MTV News already recognized Lady Gaga as being the most important Woman of the Year (and our most fashionable), but we weren't the only ones taking notice: DoSomething.org listed their top 20 most charitable celebrities of 2010, and unsurprisingly, Gaga took the #1 spot.
What do Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga and Leonardo DiCaprio have in common?
Other than being stars, they are also among DoSomething.org’s Top 20 Celebs Gone Good of 2010, the Los Angeles Times reported. The Web site, which guides young people with volunteerism opportunities, announced its list of charitable celebs on Thursday.
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Looks like Oprah's heart is as big as her bank account! The famously charitable chat show host already runs a school for girls in Africa, but now she's taking it stateside, donating $1.5 million to a middle school in one of Atlanta's most impoverished areas. She already donated $365,000 to the school last year! They'll use the cash to help build a new cafeteria, gymnasium, and theater.
America Ferrara and Hillary Clinton via USmagazine
Talk about Girl Power! Last night Carnegie Hall was THE place to be, as the world’s most influential women were honored at the 19th Annual Glamour Women of the Year Awards.
Glamour Editor-in-Chief Cindi Leive said that, for her, the annual event is the “most electric” night of the year, before adding “except, okay, for last Tuesday", referring to last week's historic election.