founder and president of The Kindness Collective said:
"There's so much more to Steve-O than you see in Jackass and Wildboyz. Steve-O has a huge heart, and he lives a compassionate vegan life that is completely in line with the mission of The Kindness Collective."
Not only has he been clean and sober since March of 2008 he's also living a vegan, cruelty-free lifestyle.
Way to go, Steve-O!
[Image via Dominic Chan/WENN.]
In case you didn’t know, Steve-O has been a vegan since 2009 and has also appeared in several campaigns for the organization.
So to congratulate him, Steve-O will be receiving the Peta Activism Award during a special reception in Fort Lauderdale, Florida today.
Ingrid E. Newkirk, Peta’s President, reveals: