Positive Paparazzi: Lady Gaga Rocks The National Anthem For Pride Week

Lady Gaga took a break from taking a break and stepped BACK into the lime light by singing the National Anthem in honor of NYC Pride.

Angelina Jolie had an equally powerful appearance at the UN. Get it, Ms. Jolie.

The UN seems to be the place for actresses to show their social smarts (let's make #socialsmarts a thing. Ready, go.), as Geena Davis recently joined UN Women to study the portrayal of women in films.

Neil Diamond could probably serenade any person within earshot into a swooning daze, so he decided to put his talents to super-good use and recorded a song just for Boston. Ya got that? Man wrote a song for a whole city. Dang.

Matthew Perry has been battling addiction since before he and Monica became the Bings. In his good, Bing-y graces, the Friends star has converted his home into a recovery center for addicts.

Get this: Selena Gomez wants you to walk. Now, before you shout at your computer screen, "MAKE ME," or  "JEEZ SOMEONE'S HIGH AND MIGHTY WITH HER CELEBRITY WALKING ROUTINE," or "I'D RATHER DIIIE," chill. It's for charity.

Robbie Rogers, the first openly gay athlete in major league soccer, has some gorgeous useful advice to keep your pets safe this Fourth of July. Puppy love just got 294 times more attractive important.

Carly Rae Jepson and Natale Morales stepped out to help Seventeen congratulate the magazine's Pretty Amazing Women contest finalists. The winner will receive a $10,000 scholarship from Neutrogena.

Diva extraordinaire, Christina Aguileira made a "stripped down" (no make up) visit to Rwanda to launch several charity projects, "sources" say. Oh those sources, so with it!

Did you think going backstage with Beyoncé could get any better? How about going backstage with Beyoncé for charity? How's that sound? Are you dying? Are you? ARE YOU? I am. Holy lord in heaven I would die and come back to life a booty bouncin zombie. SHOOT.

Well, gosh dang. This was a darn good week. Heck! Here's to the celebs that spoke for those who couldn't speak for themselves, sang for those who needed a little song in their lives and guilted us all into exercising for charity. Cheers to THAT. Happy Fourth of JOOLAI BABY!

Farm Becomes Sanctuary for Animals After Tragedy

The impetus for the creation of the Ima Survivor Animal Sanctuary was the awful week in August 2017 when Hurricane Harvey meandered about southeast Texas unleashing biblical amounts of rain and wreaking havoc on the people and animals who lived there. The survival of a donkey named Ima Jean from 6 foot flood waters, her struggle to live and the fight to survive by her and the other animals from Lester Morrow's ranch is the inspiration for this unique habitat.

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Skid Row Carnival of Love Highlights Help for Homeless

Help us celebrate this year's 6th Annual "Skid Row Carnival of Love" on SAT January 25th, 2020. This event promotes human kindness for those experiencing homelessness in and around downtown Los Angeles. To commemorate the event, OGTV is sharing the story we premiered in June, 2019... so watch, enjoy, and support this humanitarian effort.

Skid Row – the image that immediately comes to mind is not pretty… a desolate street with boarded up windows…downtrodden people lurking in the shadows...broken glass…darkness…despair ... The Skid Row Carnival of Love is an initiative that is working to build community by providing resources and love to an often forgotten, and overlooked sector of one our largest cities: Los Angeles' homeless population of Skid Row. For one day, it's all about unconditional love and coming together as a community.

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Rescue, Transform, Share: How an Ohio Soup Shack Is Saving Lives

"It really does take a village to help people," says Sandra Lettie, a volunteer with La Soupe in Cincinnati, Ohio. La Soupe is helping to build and activate just such a "village" of compassionate people from the local area around the goal of producing food from discarded produce and providing it to families in need.

According to La Soupe's CEO, Suzy DeYoung, the organization's central mission is to "rescue, transform, and share." First, volunteers with La Soupe visit grocery stores and farms to pick up produce that was going to be discarded and "rescue" it for use in the soups that the team creates. That produce is then "transformed" into healthy, delicious food by the chefs at La Soupe. Finally, the food is "shared" with those in the local community who need it.

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Sweepstakes Winner Gets Unforgettable NASCAR Experience!

Stacy Comilang from Preston, CT., likes to think of herself as a "need for speed" kind of girl. She is a fan of NASCAR and had been to a few races while growing up in California. Even though she has never driven in a car much faster than the speed limit, or been in a race car, she would love to do both. Little did she know that when she casually entered a sweepstakes on the Coke website this past spring, that both of these dreams would soon come true!

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Man Goes on Cross-Country Hugging Tour To Spread Love

Hugging is considered to be a rather intimate form of affection across the US. Everyone hugs, but rarely do we ever hug strangers. Arie Moyal is willing to do just that. He is the founder and creator of the Hug Train, a national tour of free hugs to promote mental health awareness. Arie travels across the country giving hugs to strangers who are willing to give him an embrace.

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Dan's Coffee Runs Bring Warmth To Chemo Patients and Staff

Coffee and a smile are sometimes the best medicine. When Dan Dewey's father was being treated for cancer, Dan found himself following a routine in a situation which needed a little perking up.

Thus began what has become known as "Dan's Coffee Run". Every Thursday morning, Dan does a special coffee run for the staff and patients at the Michigan Cancer Institute in Bloomfield Hills, bringing Starbucks Coffee and a lot of smiles to the patients and providers at the cancer treatment center.

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This Organization Feeds Their Entire Community

If you are a kid and your bed is a lumpy, old couch or a cold, hard floor and you leave home for school without a regular breakfast, you will not excel in your classes. This daily struggle is shockingly common in many areas of the country and it sets many children on a downward spiral at an early age that is difficult to recover from. This is where Meals By Grace is making a difference.

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Anonymous Authors of Love Letters Uplift The Lonely

While it is exciting to see the bold type of a newly arrived email from an old friend or the pulsing dots of a long awaited text, there is still something special about the arrival of a hand written, stamped envelope in your home mailbox.

For those who are facing personal difficulties, adjusting to new circumstances, or just feeling isolated, the physical experience of handling a letter, opening the sealed side of the envelope, and sliding out a beautiful card brings the thrill and anticipation of contact with another person, something they may been missing for long time. Fulfilling this need is at the heart of an inspiring organization called "The World Needs More Love letters".

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