'Friends' star Matthew Perry spent a good portion of his early career dealing with an addiction to alcohol and opiates. Now that he's on the other side of it, he's turning one of his homes into a rehab facility.
Okay, if you didn't love Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker before, we bet you will now. 'The Amazing Spider-Man' star took a break from filming -- but not from his Spidey suit -- to play basketball with kids.
And it's on video.
Carrie Underwood has a somewhat inexplicable reputation as an ice queen, something she vehemently denies. And she may well have proved it by warming a lot of hearts with a huge charitable gesture.
The 'American Idol' alum and Checotah, Okla. native donated a whopping $1 million -- yes, million -- to relief efforts following the devastating tornadoes in her home state.
Occasional Queen Helen Mirren donned her Queenly garb once again, although this time it wasn't for the stage or to yell at drummers -- but to make a dying little boy's wish come true.
Add this to your list of reasons why Dame Helen Mirren is the effing best.
Amidst the decadence of the release of his film 'The Great Gatsby,' Leonardo DiCaprio is making good on his promise to help endangered animals and the environment, raising $38.8 million at a recent auction to benefit his charity.
Maybe this is why the ladies love him so much.
A group of children who helped out in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy got a special surprise during an advanced 'Iron Man 3' screening on Monday, April 29, when star Robert Downey Jr. showed up to thank them for their hard work.
Throat surgery seems to have gone very well for John Mayer. It gave him time to think about his life, prompting him to admit his wrongdoings to his many spurned ex-flames (even the ones who can't seem to get over him already).
And now he's expanded his humanitarian efforts to those who really need it -- by helping fix up some veterans' homes in Louisiana.
Adam Lambert recently joined up with AT&T to support the Trevor Project, which focuses on crisis assistance and suicide prevention in the LGBT community.
Now we have an adorable video to promote the cause.
'Saturday Night Live' comedian Jason Sudeikis and his lovely fiancee Olivia Wilde brought the yuks to Kansas City, Missouri to raise money for the cancer support group Gilda's Club, named after the late legendary 'SNL' comedienne Gilda Radner.
Leonardo DiCaprio, who's already a known do-gooder, gave Santa yet another reason to put him on the "nice" list this year -- the actor donated more than 60 large in support of gay rights at the GLAAD Media Awards on Saturday (April 20).
During 2013's Ebertfest (which is a real thing that exists), actress Tilda Swinton surprised the audience with a dance-along to Barry White's 'You're the First, the Last, My Everything.' And participation was mandatory if you didn't want to look like a big buzzkill.
After receiving criticism for not doing enough work for gay rights to nab his coveted GLAAD Award, Adam Lambert rolled his perfectly lined eyes, muttered "Whataya want from me?" and went right back to promoting the cause.
Part promotion for Hilarity for Charity (which funds Alzheimer's research) and part twisted look into the world of what could be, Funny or Die's newest offering postulates what would happen if Seth Rogen donated to charity -- which then earned him the right to be the "worst person in the world" for the rest of the year.
We found another reason why you should feel overwhelming love for dreamboat of the year, Ryan Gosling: He wants all the cows to be horny.
The 32-year-old hunk of hotness learned about inhumane practices on dairy farms and took action by sending a letter to the president of the National Milk Producers Federation demanding that the torture be stopped.
It seems like just working in the – sometimes – presence of Brad Pitt might be enough of a bonus to make any job worthwhile. But what if we told you that the ‘Moneyball’ star was actually a really awesome boss who gives his employees expensive gifts as thank-you bonuses?
Matt Damon continues to promote his nonprofit Water.org -- this time not through a fake press conference in which he goes on a toilet strike, but in an animated public service announcement about the lack of clean drinking water in the developing world.
So, Happy World Water Day. Celebrate by drinking some overpriced bottled water from the mountains of the Himalayas! And by "the Himalayas"