Hi, I'm Whitney Lauritsen, and welcome to another episode of Ecorazzi's Good Gossip, where you can get the scoop without feeling guilty.
Heather Morris of Glee recently did a photoshoot with make up designed to look like she had a black eye. The photos were widely criticized for their controversial content so photographer Tyler Shield reacted by donating some of the proceeds to domestic violence organizations.
If you'd like to help out, you can buy a photo for $100,000 or you can just pay more attention to Heather Morris so she doesn't have to resort to these types of publicity stunts.
Hollywood is breaking ground in its first sustainable park. It'll feature a water collection system, recycled benches, solar powered trash compactors, a butterfly garden, and an exercise station.
It's set to open in March 2012 and you better believe I'll be first in line. Oh, wait... it's Hollywood, Florida. Nevermind.
Professional surfer Kelly Slater said via Twitter that if Japan stops slaughtering dolphins this year, he'd donate $100,000 to the Fukushima relief.
Though the Nuclear Fallout Fund doesn't have much to do with dolphins, he said it's just leverage to stop the slaughtering. However, he'd donate the money to the power plant anyways. So it doesn't look so good for the porpoise.
Mark Wahlberg said he's interested in launching a wellness business to help Americans get fit and eat right, which is interesting given that he and his brother Donny recently revealed plans to open a pizza parlor and a joint called Wahlbergers in Boston, Mass.
But who knows? Maybe they plan on serving up healthy vegan pies and veggie burgers.
Online dating site OkCupid did some research on their users and found that vegetarians enjoy giving oral sex more than meat eaters do, which just adds to PETA's claims that vegetarians have better sex.
Looks like vegetarians are about to get really lucky. Alright!
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I'm Whitney Lauritsen, thanks so much for watching, and I will see you next week.