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Overheard at the EMAs…

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Well, not overheard exactly, because, uh, I wasn’t there. But anyway, the stars came out full force at the Environmental Media Awards last week, which was great. Except I saw a clip of Nicole Richie while she was presenting with Rob Schneider joking that yes, she’s environmentally-friendly — after all, she’s wearing a vintage gown.

I’m probably just being uptight and all, being displeased with that quip. But since I quite like Nicole, I suppose I can forgive her that little joke. Hopefully, she’s a lot more eco-friendly than that. She was seen on the green carpet with a Prius after all, plus she was also at the EMAs last year.

Image from OTB: Gone Hollywood.

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