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Stars relax on a boat with Oprah at Google Camp


They’re red hot over global warming but happily burned up the gas in Italy.

Katy Perry, Orlando Bloom, Bradley Cooper and Oprah looked relaxed and unconcerned Saturday while boating around Sicily during Google’s star-studded climate summit.

The foursome’s gas-guzzling visit to the tiny island of Panarea came amid controversy at the three-day Google Camp fest, where some 200 stars took 114 private jets and partied aboard $400 million mega yachts.

Page Six reported that the flights alone pumped 864 tons of carbon dioxide into the air.

Attendees also hogged the roads with Maseratis, Ferraris, Porches and high-end SUVs.

Orlando Bloom swims.Agostino Fabio / MEGA

Google used the Verdura Resort to host its seaside soiree, which cost the tech giant a reported $20 million.

In addition to its focus on climate change, the event also addressed human rights, politics and online privacy.

Though the talks ended Thursday, many celebs stuck around town for the weekend.

This group of four took a small rubber boat to the island — full-sized motorboats are apparently forbidden from the area.

While on the isle, the crew took dips in the water and shopped around.

Katy PerryAgostino Fabio/MEGA

The exclusive and ultra-wasteful camp included a barefoot speech from Prince Harry, who made waves by announcing he and Megan Markle would only be having one more child (in addition to newborn son Archie) because of the worsening condition of the planet.

He apparently didn’t give the same consideration when it came to his travel.

The royal recycler flew on both a private jet and helicopter to get to the island greenfest, all paid for by Google, reports the Daily Mail.

Other stars spotted at the gathering included Leonardo DiCaprio, Diane Von Furstenberg, Naomi Campbell, and Harry Styles.

Former President Obama was rumored to be speaking, though he never showed.

Locals got the trashy end of the deal.

Police in the small town of Selinunte, where the summit took place, warned residents to not look out their windows or gawk at the invading stars, the Daily Mail reports.



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