But Bey and Jay aren't the only ones who are using their celeb platform to promote animal-product-free lifestyles. These vegan celebrities are praising the major health, humanitarian, and environmental benefits of vegan diets.
The GOAT went on a strict diet after giving birth to daughter Alexis Olympia. "I was vegan, I didn't eat sugar," she told reporters at a Wimbledon press event in July, according to the Daily Mail.
But she added that her strict diet didn't start to show results until she stopped breastfeeding. "I lost 10 pounds in a week when I stopped. I just kept dropping," she said.
Meghan Markle is a self-declared "part-time vegan," according to an interview with Best Health in 2016. "I try to eat vegan during the week and then have a little bit more flexibility with what I dig into on the weekends," she said.
The tattoo artist and cosmetics company owner told CL Magazine that . "It taught me to look past myself—to consider how my choices affect others—the animals, the people around me, and the planet we live on. To me, veganism is consciousness."
But she's also come under fire for saying on Instagram that she plans to raise her first child as a vegan.
Miley has a well-documented love of animals and is so committed to being vegan that she got a symbol for veganism tattooed on her body. "Vegan for life!" she shared on Instagram when she got the tat in 2017.
Jenna told the Los Angeles Times in 2016 that she hasn't eaten meat since she was 11, when she watched something on TV about slaughterhouses. "I certainly encourage veganism, not just for our health, but for the environment and also for the ethical and moral reasons," she said. (Watch her taste test vegan fast food for Women's Health.)
The Formation singer famously does a "vegan challenge" every time she gears up for big events or performances. In 2018, she encouraged fans on Instagram to join her in her vegan diet as she prepared for Coachella, and last year, she and Jay-Z promoted the diet again with their free concert ticket contest.
The Oscar-winning actress told W in 2017 that she started eating vegan after noticing she had really low energy (and some cholesterol problems). After she tried eating vegan for two weeks, "I just had more energy than I’ve ever had in my life," she said. "Being vegan was not anything I ever wanted to be. I just really was listening to what my body was telling me."
The Nikita actress says that for her, the environmental aspect of veganism is just as important as the health impacts. "When I'm eating, I'm not hurting the planet, I'm not hurting other people on the planet, I'm not hurting other animals," she told PETA about her vegan diet.
The singer shared with Into the Gloss in 2016 that she went vegan once for about six months because of some health problems. "Changing my diet like that made me feel like I had so much more energy," she said. But she admitted that being vegan was a lot of work: "At one point, I was going to a place that’s really far from my house to get all-vegan everything."
She said that she's still determined to make it work, though. "My goal is to totally be completely vegan and only use vegan products, but I’m human and I have to work on it daily."
The star has gone between vegetarianism and veganism for years. "I keep my home completely vegan, which I think is one of the most important things," she told US Weekly in 2017. "If you keep your home healthy, then, when you’re reaching for snacks, you’re not reaching for bad things. So, I stock it with fruits and vegetables."
The tennis champ has been a vegan since being diagnosed with Sjögren's syndrome, an autoimmune disorder that causes fatigue and joint pain, reports ABC News.
But Venus admits she's not the healthiest vegan at times: "I'm not perfect, but I live a plant-based lifestyle," she said. "[Like] french fries are vegan, but just cause it's vegan, doesn't make it the best food choice."
Ultimately, though, she's all about taking care of her health: "[I'd also like to] help people live healthy lives. It's so important in my life," she said. "For me it's plant-based lifestyle, for others, maybe it's getting moving more. For everyone it's different. [I'd like to help people] find your healthiest moment."
Ariana told The Mirror in 2014 that her love of animals inspired her to go vegan. "I love animals more than I love most people," she said. "It is tricky dining out, but I just stick to what I know—veggies, fruit, and salad–then when I get home, I’ll have something else."
"I never eat meat and try to eat totally vegan, which is easiest when I cook for myself," Carrie told Cosmopolitan in 2017. "We hardly ever take out or eat out because I don't like to...I like knowing what's in my food, and it's hard to tell when someone else makes it for you."
Alicia told Oprah that she went vegan three years after filming Clueless, and she's hasn't looked back. "I used to have all those white marks on my nails and they were very brittle, and now they're so strong I cannot bend them," she said. "My eyes got really white, and I feel like I look less puffy." (Watch Alicia give WH a tour of her vegan refrigerator.)
In a blog post in 2017, titled "FIGHT FAKE FOOD, NOT FAKE NEWS," Pamela made the case for eating vegan. "So I say, veganism is about more than choosing not to eat animal products. Veganism is bigger than that. Veganism is about saving animals, saving ourselves, saving our societies, and saving our planet!"
Danielle went vegan in 2017. In an appearance on The Chew that September, she said that her Southern, comfort-food upbringing meant that she never learned "how to eat properly, how food is fuel. So this is my way of teaching myself how to eat properly, how to eat to live, I guess."
Ellen Degeneres has been vegan since 2008. "I've always called myself an animal lover. And yet I ate them," she said in a 2012 interview, according to Yahoo. But she said "something snapped," once she learned how chicken and other meat products are made.
That said, in her recent comedy special Relatable on Netflix, Ellen noted that she's a little more flexible these days. "In the last year or two for no real reason, I started eating a piece of fish once in a while. Or I'll eat eggs from chickens I know—if they are in someone's backyard or are happy."
In an essay for O Magazine, Portia wrote that she stopped eating meat after she and wife Ellen Degeneres moved to a farm in California. "I always thought going vegan would be difficult, but I genuinely don't crave meat or cheese. And I feel happier, like I'm contributing to making the world a less violent place."
The actress credits vegan eating for helping her look her best. "Eating a vegan diet—it’s just so much healthier—and you avoid a lot of toxins that could age your skin and your body," she told Urbanette. "I really noticed a difference in my skin not too long after switching to fully vegan."
Natalie Portman feels so passionately about her veganism that she produced and narrated a 2018 documentary called Eating Animals. "There's a reason that food, and food restrictions, are such a big part of every religion," she told California radio station KPCC about being vegan. "Because it is a way that you can state what you believe in and what you care about three times a day."
Giselle told W that while sticks to plant-based eating, "I look at whole plant based foods, that's the foundation of the diet, mostly green vegetables, green vegetables are the highlight of that diet."
She stays away from refined, processed foods, too: "I believe that if it's not found in nature, we shouldn't really be messing with it."
The Scandal alum told YouBeauty in 2015 that she has been vegan since college. "For me it was the answer to a myriad of things that weren’t working in my life," she said. "I had terrible cystic acne, no energy at all, I didn’t always digest food perfectly."
Sia is an outspoken animal rights advocate, and in 2014, she announced on Twitter that she was going "fully vegan."
The singer told People that she's eaten a vegan diet since 1997. "It’s just what’s best for my body. If I was a Lamborghini I would want to put the best gas in it," she said.
Ellen was named PETA's "Sexiest Vegetarian Celebrity" in 2014 for her vegan diet. She's tweeted before about the prejudices vegans face for the way they eat.
For some people, veganism takes a lot of research and preparation, but not for Grey’s Anatomy superstar Ellen Pompeo. Last April, the actress went to her doctor for a check-up and came home a vegan, per People.
During her annual exam and screening, Ellen’s doctor told her about her new book which promotes veganism as a way to prevent breast cancer, and Ellen was sold. But that wasn’t enough, Ellen got her husband and kids on the bandwagon, too. And while some might struggle with the transition, she told People it was “super fun.”