Positive Paparazzi: Win A Date With Harry Styles And Liam Payne For Charity

1D fans, remain calm. I repeat: sit down and take a deep breath. It is my pleasure to inform you that Harry Styles and Liam Payne will SPEND QUALITY TIME WITH YOU for Treckstock, a non-profit that supports young people with cancer. Are you spazzing with joy for this opportunity? You should be because I'm not making this up:

Omgur.

Okay, catch your breath again, you adorable spaz, because here's more good news from the rich and the famous:

Before his passing, James Gandolfini made sure a large sum of his money would go to a friend's autistic son. Doug Katz's 12 year-old boy, Andrew, just became $50,000 richer.

Have you been keeping tabs on Ted Turner? You definitely should if you care about the empowerment of women, mkay? Mkay.

Chris Brown edged yet a littler closer to the light side when he recently granted the wish of a sick teen in Fairfax.

Toby Keith, Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood put on a show for Oklahoma tornado victims. Nothin like a little music to soothe the wearied soul.

You probably don't need any more reasons to go see the second cinematic installment of The Hunger Games, but if you DO, then you'll be glad to know that Catching Fire will be working with Subway to help Feed America when it premiers November 22.

Bon Jovi also helped edge off the pain of natural disasters when he gave some serious dough to his home state of NJ to help with Super Storm Sandy relief.

This 4th of July was more like Christmas for the homeless family that crossed paths with Britney Spears. In an act of bona fide benevolence, Spears gave the family a few $100 bills.

Ed Sheeran the lovable red head that sings all those emotionally compromising songs about stuff, has created a special guitar for East Anglia Children's Hospice in order to promote the center and raise funds.

Vivica A. Fox, Eric Estrada and Derek Savage are starring in a new video that focuses on anti-bullying and gun safety. I've MISSED Vivica! Sheesh, glad she's edging back in the limelight. Love it.

Great googly moogly, that was a lot of Grade A-List Goodness. Here's to the celebs, the red carpet royals, and the pop sensations that made someone's day, week, or year, and restored our faith in humanity a little more. Cheers to THAT. Peace and love, y'all.

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