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Justin Bieber's Christmas Album, Jake Gyllenhaal Gardening, Amy Winehouse Foundation: Good Gossip #6

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Uploaded on Aug 30, 2011

This week on Ecorazzi's Good Gossip, Justin Bieber announces a Christmas album, Jake Gyllenhaal shows off his love for gardening, and we nominate the douchebag of the year.
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Hi, I'm Whitney Lauritsen, and welcome to another episode of Ecorazzi's Good Gossip, where you can get the scoop without feeling guilty.

Justin Bieber is taking time off from touring to record a Christmas album for charity. The winter season started trending on Twitter after the heartthrob asked for suggestions for the album name.

My favorites? One Lonely Elf and Justin Bieber, Christmas Fever. I'm pretty sure the Grammy's already in the bag for that one.

Whoopi Goldberg adopted a cat that was thrown from a moving car in New York City. Two months before going home with Whoopi, the young kitty was found near death under an underpass.

Just like the Sister Act three screenplay. Sorry, that was low.

Last week Ecorazzi reported that Leonardo DiCaprio bought his girlfriend, Blake Lively, a Prius to help her be more eco-friendly. But it turns out that was just a rumor.

Which means he either doesn't care about the environment as much as we thought he does or he isn't that into Blake. You know which one we're hoping for.

Jake Gyllenhaal recently took part in a program to teach inner-city children about sustainable farming and health. Jake said he believes in the importance of growing your own food.

Which is really cool, except it kind of overshadows Roseanne Barr's recent announcement. But it's totally fine with me, I mean... Jake Gyllenhaal's a farmer? So hot!

A man in the UK purchased AmyWinehouseFoundation.com just one week after the singer's death and is now holding the domain name ransom from the Winehouse family.

Upon being contacted, he defended his actions, saying it was a business move in an effort to win the coveted "Biggest Douchebag in the World Award".

What was that? Oh! I'm sorry, he didn't say that, the rest of the world did. Jerk.

That's all I have for you today, but tune in every Wednesday here on YouTube for the latest episode of Ecorazzi's Good Gossip. Be sure to subscribe so you're the first to know when we have a new video, follow us on Facebook and Twitter for the latest eco-gossip, and of course visit ecorazzi.com for the entire scoop.

I'm Whitney Lauritsen, thanks for watching, and I'll see you next time.

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