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E! Entertainment TV Partnering Up To Launch The First "Green" Golden Globes Party

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e.jpgEEEEEE! Somehow, this announcement just doesn’t surprise anymore; which frankly, is a wonderful thing. We’re approaching the ‘acceptance’ level of green eco-parties in Hollywood. It’s a given that if there’s something big going on, green is not just going to be the color of the gowns. It’s arrived, baby. The environment is crazy, sexy, cool.

E! Entertainment TV is quick to pick up on the vibe and is partnering up with our friends at EMA (Environmental Media Association) to put together a green p-a-r-t-y and a cool ‘Play A Part’ campaign. The PSA spots will feature some of your favorite green celebrities and offer practical tips on how you can reduce, reuse, and recycle. They will run all year long on the network. Celebs featured include Ed Begley Jr., Kristin Davis, Daryl Hannah, Anthony Kiedis, Wendie Malick, Nicole Richie, Jeffrey Tambor, Wilmer Valderrama, Constance Zimmer, and many others. Some of these guys are a cool given, but excuse me for still playing skeptical with the Nicole Richie card. I’m calling her bluff ’till something changes my mind.

Regarding the Golden Globes Green Party, here are all the shiny details,

“The first annual “Green” Golden Globes party — a Hollywood first, E! joins EMA and 9900 Wilshire in throwing the best and most eco-friendly post-Golden Globes party in town. Hollywood’s elite will party into the evening in an environmentally responsible way, while E! viewers will get “behind the velvet rope” access to one of the evening’s hottest parties.”

Alright, E!, you’ve got our attention. Now, what’s it going to take to get Ecorazzi behind the velvet rope and into this green bash? We promise to be good. Slightly. A couple well placed martinis will take the edge off. “Call us”.

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