Bravo's The Dish has released a list of the sexiest green celebs in the world. While obvious picks Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Cameron Diaz, and Alicia Silverstone do appear, perhaps the most interesting choice is music legend Willie Nelson. While The Dish praises Nelson for his entrepreneurial spirit in the area of <acronym title="Biodiesel: Biodegradable, nontoxic, low-emissions fuel, derived from renewable resources that can be used in diesel engines.">biodiesel</acronym>, it remains unclear what exactly qualifies the aging, furry, elf-ish troubadour as "sexy."
In other "sexy celeb" news, Goveg.com opened the voting for the title of "World's Sexiest Vegetarian." While last year's winners remain on the ballot this year along with Carrie Underwood, Alec Baldwin, and Fiona Apple, if Goveg's voters take a cue from The Dish, they're more likely to elect candidates Don Imus and Chelsea Clinton.
Although The Governator has made many dramatic steps to fight climate change in California and converted some of his monster vehicles to run on alternative fuels, he faces an uphill battle to curb the environmental nightmare of suburban sprawl, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. Critics say that if Arnold would simply allow residences to be built on his shoulders, arms, and back, thousands of acres of undeveloped land would be preserved.
Paul Newman, who owns an <acronym title="Organic: Foods that are grown and produced without the use of artificial or man-made pesticides, fertilizers, additives and genetically modified organisms.">organic</acronym> restaurant with LIME's Michel Nischan, says he's retiring from the acting business. "You start to lose your memory, you start to lose your confidence, you start to lose your invention. So I think that's pretty much a closed book for me," Newman said. In a related story, hundreds of amateur screenwriters finally gave up on Cool Hand Luke II: The Seniors' Cell.
Country singer Keith Urban's next tour of the United States will be completely fueled by biodiesel, reports Ecorazzi. "I'm especially proud to be able to do what I can," says Urban. Careful there, Keith. One more step in the sensitive, level-headed direction and you could end up like the Dixie Chicks.