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Orlando Bloom's Water Conservation Has Girlfriend Wrinkling Nose

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While we’ve no doubt the credibility of this rumor (it came from an ‘anonymous’ source who revealed all to the cradle of truth known as The Star), we thought you might be interested to know that Orlando Bloom smells. This, according to on-again, off-again girlfriend Miranda Kerr (wait a minute, what happened to Rumer Willis?) who insists the star needs to raise his standards of personal hygiene. Here’s the DL,

“‘Miranda thinks Orlando is too smelly. Recently, she asked him if he could wash his clothes and perhaps shower more often.” When he’s not working on a film, the Pirates of the Caribbean star, 31, ‘goes days without washing his clothes,’ adds the source. ‘He’ll wear the same jeans for a week before he throws them in the washer. Same goes for his sweaters, T-shirts and socks.'”

The source also add that Orlando doesn’t help matters by sleeping with his dog, Sidi, and allowing her to slobber all over him.

So ladies, there you have it. If you can get past his man smell, good looks, love for animals, and eco-friendly water conservation habits, we’re pretty sure you’ll find a decent human being under there. Anyone out there willing to help him with his laundry?

via green daily 

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