Now the duo have announced The Greenprint Project, and most notably, it features a huge contest, the victor of which will get free Beyonce and Jay-Z concert tickets for life. Hubby Jay-Z is hovering close behind throughout much of the initiative, as the project aims to encourage the integration of plant-based foods in our daily diet.
If you're a Beyoncé and Jay-Z fan, you may want to get in formation around this new sweepstakes.
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He also lent his voice to Batman: The Animated Series as "Boxy" Bennett and Chuckie Sol in the animated film Batman: Mask of the Phantasm .
Queen Bey announced the challenge to her 123 million Instagram followers late Wednesday, saying it was in support of the Greenprint Project that promotes adopting even a partial vegan diet to limit environmental footprints.
Beyoncé and Jay-Z are offering a lucky fan a chance to win free concert tickets for life if they make a pledge to go vegan.
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He reposted the tweet, "The amount of people romanticizing [Joe] in You scares me", and commented, "Ditto". The director went on to argue that the movie essentially turns Efron's pretty boy image on its head.
Earlier in January, the Drunk In Love hitmakers wrote the introduction for Marco Borges' book, The Greenprint: Plant-Based Diet, Best Body, Better World, and explained why they chose to implement veganism into their diets. Other options include: all plants all the time, plant-based at work, and two plant-based meals a day.
And in 2015, Beyoncé praised her personal trainer's vegan plan and said it made her skin firmer and a lot tighter.
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Il a ensuite été frappé par les deux assaillants qui ont déversé sur lui " une substance chimique inconnue ", a précisé la police. L'acteur a reçu de nombreuses marques de soutien, de la part de personnalités issues du show-business et de quelques politiques.
Remember all those articles that came out a year ago advising us to switch to "flexitarian" diets in order to fight climate change?