Is Kylie Jenner trying to make it official??
There's no way she wasn't sending him... and the world... a message!
This will absolutely restore your faith in humanity.
Two weeks ago, Memphis resident Matt White was approached at a supermarket by a teenager named Chauncy Black who simply wanted food for him and his disabled mother. In exchange, the high school student offered to carry groceries to the man's car.
According to White:
"When Chauncy approached me, it just tugged at my heart… Here comes Chauncy, just trying to get food for him and his Mom off of the grace of other people. When I looked at him and saw what he was doing and what he was asking for, I said he was my hero."
As they were getting groceries, the two formed an instant bond, where Matt learned more about Chauncy's life.
As we previously reported, the KUWTK starlets' daughters North West and Penelope Disick had a joint, mermaid-themed birthday party over the weekend. Well it seems the celebrations were more than just about cake and good times as the two birthday girls made sure to give back to the community.
Yup, Kim and Kourt's tiny tots donated toys to a local children's hospital following their party. Aww!
A source dished to People:
Well this is promising!
The 54-year-old personality attended Fran Drescher's Cabaret Cruise alongside two of her daughters, Chelsea and 13-year-old Vivienne — and honestly, their smiles as they posed with The Nanny star (above) speak for themselves!
As further evidence Rosie and Chelsea have put their differences aside, the comedienne shared:
It's all for a good cause!
The people of Orlando, Florida have been through a lot recently after the tragic shooting at Pulse nightclub almost two weeks ago that left 50 dead — but now they have a little more help recovering thanks to The Walking Dead and Arrow!
Well now the casts of both TWD and CW's premiere superhero show Arrow are lending a helping hand by taking part in Fan Fest orlando — a fan convention to help raise money for the victims. Not only that, but 100 percent of the profits are being donated to the One Orlando Fund!
The convention is still a few months out, but the stars they already have lined up include Arrow's Stephen Amell and David Ramsey, and TWD's Lauren Cohan, Michael Cudlitz, Josh McDermitt, Alanna Masterson, Ross Marquand, Seth Gilliam, Sonequa Martin-Green, Christian Serratos, Emily Kinney, Lawrence Gilliard Jr., as well as executive producer Greg Nicotero. Talk about a lineup!
James Fazier, founder of Fan Fest, hopes to raise about $500,000 through the one-day event as hopefully more star guests join this great cause!
If you're interested in attending, Fan Fest Orlando takes place September 17 at the Orange County Convention Center, and you can get your tickets HERE!
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Powerful music can help inspire change.
Last year, Lisa Vanderpump teamed up with Sharon Osbourne in hopes of putting an end to the Yulin Dog Festival — the annual Chinese festival that tortures and slaughters thousands of dogs for their meat.
The chilling ballad (We Are All) Looking For Home was written by Warren, performed by Leona, and produced by Lisa's Stop Yulin Forever and Vanderpump Dog Foundation, in hopes of giving a voice to end puppy pain.
Available on iTunes on Friday, 100 percent of song's proceeds will go to ending dog torture globally!
Ch-ch-check out the inspirational video (below)!!!
That's why the blonde beauty decided to write a new song titled Change that asks for people to change and start accepting everyone for who they are!
Not only will all of the earnings from the U.S. iTunes downloads for the next three months be donated to the National Compassion Fund to help benefit the shooting victims and their families, but the songstress also took to her site to share:
"The horrific tragedy that occurred in Orlando continues to weigh heavily on my mind. I am sending so much love and so many prayers to the victims and their families. Like so many, I want to help be part of the change this world needs to make it a beautiful inclusive place where humanity can love each other freely and passionately."