Hilary Duff Bans Confetti Use At Concerts

MTV News reports that is no longer using confetti at her concerts after learning during her environmental science class on Harvard online that the excess paper is bad for the environment. “It’s so weird now how much I conserve,” she said. “I turn the lights out, and no more confetti, because that’s not recyclable. I did the math for the amount we used, multiplied by 36 shows? We don’t need it.” The teen queen admits taking the class is really hard with her schedule, since she has to read 50 pages three times a week, but she loves what she’s learned “about the ozone layer, about waste management.” “It’s so fun!” she said.

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6 thoughts on “Hilary Duff Bans Confetti Use At Concerts

  1. popstar says:

    Ah, don’t be like that. It’s biodegradable. I litter all the time & you don’t see me stopping.

  2. lilla says:

    well that’s just stupid. why litter when there’s bins everywhere?

  3. popstar says:

    because it throws everyone into a tizzy & it’s hilarious. Do you really believe my trash is destroying the planet? Or that we’re all going to die if there are no more trees? It’s all made up so someone else won’t have to pick up after you.

  4. Michelle13105 says:

    Well I guess we can count out confetti for any Good Charlotte concerts now..darn!

  5. lilbrookiie says:

    hilary is soo sweet. I’m glad she cares about the environment.

  6. lilla says:

    doing it to make people angry is stupid, they get mad because they care. If there was an asteroid plummeting towards the earth, would you tease and poke fun at the scientists as they tried to destroy it? ‘are we all going to die if there are no more trees’ well we’re not going to better off are we, trees clean the air and create a large portion of oxygen, I’m glad Hilary realizes their importance. And littering to get a reaction is not going to kill the planet, but I think its part of a bigger problem which is a lack of respect for the planet

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