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DiCaprio, Bloom, Other Celebs Rock Out At Global Green Bash

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snipshot_b2lo3k8vi6b.jpgGlobal Green kicked off Oscar festivities last night with a celebrity fueled party; including Leonardo DiCaprio, Orlando Bloom, Penelope Cruz, James Blunt, Petra Nemcova, Joshua Jackson, Diane Kruger (who looked absolutely smokin’!), Andrea Bowen, and whole who’s who of other stars. Maroon 5 provided the entertainment.

Gossip-wise, Orlando Bloom and Penelope Cruz (the two are rumored to be dating) kept their distance and chatted briefly; while James Blunt and his supermodel girlfriend gushed about their love for each other and the environment. From the article,

“There’s no separating them when it comes to their cause, either. Asked which of them was greener than the other, Blunt demurred, “I think we have an equal interest.” Nemcova just giggled and countered, “Competition is good.”

The supermodel said she isn’t above getting her hands dirty. On a TLC reality series she’s working on, she took the wannabe models to a park to plant saplings. “We were digging, and I had the best time,” she says. “Anybody can do it.”

The pair said they scuba dive and are passionate about the outdoors, and Blunt agreed that a beautiful woman and the beauty of nature only enhance each other.”

I give them three months.

We’re going to hook you up with the site, JustJared, who seems to have the hook-ups for the latest Paparazzi shots. For Joshua Jackson and Diane Kruger, click here. For Orlando’s wild hair, click here. For Penelope and her look-alike sister, hit it. And finally, some some Jame Blunt/Petra Nemcova action, click here.

[UPDATE] Apparently, what we thought was a reliable source, USA Today, never bothered to stick around past the Red Carpet. In an earlier report, we mentioned that Leo did not show up, when in fact he did, but bypassed the media frenzy out front. We apologize for the confusion and many thanks to all those that commented about his appearance!

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