Ewan McGregor News Archive
We love a man that can climb a beanstalk and make money at the same time!! LOLz
Ewan McGregror has been a UNICEF ambassador since 2004, and while he's currently working on raising money for the children of Syria, he went on the Ellen DeGeneres show to climb a beanstalk and collect $$$ leafs in hopes to raise $10,000 for the kiddies.
The Moulin Rouge! actor unfortunately didn't meet his $10,000 mark, but he was able to collect enough leafs that came up to a grand total of $9,000 buckaroos, which is still pretty damn amazing!!
Ready to see Ewan make his way up a beanstalk?!? Hit that play button (above)!!!
And he shouldn't 'cuz he's gonna look good at any age!
Before Ewan McGregor turned the big 4-0, he was freaking out about his age, but now that he's 41, he ain't even trippin' over getting older.
The I Love You Phillip Morris actor revealed:
Oh Ewan McGregor, why do you choose not to be perfect??
Why must you smell like an ash tray and probably give yourself lung cancer??
It's so not sexy!!
We think it's about time to quit! We'll help you! Just give us a call day or night, and we'll be your support line!
Plus, the buddy system means we get to spend a lot of quality time together, awesome, right??
[Image via WENN.]
A bunch of stars have gotten together for a great cause: to put an end to famine. Under Bono's initiative comes the ONE campaign PSA about the F word, and how Famine It The Real Obscenity!
The idea is to draw attention to the growing famine in Somalia that has already killed more than 30,000 children in just 3 months.
And then, visit here to sign the petition and help out!
Love that you all took the time to record this message!
He's backing a new UNICEF campaigns that collects $38.40 from donors to pay for “Deliver a Baby” gift packs that will help third-world mothers safely deliver their babies.
"It is completely and utterly wrong that 1,000 mums lose their lives everyday as a result of pregnancy and childbirth, and I urge you to help us put it right, by supporting UNICEF to deliver a life-saving pack to 1,000 mums around the world."
Safe pregnancies are something people take for granted in the wealthier countries — many countries do not have that luxury.
Keep up the good work, Ewan!
[Image via FayesVision/WENN.com.]