Go ahead and be deemed influential, Kate Moss.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie will settle for being charitable.
The couple has made a $100,000 donation to the Daniel Pearl Foundation in memory of the American journalist who was kidnapped and eventually killed in Pakistan in February of 2002.
The gift, made through the recently formed Jolie-Pitt Foundation, was presented on Tuesday, which would have been the late Wall Street Journal reporter's 43rd birthday.
"On this day our thoughts go out to Danny's family," Pitt and Jolie said in an exclusive statement released by their rep, Trevor Neilson, to People magazine. "The Daniel Pearl Foundation is celebrating this day, his birthday, with music festivals around the world. The festivals are a great reminder of not just Danny's work as a journalist but of his life and his love of music."
Pitt and Jolie arrived last week in Pune, India, to film the Pearl biopic, A Mighty Heart, based on the book written by the journalist's widow, Mariane Pearl, whom Jolie portrays in the film.
At the time of his death, Pearl was investigating links between the terrorist group Al Qaeda and Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence.
We hope other celebrities follow the lead of Brangelina and donate funds to the cause; they would be far better used than your waste of talent, Lindsay Lohan.