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Razzi Snap! Grenier Gets Green Down Under, Sheep Fear Tunstall, And Tyra Models Biodiesel

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top.jpgflowerEntourage star (and green coach to Paris Hilton) Adrian Grenier hits Australia this weekend to shoot scenes for an upcoming show. While the Aussie government was happy to lavish box AFL championship seats on the star; he turned them down in return for another request: that he be ferried around in eco-friendly cars. Nice. [more…]

flowerTyra Bank’s America’s Next Top Model recently brought a little green to the series by picking up the contestants in a mini-bus fueled by 100% biodiesel. Tyra said she wanted to “call attention to the environment” and take the show green. The potential models were less than impressed, however, with some of them asking, “Where’s the limo?” Alas.  [more…]

flowerSinger KT Tunstall’s new recording studio has been built using 100% reclaimed wood, sheep’s wool insulation, and solar panels. “I use bio-diesel fuel on my buses and carbon-neutralize the audience’s journey to the gigs. With this next album, a portion of the money is going towards investing in renewable energy sources in developing countries,” said the singer is a recent interview. Tunstall’s new album, Drastic Fantastic, is out now. [more…]

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