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R-Patz Helps Out Japan!

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RPatz helps out Japan

Robert Pattinson has added one more reason to think he's totally HAWT on his seksi resume: He's a philanthropist!

Sort of…

The actor donated his signature to a t-shirt to be auctioned off by the Yoshiki Foundation whose proceeds will benefit Japan in the wake of its tragic earthquake and subsequent tsunami.

His Water For Elephants co-star Reese Witherspoon has also signed a shirt, joining others like Justin Bieber, Gwen Stefani, and Sandra Bullock in their efforts to raise funds for Japan.

Sure, it's just an autographed t-shirt, but we have a feeling that autograph will be worth A LOT of money to someone!

Would U buy an autographed RPatz tee to help out Japan?

[Image via WENN.]

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12 comments to “R-Patz Helps Out Japan!”

  1. 1

    You know a few nude photos would really help out Japan too. lol

  2. 2

    How about you mention the fact that Yoshiki is donating his CRYSTAL PIANO to be auctioned off to help out Japan?? Geeze….someone gets credit for signing a t-shirt but the guy organizing it and donating his most prized possession barely gets mentioned.

  3. 3

    wow. this may be the lamest/most uninspired "charity" donation I've ever heard of..

  4. k-lee says – reply to this


    That's really nice of him but not that impressive. He's not investing his own money. All he has to do is sign autographs. But I'm sure he had donated his own money before.

  5. @v@ says – reply to this


    Taking 2 seconds to sign your name on a t-shirt does not a philanthropist make.
    Good grief. Every little teeny, tiny miniscule bit helps, though.

  6. 6

    i think its really funny that celebs lend there name to charity but none of their money. Gaga created a wrist band, and he signs a shirt, so ordinary people fighting a recession spend their hard earned money and thats what gets donated. Not the millions of dollars sitting in their bank accounts

  7. 7

    I think its great they are trying to raise money for Japan even if it is just signing a shirt. If it makes a lot of money thats all that counts right?! Also who knows what any of these people have personally donated…its none of our business and quite disrespectful to assume they have given nothing.

  8. 8

    One t-shirt? Couldn't he have signed 100 t-shirts? I think a little writer's cramp would be worth the buckets of relief money that would come in.

  9. 9

    He and other celebs could have made private donations. Signing a tshirt is to also draw attention to the cause. And I think Rob and other celebs who do this should be commended.

  10. 10

    Re: puppet_eyes
    I agree. Yoshiki does deserve more credit then what he gets on sites like this. I saw X Japan last year in Toronto and it was an amazing show.

  11. 11

    I think doing anything to help is a good thing.

  12. 12

    Im proud of him for helping out, but I wouldn't want his autograph cause he's ugly. For some reason he gives me the creeps. #Team Jacob!!! lol