Celebs spark outrage with flawless lawns during water shortage

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What Drought? Celebs Lawns Look Flawless During Cali Water Shortage

Sunny California is in its fourth year of a crippling drought and water conscious residents are taking to social media to shame H2O wasters.

The hashtag #droughtshaming is gaining popularity with tweetslike these showing the average joe wasting water - but celebrities might be the worst offenders.

New photos have surfaced showing just how lush A-lister's landscaping appears when most of the state looks like brown, barren and dry.

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Celebs spark outrage with flawless lawns during water shortage

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's home.

(Photo by John Chapple/Splash News)

Khloe Kardashian's home.

(Photo by John Chapple/Splash News)

Cher's home.

(Photo by John Chapple/Splash News)

"I felt so guilty taking a bath last night due to the drought that I am now using the water for anything I can! If you are a Californian I hope you are doing what ever you can to conserve our water! Ps I'm not an alien the water is green because of my bubble bath! đź’š"

(Photo by kellyosbourne via Instagram)

"Here's a little #droughtshaming in Brentwood to start your Thursday. đź‘Ž"

(Photo by Turf Terminators via Twitter)

"@SanDiego6 Doriana apartments #droughtshaming been on 10 min"

(Photo by PAULFIERCE via Twitter)

In this April 3, 2015 aerial file photo, lush green golf courses border the edge of the desert in Palm Springs, Calif. Pressed by the fourth year of bone-dry weather and the threat of state-mandated water cuts, some of the poshest courses in California are ceding back to nature some of their manicured green, installing high-tech moisture monitoring systems and letting the turf they don't rip up turn just a little bit brown. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson, File)
Homes with swimming pools border the desert of this neighborhood Friday, April 3, 2015, in Cathedral City, Calif. California Gov. Jerry Brown ordered officials Wednesday to impose statewide mandatory water restrictions for the first time in history as surveyors found the lowest snow level in the Sierra Nevada snowpack in 65 years of record-keeping. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)
In this aerial photo taken Tuesday, April 28, 2015, a spillway sits more than a 100 yards away from the water level of Lake McClure in Mariposa County Northeast of Merced, Calif. The State Water Resources Control Board is considering sweeping mandatory emergency regulations to protect water supplies as water levels at some of California's lakes and reservoirs continue to decline.(AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)
Cy Bodden from the San Diego company LawnLift sprays their Grass Paint product to enhance the green color as water restrictions take their toll during a severe drought in San Diego and California on May 12, 2015. California recently announced sweeping statewide water restrictions for the first time in history to combat the region's devastating drought, the worst since records began. AFP PHOTO/ MARK RALSTON (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
A home with a swimming pool sits near hillside, Thursday April 2, 2015, in Altadena, Calif. California Gov Jerry Brown on Wednesday, April 1, ordered a mandatory 25 percent overall cutback in water use by cities and towns, but not farms, in the most sweeping drought measure in history by the United States’ largest state economy. The water crackdown comes as California moves toward its fourth summer of drought after record low winter snowfall, leaving the state with a year’s worth of water stored in its reservoirs, and dwindling groundwater for wells. (AP Photo/Ringo H.W. Chiu)
A water holding pond at the Orange County Water District, recharge facility is filled to less then 20 percent of it's capacity, Wednesday, May 6, 2015 in Anaheim, Calif. The State Water Resources Control Board approved new restrictions Tuesday that include a mandatory target for each local water agency to reduce consumption. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)
This Sunday, April 19, 2015 photo shows Kris Widger mountain biking through dry vegetation in the Santa Monica Mountains in the Topanga area of Los Angeles. Riders are finding trails cracked, dusty and grasses much drier than usual because of the drought. (AP Photo/Brian Melley)
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Apparently water conservation isn't a priority if you're a Kardashian. Kim and Kanye's home features vibrant green grass, a great big swimming pool.

Khloe Kardashian's yard is full of all sorts of greenery and obviously she has a pool.

The Kardashians aren't the only ones with bright green lawns. Cher's home shows zero signs of drought either.

But not all celebs think they're Kevin Costner in Waterworld. Kelly Osbourne recently posted this to Instagram basically drought shaming herself. In the post she says she felt so bad after taking a bubble bath she was scooping out the water to use it for other things.

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