What’s in the $200,000 Oscars gift bag?

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Following criticisms two years in a row about the lack of diversity with Oscar nominees, the president of the organization behind the awards show has spoken out. Cheryl Boone Isaacs, the president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, issued a statement Thursday evening saying that she was "both heartbroken and frustrated about the lack of inclusion."

(CNN) — Don’t feel bad for the losers at this year’s Academy Awards ceremony — they won’t be leaving empty-handed.

According to The Daily Beast, this year’s Oscars gift bag will contain a record $200,000 worth of swag.

Distinctive Assets, the company that puts the bags together, describes this year’s haul as “once again a blend of fabulous, fun and functional items meant to thrill and pamper those who may have everything money can buy but still savor the simple joy of a gift.”

The bag reportedly includes high-end items such as a 10-day, first-class trip to Israel valued at $55,000 and a year of unlimited Audi car rentals from Silvercar, said to be worth $45,000.

There are also a few less expensive items, including three private training sessions with “celebrity wellness expert” and star of ABC’s “My Diet Is Better Than Yours” Jay Cardiello, valued at $1,400, and a Haze Dual V3 Vaporizer, which retails for $249.99.

But the most interesting item might be the voucher for the “Vampire Breast Lift,” which is described as “the new secret ‘must have’ in Hollywood” and is said to use “blood-derived growth factors to revive rounder cleavage without implants.”

The 88th Academy Awards will air live at 7 p.m. ET on February 28 on ABC.

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