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Green Is Hot: Paris Hilton Wishes Hybrids Were Cuter

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“I like hybrids, but a lot of them aren’t that cute. I’m thinking silver … or maybe I’ll get a green one!” — Paris Hilton

In our quest to continue giving you all the latest on Paris Hilton’s eco-friendly transformation, our friends over at AutoBlogGreen have posted video of Paris Hilton in Adrian Grenier’s Prius (which sadly, isn’t nearly as interesting to the paparazzi as tag-teaming it with Lohan and Spears last year.)

The two were out together to visit the “For the Love of Honey” art exhibit by Louis Carreo. Grenier continues to maintain that his relationship with Hilton is purely platonic and we’re happy to see the two together; if only for Adrian to push the heiress in a greener direction. At the Forest Ethics premiere for The 11th Hour a couple weeks back, Young Hollywood had a chance to catch up with the Entourage star and inquire about his eco-friendly initiatives and a new documentary. Our favorite quote came when Grenier was asked about the importance of DiCaprio’s latest film: “Hopefully it will bring enough awareness that people will want to get off their asses and do something about this mounting problem.” Well said, well said.

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