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Electronic cigarettes seem to be making more headlines than ever before these days. The e-cigarette craze is really starting to become even more evident in the United States, where more smokers can be seen using e-cigarettes in public areas where the smoking ban is now in effect, especially in bars, nightclubs and restaurants. Electronic cigarettes are starting to become more popular with the Hollywood crowd too.

You may not even notice that a celebrity is puffing an e-cig instead of smoking a tobacco cigarette. Most people can’t tell the difference when they see someone puffing an e-cigarette from a distance. However, there have been several celebrities that have been seen out in public with their e-cigarette of choice. For example, famous celebrities such as Leonardo DiCaprio, Kevin Federline, Danny Bonaduce, Johnny Depp, Entourage’s Kevin Connolly, famous musician Tom Petty and American Idol’s Ryan Seacrest and former baseball star Jose Conseco have all been seen using an e-cigarette.

Several famous actresses have also been known to puff on electronic cigarettes. Twilight’s Nikki Reed, Taryn Manning and Kate Moss are all e-cigarette smokers. So, what is it that attracts these famous people to e-cigarettes instead of tobacco cigarettes? Well, the answer is probably different for each of these stars, just as it is different for every smoker that has made the switch to e-cigs. Many consumers switch to electronic cigarettes to save money, but saving money really isn’t an issue for most famous people. Are these stars puffing e-cigs because they prefer them to tobacco cigarettes or are they actually using them to try to quit their tobacco habit? I guess we really won’t know until we ask, right?

With so many actors and actresses using e-cigs, doesn’t it seem strange that you really don’t see electronic cigarettes on the big screen? We’ve all seen plenty of movies where an actor or actress is smoking a tobacco cigarette or a cigar, so when will we start to see more e-cigarettes on the big screen? Only time will tell, but don’t be surprised if you start to see e-cigs more and more in the movies. In fact, don’t be surprised if you start to see regular people using e-cigarettes more and more often. When most Americans see a movie star using a particular product, whether it is in a movie or on the street, they take note and many people decide to try the product that their favorite movie star is using.

So, who will be the next big star that joins the e-cigarette phenomenon? Well, we will all just have to wait and see. One thing is for sure though, with the popularity of e-cigs skyrocketing right now, we are all sure to see e-cigarettes being used more frequently and by more famous people that are either trying to kick the tobacco habit or that just enjoy puffing an e-cig for pure pleasure. We don’t know for sure why these superstars decide to use e-cigarettes, but one thing is for sure, the use of e-cigarettes is on the rise in the US and electronic cigarettes show no signs of slowing down any time soon.

  • J. A. Drift

    January 25, 2011 #1 Author

    Catherine Heigl was vaping with Dave Letterman the other day!

  • Cheryll Norwood

    September 16, 2010 #2 Author

    I am a 25 year regular cigarette smoker. Here’s what has happened to me in just the first week of using only the E-cigarette and not smoking ANY regular cigarettes at all. My throat, ears and nose have cleared up a lot in that they don’t stop up and/or drain all the time. My ears used to ache and I would have to take allergy meds to un-stop them. I expect it will clear up even more as time goes on. I no longer “hack” in the mornings like I used to. I literally would cough for about 30 minutes and spit up “blackish” stuff. I am sure that was coming from my lungs….it means they are also starting to clear out. I can breathe so much easier, even after just one week. All of this is really important… but to me, here is the most important part. I took voice lessons for 4 years….my instructor told me that if I kept taking lessons and participating in recitals, I could probably be an opera singer. I could reach very high notes, however, I gradually screwed up my beautiful voice due to smoking. It is slowly coming back. I don’t know if I will ever reach the high notes I used to be able to, but just hearing myself sing on tape this last week, I sound better than I have in 15 years! Who knows….maybe it will come back enough that I can sing in a band again and feel good about it….I want to thank you for inventing this….it will prolong my life and I will be able to enjoy the new grandson I have for much longer now. Not to mention….I can use it anywhere and I no longer STINK like smoke! And now…I feel better because I am not exposing those I love to second hand smoke!
    Regards!
    J. Cheryll Norwood – Odessa, TX

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