Positive Paparazzi: Amy Poehler's Speech About Helping Orphans Will Move You To Tears
As if he wasn't making every living creature swoon enough, Gilles Marini is now a Pink Warrior in the fight against breast cancer. Someone get me a paper bag.
On Oct. 24, Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton will attend a benefit gala for 100 Women in Hedge Funds, a non-profit of professionals that raises money for women's health, mentoring and education programs.
Nick Cannon paid a heartwarming visit to St. Mary's Children Hospital.
Amy Poehler and Jon Hamm had the utterly brilliant idea to throw an Emmy after party for losers. Winners were allowed in if they donated $1,000 to Worldwide Orphans. They raised $30,000. Buh-rilliant.
The students at the University of Wisconsin Madison got a surprise voice message from Bill Mahr. The comedian and talk show host urged them on behalf of PETA to stop their cruel and sometimes deadly experiments on cats.
Keith Urban has launched a line of affordable guitars to help aspiring musicians get an edge on making music.
Sofía Vergara went on Chelsea Lately and it was perfect. Just like everything else Sofía Vergara does.
In October of last year, a 16-year-old Pakistani activist, Malala Yousafzai, was shot in the head by the Taliban for campaigning for women's education in the region. One year later she was presented with the Teenager of Courage Award at the Pride of Britain Awards by none other than David Beckham.
And here's Amy Poehler owning it. Enjoy:
What a week for the A (List) Team. Here's to the stars that cared for many others, inspired us to do the same, and restored our faith in humanity a little more. Cheers to THAT.