Josh Hutcherson just got hotter, folks. There's just something about guys who are involved in AH-Mazing organizations and campaigns!
The Hunger Games actor is teaming up with the likes of The Trevor Project, Straight But Not Narrow, and HumanI-T in a new campaign called Power On to help low-income LGBTQ youth get access to digital devices.
In today's world, many young adults use the internet to meet like-minded people and be a part of a digital community.
For LGBTQ youths who have yet to come out to their families use this process to connect with others in the LGBTQ community.
In joining forces with these organizations, Josh's campaign is
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Anna Kendrick has certainly been keeping busy lately.
The Pitch Perfect star made yet another lovely red carpet appearance at an LGBT fundraiser at the Hollywood Palladium on Sunday in a pale blue sequined Georges Chakra Couture number with overlapping mesh panels along the bodice.
We just love how ethereal this dress looks, and the soft blue hue against Anna's alabaster complexion makes her seem like an angel!
She accessorized the gauzy dress with sparkly silver Louboutins and a black Swarovski clutch.
[Image via Brian To/WENN.]
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Well this is nice! Sort of.
In the first case in which a celebrity is taking Twitter haters to court, LeAnn Rimes wants a high school teacher to hand over $25,000 for recording a profanity-laden phone conversation without her permission.
Kimberly and Lexi Smiley have vowed not to back down, but if they do lose, at least the country singer will donate their money to charity.
Rimes plans on giving any money awarded to her in court to the LGBT suicide prevention organization, The Trevor Project, as her rep explained:
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Debra Messing and Eric McCormack will rekindle their old
flame friendship with hit band FUN. at Trevor Live on June 25.
The high-profile gala is designed to raise awarness and raise cash-money for The Trevor Project – a nonprofit group specializing in LGBTQ crisis intervention.
Eric Will and Debra Grace haven’t had a public reunion in FOREVER and it’ll be totes exciting to see them take the stage together!!
And let us not forget about the band FUN. — we absolutely adore these guys! We're thrilled to see them perform at the benefit!!
Guitarist Jack Antonoff is equally excited to for his band to throw in their support.
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After his powerful performance in such a moving episode, we're not surprised that he's getting more work!
In the Glee winter finale, Max Adler played student Dave Karofsky, who attempted to take his own life after being humiliated and bullied by his classmates for being homosexual.
We were pleased to see that the show inspired RECORD TRAFFIC for The Trevor Project, and now we're happy to hear that the actor who took on that intense role has landed a new job!
Adler has just secured a role in The Shield creator Shawn Ryan's new ABC pilot Last Resort, which has been described as follows:
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What a super cool idea!
While appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Daniel Radcliffe showed his New York pride and bet Ellen $5,000 that the Giants would beat the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI.
Here's the best part though — the money is going straight to the Trevor Project!
So basically, no matter what, one of these two is making an awesome donation to an awesome cause.
Check out the video above to hear DanRad talking about his favorite football team!
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This is devastating.
One month after releasing an incredibly disturbing, touching, and inspiring It Gets Better video (above), 19-year-old filmmaker EricJames Borges took his own life.
EricJames was an extremely vocal supporter of the LGBT community, who interned at The Trevor Project, and he told the world his very sad story to prove that it does get better.
Here's what The Trevor Project's Communications Director Laura McGinnis had to say about this tragedy:
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