Madonna...Still the Material Girl
Madonna urged us all to save our planet at Live Earth. But, obviously her claim to care doesn't apply to her own material needs: There's not much eco-friendly noise on Madonna's "Sticky and Sweet" tour. Her crew released the goods needed for her 45-day world tour on the singer's website. Among the items: 3,500 pieces of clothing, 120 powder puffs, 100 pairs of kneepads, 12 traveling trampolines, 200 makeup sponges, 69 guitars...amd 4 YSL lipsticks. Only 4 lipsticks to cover entire tour? Perhaps, that's Madonna's way of reducing her carbon footprint.
Read the Entire List: Madonna's website
Kid Rock Bashes Celebrity
The stars are flocking to Denver now that the Democratic convention is under way, but one star you won't find there is Kid Rock. The musician bashes all the celebrities talking politics. His comments aren't on eco-hearted stars, but thought some of you celeb-haters might enjoy. During a recent interview with CMT Insider, Kid Rock revealed, "I truly believe people like myself, who are in a position of entertainers in the limelight should keep their mouth shut on politics. Because at the end of the day, let me tell you what I'm good at: I'm good at writing songs and singing. What I'm not educated in is the field of political science. And so for me to be sharing my view and influencing people of who I think they should be voting for...I think would be very irresponsible on my part. So I'll just keep my mouth shut on that."
Gwen Stefani Donates Maternity Clothes
Gwen's son, Zuma Nesta Rock (yup that's his name) is only a few days old, but she's already recycling her maternity clothes. The rocker mom donated her Isabella Oliver top to the designer's charity auction, which benefits children's charities. Stefani, along with fellow Hollywood moms Nancy O'Dell, Julianna Marguiles, and Melissa Joan Hart have all given up Isabella Oliver items to be auctioned off at the Clothes Off Our Back website.
George's Green Heart
The 47-year-old Clooney wants to be more like his good pal and eco-champ, Brad Pitt. Clooney admires Pitt's work re-building eco-friendly homes in New Orleans, saying, "Brad went there, builds houses...he can do a lot of other things with his time. He and Angie really put their money where their mouth is." Clooney wants to invest more cash in Pitt's New Orleans foundation, Make It Right, which is building 150 self-sustaining homes in the region. Clooney already donated $300 thousand and is planning to put in more money soon.
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Madonna's Carbon Tour, Kid Rock's Political Rant, George Clooney's Eco-Donation, and More
Madonna...Still the Material Girl Madonna urged us all to save our planet at Live Earth. But, obviously her claim to care doesn't apply to her own material needs: There's not much eco-friendly noise on Madonna's "Sticky and Sweet" tour. Her crew