The past have few weeks have left the world shaken, as many people have come forward to expose the terrible deeds of many members of the Hollywood elite. While it was a great thing for these details to come out, many people are left wondering if there are any decent celebrities left.
While the news cycle tends to focus on the negative aspects of our day-to-day lives, some people are speaking up about the positives that they have witnessed famous people doing.
Some of them are incredible, some are mundane, but they prove that there will always be some common decency in the world.
It turns out Anthony Hopkins just wants to talk about the deeper things like a regular person.
My mom’s friend met Anthony Hopkins @ a hotel & they had breakfast 3-4 days in a row to talk about the meaning of life instead of themselves— LP (@lleightonpaull) November 10, 2017
There was a lot of fighting on Married With Children, but the cast were sweethearts!
I was an extra on Married With Children when I was a kid, and Katie Sagal and Christina Applegate played tag with me and a couple of other child actors between takes.— Absolute Mayonnaise Boy (@Quanty_J) November 9, 2017
There are stars who forget basic manners when they get accustomed to a way of life, but it's nice to see they don't all fall for it.
Also I used to work at a studio where Keith Richards would come in and record regularly. I was just the front desk/runner but he always shook my hand and thanked me before he left. Also his tech was super nice and let me play one of his guitars + explained Keith’s set up to me.— guitar soloooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo (@hughmyrone) November 9, 2017
When you spend so much time organizing benefit concerts, it must be nice to get a friendly wave and not a barrage of questions.
Dave Matthews waved back at me enthusiastically at a pizza place when I mistook him for a friend and not, ya know, Dave Matthews.— Renee Branson (@ReneeBranson72) November 11, 2017
There was a reason it hurt so bad when we lost our Genie...
I was crying quietly to myself after my Mom died in a cafe, Robin Williams noticed me and paid my check. He whispered things usually get better.— catherine (@pantone7605) November 11, 2017
Even with busy schedules, it's good to know that some musicians take the time to make other people's days better!
Chris Martin of Coldplay visits kids hospitals in every country he goes on tour with his band to. He spends hours talking to the kids, singing them songs, giving them presents and cheering them up. He's never spoken about it and we only know from social media posts from patients pic.twitter.com/t1MaMBys7h— Shruthi 🍓 (@42dontEverLetGo) November 10, 2017