Viola Davis is such an inspiring woman.
On Sunday, Viola paid tribute to sexual assault survivors at the Rape Foundation's annual brunch in Beverly Hills. The actress also was there to accept an award for her extensive work with the charity.
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In Davis' emotional message, she makes note of her own experiences with sex abuse while also recalling the horrific incidents her sister and other loved ones faced. The celeb's anecdotes are truly heartbreaking and they might trigger bad memories for those who've been affected by
According to V.D., sexual abuse was all too common and accepted when she was growing up in Rhode Island, revealing:
Well, it's always good to give back!
Despite all the drama that Johnny Depp has been through regarding his very public divorce with Amber Heard, it looks like there's a spot of positivity coming up for the 53-year-old!
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In what will be the actor's first public appearance since his divorce settlement from Heard, Johnny will accept the inaugural Rhonda's Kiss Healing and Hope Award for his charitable cancer donations over the years at a concert being put on at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles, California.
The organization, Rhonda's Kiss, is hosting the event on Thursday, November 3 and all proceeds will go to Cedars-Sinai Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute! If that's not enough to get fans excited, Weezer will be performing and Sugar Ray's Mark McGrath will be emceeing.
After news broke of the honor, Johnny — who lost his mother earlier this year to a long illness — released a statement saying:
For the kids!
Tons of stars showed up bright and early on Sunday morning to compete in the 30th Annual Nautica Malibu Triathlon — all in the name of raising $1.25 million for Children's Hospital LA's pediatric cancer research program. LOVES it!
Zac Efron was joined by his younger brother Dylan Efron and Olympic swimmer Conor Dwyer (seems unfair…) to compete in the relay that included a half-mile swim in the ocean, an 18-mile bike ride, and a four-mile run.
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The 28-year-old actor posted a "finish line" pic with his teammates (pictured above) with the caption:
"Racing for @childrensla with the TEAM #FinishLine #NauticaMalibuTri"
The Baywatch reboot star wasn't the only celeb to show up for a good cause as the event was also attended by James Marsden, New Girl's Max Greenfield, and How to Get Away With Murder stars Alfred Enoch, Karla Souza, and Jack Falahee.
Ch-ch-check out the pics (below)!!
We need to take a double take!
On Monday evening, Criss Angel looked almost unrecognizable as he walked the red carpet with his son for the Heal Every Life Possible charity event at the Luxor Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. While the magician normally dons a rock star ensemble, Angel rocked a dashing suit for the pediatric cancer research and treatment benefit.
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Not to mention, Criss' young son Johnny also dressed up for the event as he wore a crisp white shirt and navy slacks. Too cute!
We can only imagine the 48-year-old got spiffy for this particular benefit as the cause is near and dear to his heart. In case you forgot, the illusionist's toddler was diagnosed