Leona Lewis has already triumphed at the upcoming 2010 BRIT Awards - after successfully convincing organisers to take foie gras off the event's menu.
The animal lover was furious after learning the controversial French delicacy would be served at the London ceremony on Tuesday (16Feb10).
However, bosses agreed to take the dish - made from the livers of fattened ducks - off the menu after the Bleeding Love hitmaker threatened to boycott the show.
And Lewis, who is nominated for Best British Female Solo Artist, is delighted with the outcome.
In a series of posts on her Twitter.com page, she writes, "I was outraged to hear that the Brit Awards were planning to serve foie gras at the ceremony. They have now removed it from the menu, well done!
"In case you didn't know, foie gras is duck that is forced fed in a sickening cruel process and is banned in the U.K.
"The BRITS menu sadly won't be 'cruelty free', however it is still a major victory & they are taking an ethical stance! Well done and thank you."