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Celebs Talk Green at Hairspray Premiere

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Interestingly, it seems like the interviews at the London premiere of Hairspray turned to environmental issues, and with Live Earth finally being unleashed tomorrow, (it’s already July 7 here, but sadly, the event won’t be shown here), stars everywhere are showing their pride and talking about their green allegiance. Sarah Michelle Gellar, Freddie Prinze, Jr., and Andy Serkis are just a few of the celebrities who talked about the eco-friendly changes they’re making.

ITV reports that, “Hollywood couple Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jnr are also fans of the car. When asked if she’s considerate of the environment the Buffy star said: “Are you kidding, we drive two Prius at home.”

Hmm, probably not the best thing to have two vehicles, but it’s still a lot better than having one eco-friendly car and having one that’s a complete gas-guzzler. Now we’re definitely going to have to stay even more alert for celebs going green!

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