Positive Paparazzi: Jennifer Garner Should Definitely Win Celeb-Mom Of The Year
One Direction signed a wall for charity because of course they did, and that lucky 1m x 1m piece of wall has already received bids exceeding $5,000.
Rosario Dawson has joined the battle against domestic violence by partnering with the Allstate Foundation for the Purple Purse campaign to raise awareness of domestic abuse and the role finances play in helping survivors break free from violence.
In light of Kanye West's less-than-pleased reaction to Jimmy Kimmel's spoof on the rapper's interview with the BBC, Kimmel decided to take advantage of the spot-light and tweet about a charity event rather than dignify Kanye's rage with another angry response.
Jerry Seinfeld and Bruce Springsteen will stand up for heroes at a comedy and music event in November (take note of the pun in regards to Seinfeld being a stand up comedian... faantastic).
Puppy-dog-cute actor, Joey Lawrence, will host the Dog Hero Awards tomorrow! Swoon.
Robert DeNiro's wife has free coffee for YOU!
Madonna announces Art For Freedom grants program.
Singer Michael Franti gave a heartfelt goodbye via his Facebook page to a fan who recently passed away:
"Sending big love to Jenn Gerow and her support team who we visited in Hospice in Portland Maine. Jenn passed on this Tuesday. It was a blessing to spend time with her, laughing, singing, dancing, sharing stories and being in her peace. I am grateful to have shared a few moments of her life, held her hand while she smiled and listened to her sing "one step closer to you" with me. Thanks for leaving your fingerprints on my heart#doitforthelove."
Someone grab me all the tissues in the world and maybe even a few towels. Too much happy-crying. Here's to the celebs that got REAL with us, made the planet safer for our children, and gave us the warm and fuzzies with their kind, golden hearts. Cheers to THAT.