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The Weekend So Far…

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We’ve been a little quiet this weekend, so if you missed any good and green celeb news, here’s a quick roundup of what went on recently.

Stars like Billy Crystal, Donald Trump, Sharon Stone, and Tony Hawk all poured into Phoenix to catch Celebrity Fight Night, a charity event benefiting Parkinson’s research, with most of the money going to the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center. With 1,300 people shelling out $2,000 a pop…*mentally computes*…dear gods, that is a huge amount. And that’s just for attending the event. Other activities during the gala included a celebrity auction, which I’m sure helped swell amount to be donated even further.

This article on The Scotsman talks about eco-fashion and also mentions Ciel, which is an environmentally-conscious fashion brand favored by the likes of Cate Blanchett and Sienna Miller, and a couple of other US-based eco-fashion companies.

Pink Is The New Blog has just posted a picture of Jennifer Lopez swathed in fur. I wonder if she actually enjoys the fact that so many people get pissed off when she puts on fur, judging from the fact that protests and criticisms don’t appear to have stopped her from doing so. Just Jared also has photos of her dressed in a skull-patterned dress and a fur vest.

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