CelebsGoneGood reached a verdict for the very special list of Top 20 Celebs Gone Good for 2010. Lady Gaga and Alicia Keys are the year’s number 1 and 2 most charitable celebrities.
In 2010, Lady Gaga had breakout popularity and breakthrough advocacy. Gaga called for the repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, walking the VMAs red carpet with service members and speaking at a rally. Her ladyship also hosted the Hands Up for Marriage Equality event supporting same-sex-marriage and was the face of MAC Viva Glam, with 100% of the proceeds going to prevent HIV/AIDS worldwide.
Keep a Child Alive founder Alicia Keys worked harder than ever this year to make sure her organization continued to provide AIDS treatment worldwide.
She launched the celeb-packed Digital Death Campaign, raising $1.1 million dollars. Alicia also announced that she and hubby Swizz Beatz adopted a South African village where they will build schools and provide support for the residents.
Tailing closely behind: Nashville angel Taylor Swift, anti-child slavery duo Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore, and bullying awareness advocate Ellen DeGeneres.