Amy Adams is an absolutely adorable actress. She was nominated for an Oscar for her roles in Junebug and Enchanted. The star was actually...

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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.

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On a flight from Detroit to Los Angeles in June 2014, Amy Adams gave up her first class seat to a soldier.

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Amy Adams is a multiple-time Academy Award nominee.

But she may be an even better person than she is an actress.

The surprisingly good singer gave up her first class seat on board a flight from Detroit to Los Angeles today, happily handing it over to a soldier she had never even met.

Selfie with Amy Adams

The very kind deed was witnessed by ESPN reporter Jemele Hill.  

"Just saw actress Amy Adams do something incredibly classy," Hill Tweeted. "She gave her 1st class seat to an American soldier. I’m an even bigger fan now."

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Paul Walker and Philip Seymour Hoffman's untimely deaths left voids in their unfinished projects.

While the Fast & Furious franchise opted to use Walker's real-life, non-acting brother to finish up, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay​ will go on with a computer-generated image of Plutarch Heavensbee in Hoffman's place. 

None of that would matter had those men had their very own celebrity doppelgänger. 

And after creating this celebrity look-alike gallery, we're sort of shocked no one tapped Joseph Gordon-Levitt to fill in for Heath Ledger. (Just wait until you get to #7 and see what we mean.)

Prepare to have your mind blown, ladies and THGers. These 19 celebrity look-alikes are so similar you won't believe they aren't related. (They aren't. We checked.)

Katy Perry and Zooey Deschanel
Zooey Deschanel looks more like Katy Perry than she does her own sister. No Bones about it.

For more doppelgänger-y goodness, you can always watch The Vampire Diaries online

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We know many musicians who have made the move from the radio to the screen. Some have been successful and some have been Britney Spears.

(Don't pretend that watching Crossroads isn't on your list of regrets.)

But there are more than a few actors out there who possess vocal talents greater than or equal to their ability to bring characters to life via carefully scripted screenplays. 

Here are 15 actors who are surprisingly good singers ...

Hayden Panettiere
Hayden Panettiere is a tiny powerhouse of talent. She performs her own songs on hit show Nashville, where she portrays a country music artist.

You might not know it by looking at them, but these actors have often parlayed their singing talents into acting gigs. In some cases, they've abandoned the acting world altogether for music.

And then there's Kristen Bell.

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This year's annual Time 100 issue features Beyonce on the cover but the celebration of celebrities doesn't end there.

Though it generally focuses more on movers and shakers in the fields of science and global politics, this year's list of the 100 most influential people features more famous faces than the poshest post-Oscar parties.

Miley Cyrus
Miley on stage in NYC. The singer was recently forced to cancel concerts due to illness.

In addition to Queen Bey, Miley Cyrus, Matthew McConaughey, Pharrell Williams and Kerry Washington all made the list for their various contributions to the worlds of art and philanthropy. 

Naturally, some have taken issue with Miley's inclusion on the list at such an early (and controversial) stage in her career, but it's hard to argue when she's defended by none other than her godmother, country legend Dolly Parton:

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Redheads sometimes get a bad wrap in the looks department. They're pale, they're freckled, there's a whole day devoted to kicking them (thanks for that South Park!).

And yet there is something fascinating about redheads.

Maybe it's because they're so rare - only 1-2% of the world's population is ginger, and there have been studies for years saying they might eventually go extinct.

These 15 celebrities prove that though the gene might be recessive, their hotness is dominant. *rimshot!*

I'd be happy to do my part help keep the redheaded gene alive with any of them. Call me?

Emma Stone
Emma Stone is a stone cold red-headed fox.

Did your favorite ginger make the list? Who did we forget?

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The Oscars are great in so many ways, from Ellen DeGeneres' monologue to John Travolta butchering Idina Menzel's name, but man can the show drag on.

Even Amy Adams was caught checking out her phone at one point.

The Academy Award nominee for American Hustle could've just been staring at her crotch as the cameras randomly cut to her while Tyler Perry introduced Her.

We're gonna go ahead and say this is phone-checking 101, though:

It's not exactly a stretch to say that the show can be a bit of a bore.

Sure, you get to see Jennifer Lawrence falling on the red carpet or Ellen being hilarious ... but even she had to order pizza for the restless celebrities eventually.

You can only fill so much time during a three-hour telecast.

That said, there were plenty of great moments that you can check out on YOUR phone or computer right now! See the best GIFs from the 2014 Oscars below:

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One played an astronaut, another used a British accent and showed a lot of cleavage.

One starred in a Woody Allen movie, another has set a record for most Oscar nomination and the third in a frickin Dame!

Yes, the race for Best Actress at this year's Academy Awards - between Sandra Bullock, Amy Adams, Cate Blanchett, Meryl Streep and Judi Dench - is a tense one.

Who will come out on top?

Amy Adams
Amy Adams is a tour de force in American Hustle. She used multiple accents to earn an Oscar nomination.

Consider the battles for Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress and Best Actor now and then cast your vote:

Who should win Best Actress in a Leading Role?

 

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Days after Cate Blanchett paid tribute to Philip Seymour Hoffman via her acceptance speech at the BAFTAs, another colleague, Amy Adams, appeared on Inside the Actor's Studio and broke down when the topic of her former co-star was broached.

The Academy Award nominee appeared opposite Hoffman twice: first in 2008’s Doubt and again on 2012’s The Master.

"I wish you all could get a chance to work with him,” the actress said on the Bravo series.

“He was beautiful. He’s a beautiful spirit and he, he had this unique ability to see people."

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Amy Adams attended Philip Seymour Hoffman's funeral last week and Valentino made the mistake of using the event as a way to promote of one of their luxury handbags.

The fashion house sent an email announcing their new Garavani Rockstud Duble bag after Adams toted it to the late actor's wake. 

Now Adams' rep is speaking out against the tasteless stunt, saying:

"Amy Adams is not a paid spokesperson for Valentino, and the suggestion she would use this moment to participate in a promotion is truly appalling." 

A rep for Valentino expressed regret for the gaffe in a statement that read:

"We sincerely regret releasing a photo to the media this morning of Amy Adams with a Valentino bag."

"We were not aware the photograph was taken while she was attending the wake of Philip Seymour Hoffman."

"It was an innocent mistake, and we apologize to Ms. Adams, who was not aware, or a part of, our P.R. efforts," spokesperson Mona Swanson went on. 

Let this tacky fashion faux pas now known as "bag-gate" be a lesson to PR companies out there.