Some Senators Blast Golden Globes Over E-Cigs
Some senators are blasting the Golden Globes award show for showing stars smoking e-cigarettes, while fashionistas say one star committed a big fashion faux pas. INSIDE EDITION explains.
Holy smokes! The Golden Globes are being slammed for glamorizing electronic cigarettes.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus puffed away on the controversial device as part of a gag with hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. Julia was spoofing snobby Hollywood behavior.
Best Actor for The Wolf of Wall Street Leonardo DiCaprio could also be seen taking a drag from an e-cig during the broadcast.
"We are troubled that these images glamorize smoking and serve as celebrity endorsements that could encourage young fans to begin smoking traditional cigarettes or e-cigarettes," said four democratic Senators in an open letter to producers.
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