Rapper J. Cole has decided to give back to his community in a unique way. He is going to turn his childhood North Carolina home into a rent-free home for single mothers.
Taylor Swift has been on a roll in recent months when it comes to helping out her fans.
Eminem visited a terminally ill fan who had been given days to live by doctors. The rapper spent time with him at his Rochester, Michigan home.
Part of Taylor Swift’s image is a love for her fans. She tries to keep up a personal connection to them, despite her fame and busy schedule.
This season is the time for giving and celebrities have been giving their time to fans who are struggling.
Ebola may no longer be in the headlines in the U.S., but the disease is still widespread in East Africa.
Not only did Santa Claus visit children at a Kentucky hospital on Christmas Eve, but one Hunger Games star also came along to spread some cheer.
Garth Brooks joins the long list of artists who have used their star power to make a difference in someone’s life.
Sir Bob Geldof has plans for another Band Aid charity single, this time to help Ebola in West Africa and to mark the 30th anniversary of the first iconic single.
Actor Peter Capaldi, the current Doctor on the British sci-fi television series Doctor Who, recorded a video of himself speaking in-character to Thomas Goodall, an autistic 9-year-old boy whose
Benedict Cumberbatch hasn’t played Mr. Darcy, but some female fans are going to want that rectified as soon as possible after seeing this new photo.
Variety’s Power of Women luncheon honored some of Hollywood’s leading ladies on Friday.

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