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Simon Cowell Voted Biggest Celebrity Polluter

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Yes, yes, in the past we’ve Simon props for his goodwill, but that doesn’t necessarily mean he’s any kind of green hero. In fact, whatcar.com recently made a top ten list of the biggest celebrity polluters and Mr. American Idol himself ranked numero uno on el listo. 

So now for your viewing pleasure…THE TOP 10 CELEBRITY SMOG PEDDLERS!!! Drum roll please!

1. Simon Cowell
Average carbon emissions 457g/km
Cars owned Bugatti Veyron, Ferrari F430, Rolls-Royce Phantom

2. Jay Kay
Average carbon emissions 444g/km
Cars owned Bentley S1 Continental, Ferrari Enzo, Rolls-Royce Phantom

3. David Beckham
Average carbon emissions 421g/km
Cars owned Bentley Arnage, Bentley Continental GT, Hummer H2, Lamborghini Gallardo

4. Rowan Atkinson
Average carbon emissions 398 g/km
Cars owned Aston Martin DB7 Vantage, Audi A8, Bugatti Veyron

5. 50 Cent
Average carbon emissions 394.5g/km
Cars owned Hummer H2, Rolls-Royce Phantom

And that’s just the first five. If you want to see the rest then carpool on over to whatcar.com and prepare to scoff!

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