BOOM: Here’s 7 Female Celebs You Didn’t Know Were Hunters

Published on November 21, 2014

Check out these female celebrities that also happen to hunt. I’ll bet they are big targets on PETA’s map.

By Daniel Xu

1. Eva Longoria

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Raised on a ranch in Corpus Christi, Texas, it was only natural for Longoria to learn how to hunt and fish.

2. Madonna (Madonna Louise Ciccone)

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The Queen of Pop needs no introduction. Guinness World Records currently recognizes the singer-songwriter as the best-selling female recording artist of all time, yet few may know that Madonna spends some of her free time hunting pheasants.

3. Eliza Dushku

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You may recognize this actress from her roles in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Dollhouse, or True Lies. Dushku may be most notable for her activism, especially when it comes to helping former child soldiers readjust to a normal life, but she is also an avid elk hunter.

4. Avril Lavigne

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This singer-songwriter was raised near the small town of Napanee in Ontario, and may owe her fame in part to hunting. According to Entertainment Weekly, the fact that she hunted and loved to do so—at 14—is part of why her first manager decided to take a chance on her.

5. Jennifer Lawrence

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Lawrence was trained by none other than five-time US Olympic archer Khatuna Lorig and her favorite game is actually squirrel.

6. Kate Middleton (Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge)

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As part of the British Royal Family, Middleton is certainly expected to hunt. The Duchess of Cambridge broke her teeth on the royal hunting traditions when she accompanied members of the family for a hunt in the Scottish Highlands several years ago.

7. Miranda Lambert

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This country music star has hardly made a secret of her hunting, especially when her husband Blake Shelton is involved. Lambert has appeared in both outdoors television and print, and even served venison that she harvested herself at her wedding.

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