The series is set on the road in a 10-city tour across America, in which Ludacris and Tommy Lee (and their respective teams) battle against each other to see who can keep their act “more green”. Throughout the tour they also battle to get the word out about the state of the environment. The battle culminates in a “green” carpet benefit concert at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, California.
The winner of the 10-part battle gets to headline the concert while the loser faces shame as the opening act. The concert raised over $33,000 including a donation from Treeland, benefiting the renewal of Griffith Park which was devastated by recent wildfires. Musical acts featured in the benefit concert and final episode of the series include: Tommy Lee, Ludacris, Comedian Tommy Davidson, Train, Switchfoot, Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top with Slash and Duff McKagan, Ziggy Marley, The Blue Man Group, Robby Krieger of the Doors, Bowling for Soup, Dee Snider and Rock Star Supernova.
- Ludacris’s team is composed of
- Cousin SeSean Bridges
- Rapper Big Willie Box
- Rapper Tony “4 IZE” Hayes III
- Tommy Lee’s team is composed of
- Musician Johnny Colt
- MTV personality Dave “Diggity Dave” Aragon
- Musician Nina Bergman
The show will also include several 30 second spots called “Pass it Ons”, featuring an eclectic group of celebrities who offer green tips to viewers. The “Pass it Ons” run during the shows throughout the 10-episode season. Some of the celebrities who recorded pass it ons include: Mike Rowe of the Discovery Channel show "Dirty Jobs", Maria Menounos of Access Hollywood, Hall of Fame basketball player Magic Johnson, comedian Wayne Brady, musician Travis Tritt, Gene Simmons and the other members of Kiss, musician Dee Snider and illusionist Criss Angel.
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