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Pre-Oscar Prep: Ultimate Green Room

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ultimategreenrrom.jpgCreated as an alternative to Oscar lounges riddled with wasteful gift bags, the Ultimate Green Room showcased the latest in earth friendly creations. Plenty of celebs came out to learn more about green design, sip on organic and fair trade energy drinks, and checkout eco cleaning options. Ecorazzi yapped with celebrities Justin Long and Tony Shaloub about hybrids, responsible consumerism, and what celebs and the rest of us can do for the earth.

justin-longlowres.jpgWe west coast ‘razzi reporters got to participate in some of the celeb pampering ourselves – Damien test drove the three-wheeled electric ZAP car by Environmental Motors. I got a little hair treatment from the folks at PureOlogy, and an aromatherapy session with SumBody body care.

Proceeds from the Ultimate Green Room go to Extra Cans for the Needy – a dual-purpose org where Hollywood extras take cans and bottles from movie sets and donates the recyclables to homeless people to redeem for cash.

Look forward to our video reporting on the event which’ll most definitely feature our chat with Justin and his many hilarious comments about star pal Leo.

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