British singer Jessie Ware has admitted that she tried to eat plant-based for a month - but lasted only 12 days.
Media outlet Under the Radar Magazine asked the R&B/pop singer/songwriter to write a list of interesting - and unknown - facts about herself.
The 33-year-old musician wrote: "I tried to be a vegan for a month, I lasted 12 days.
"It was broken in New York on a Tenement Museum walking tour of the Lower East Side's food with a slice of salami and a chunk of Parmesan."
For another article earlier this year, Ware met with SPIN's interviewer on her sixth day of being plant-based.
According to writer Emma Carmichael, Ware was 'still waiting for wholesome benevolence to sink in' from her new diet; the celeb added: "I won't say I feel bl**dy good [on the vegan diet]!."
The singer 'broke her aspirational veganism' during the interview, when she ate a salami and cheese sandwich.
"Should I just do it?" Ware asked the interviewer before taking a bite.
"I don’t give a sh*t," the musician added.
Jessie Ware is also known to have previously confessed: "I'm such a bully about food on tour.
"I made my vegetarian guitarist eat meat.
"It's terrible, but he's not going back."
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