10 Great Things Celebrities Did This Week
You most certainly want to celebrate Movember with
Ron Swanson Nick Offerman. Certainly, this is something you want to do.
Paul McCartney wrote an open letter to Russian President, Vladimir Putin, asking for the release of Greenpeace Protestors. Because if you can't level with Paul, than you're pretty much the biggest noob on the planet.
Sean Bean starred in a new Make-A-Wish ad, making it the first film in 30 years that he hasn't died in.
Birthday boy Leonardo DiCaprio celebrated his bdizzle in a most charitable way.
Kerry Washington is all smiles about her hosting SNL: "Best week of my life."
DJ and Producer Tiesto is encouraging people to donate blood for a chance to meet him in person.
Sia will be donating the proceeds from her duet with Eminem to an LGBT charity. #GETitSia
Zachary Levi also dished out some swag, humanitarian style, when he signed head-shots for a charity auction.
Beyoncé just can't seem to stop winning our hearts (not that they weren't already won) with her concert-antics. She recently knelt down on stage to sing a brief duet with an 11-year-old fan who is legally blind. "She's still on cloud nine."
Once more, Sarah Silvermann appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live to converse with her amicable ex, Jimmy Kimmel, and it was awkward, hilarious and educational. Yes, I said educational. This has happened more than once more than once, btw.
Here's to the celebs that changed the world, made someone's day, and made us laugh. When celebrities do good, we feel great. Cheers to THAT.