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Golden Green Sounds Better Than Green Globes

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Sacha Baron Cohen. Courtesy Cinencuentro's Flickr Well, the Golden Globes were last night, and I have to say, the most interesting acceptance speech was by Sacha Baron Cohen (best actor in Musical or Comedy). Never before has anyone talked so much about anus, testicles, and rancid bubbles on that stage. Read the entire speech here.

After the party, some stars showed up for the Golden Green Party held by E!, the Environmental Media Association (EMA), Lexus, and 9900 Wilshire. It was apparently super chilly in LA last night, and it seems to me that since the venue is a soon to be building, they were probably outside under a tent freezing their patuties off. Tree People will plant one tree for every person that attended the party.

Among the famous faces that showed up at the party were Lance Bass, who is currently on the Board of the EMA. Actually, Amy Smart and Daryl Hannah also were in attendance, and they are also on EMA’s Board of Directors. E! hosts Sal Masekela and Catt Sadler also chatted it up with Jon Heder, JC Chasez, and Pink. Finally, they spoke with Perry Farrell who was very excited about Global Cool getting off the ground, and the fact that the party venue will be green condos. It seems no one from the actual Golden Globes made the Golden Green party their first one.
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