Gore, DiCaprio, Jolie And Bono Are On A Plane To SAve The Planet: Depp Still Smoking
FAMED green activists Arnold Schwarzenegger, Al Gore, Bono of U2, Leonardo DiCaprio and Angelina Jolie are going to be occasional users of aviation fuel:
Haute 100 Los Angeles members Leonardo DiCaprio and Angelina Jolie will be leading a star-studded crew of celebrities to Durban, South Africa in three weeks for the 17th Conference of Parties (COP17) climate change conference, the single biggest event in the city’s history.
The renowned activists will be joined by the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Al Gore, Bono of U2, and others. The city’s hotels are completely booked through, including those in areas outside of Durban. The event is estimated to bring the area’s hospitality industry over R500 million (approximately $63.3 million).
Haute living, indeed. Meanwhile, one celeb preaching a different kind of lifestyle from on high is Johnny Depp:
“On a private plane you can smoke. It makes it an incredibly expensive habit, of course.”
Who’d you rather sit next to?