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Paris Goes Green In A Not-Really-But-It’s-Free Kind Of Way

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Standing on the sidelines while everyone’s attention is focused on gal-pal Lindsay Lohan’s troubles, Paris Hilton has been quietly addressing her new image makeover/lesson learned  lifestyle.

First up, some new wheels. While the hotel heiress was attending BPM Music Magazine’s “green party” in LA the other night, she announced, “I’m getting a car from Ford, a hybrid one. They gave me one. So, I think driving hybrid cars is the new way to go, and recycling.”

Profound. What an amazing change of heart — from someone whom we can purely say is jumping on the green bandwagon without really knowing anything about the entire movement at all. But will it stick? For her children’s sake, Paris hopes so.

“She said: ‘On my MySpace, I’m going to start writing about ways kids can help save the world, because anyone can do it, no matter how old you are or where you’re from. I just want this world to be a better place for my grandchildren. I’m scared with what’s going on in the environment, so I hope people will help and make a difference. Everyone can.'”

Uh huh.

via Tonight 

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