Some celebrities get famous - and that fame goes straight to their heads.
They forget all the little people they stepped on while climbing up the Hollywood ladder, turning into massive jackasses in the process. (Let's be real. There's a good chance they were jackasses before they got famous.)
Other celebrities, however, use their powers for good, doing good where they can. Take Ian Somerhalder, who uses his platform and stardom to raise awareness of causes near and dear to his heart, such as the Ian Somerhalder Foundation, which helps find sources of green energy that are sustainable for all people.
But we're not just talking about those who are lending their star power to fundraising efforts for disasters large and small, though billions and billions have been raised through said efforts.
Today we're talking about stars like Amy Adams, who gave up her first class seat to a soldier; and Ryan Gosling, who quite literally saved a woman's life in New York City one day, proving he's got a hot body and a huge heart.
Check out 7 celebrity acts of kindness and then go do something good for someone else. Pay it forward, y'all.
After becoming famous as a funnyman in Hollywood, Zach Galifianakis bought an apartment for a homeless woman he'd met 20 years prior. Renee Zellweger was moved by his generosity and furnished the woman's apartment, also throwing in groceries for life!
Okay, so he's KIND OF a douchebag ALL THE TIME. But Justin Bieber is the first (and only) celebrity to make over 200 wishes come true for the Make-A-Wish foundation. He also raised $1.1 million in typhoon relief money for Haiti in just a few days.
When she's not simulating sex acts on a stage, Miley Cyrus can be kind of a good person, inviting fans facing illness backstage to hang with her before and after her shows. She also recorded a personal video for an ill fan who passed away just days later in the summer of 2014.
The Shark Tank star and owner of the Dallas Mavericks paid for Monica and Leroy Wilkinson's 2014 dream wedding after learning of the financial struggles and medical hardships they'd faced since becoming engaged in 2009.