These Celebrities Are Basically Real-Life Superheroes

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Do you know what’s hotter than Ryan Gosling? Ryan Gosling fulfilling his civic duty by breaking up a fight in New York and spreading the peace — while wearing a tank-top. (He’s basically Superman or, like, Jesus.) And he’s not the only celebrity who has come to the rescue when us Earthlings were in need. Tons of A-listers have turned into super-humans and saved people from drowning, car crashes, and even burning houses. (We’re looking at you, Kate Winslet.) Who needs the Bat-Signal when you have Rob Lowe? Check out these stars’ beyond good deeds, and let us know what you think in the comments below.

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While vacationing in Hawaii earlier this month, Lowe rushed to help passengers who fell overboard after their sailboat ran aground. According to Page Six, Lowe quickly jumped on a jet-ski and searched the rough waters for the missing people. Four out of five passengers were able to get on a life raft before the rescue mission. Looks like he’s putting that surprisingly hot body to good use.

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The street fight heard round the world. The Huffington Post reports two pedestrians got into a tussle in New York’s East Village when one accused the other of stealing his painting. Just as things started to get physical, Gosling swooped in to break up the quarrel and talk some sense into the gentlemen. If that’s not epic enough, Gosling gave $20 to the artist to make sure the beef was really squashed. (We hope he also gave the guys signed copies of The Notebook, which we believe is the ultimate stress reliever.)

T.I.

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In 2010, T.I. literally managed to talk a man who was going to jump from a downtown Atlanta building off the ledge. TMZ reports that after hearing about the jumper from the radio, the rapper called Atlanta radio personality Ryan Cameron to see if he could help. He then filmed a video message that said, “Nothing is that bad. Nothing in life is worth taking your life. I’m here to help you. Please come down to talk to me.” After the police showed this to the suicidal man, he came off the building and met T.I. for a chat. How great is that? Creed frontman Scott Stapp also credits Tip with saving his life during a deep drug binge. In 2014, he came to the rescue after a car accident in Inglewood, Calif. (while he was on his way to Popeye’s).

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12 Celebrities Who Still Look Like Their Child Selves

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Elijah Wood turns 34 on Jan. 28, but we wouldn’t blame you if you don’t believe that—he still has the same innocent face he had when he watched Macaulay Culkin fall of a cliff in The Good Son (1993). How? Maybe it’s good genes, or maybe it’s just Hollywood.

Wood isn’t the only celebrity whose baby face has withstood the test of time. Here are 11 other famous faces who still look like their child selves.

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Bill Maher Criticizes ‘American Sniper’, Calls Chris Kyle a ‘Psychopath Patriot’

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Bill Maher is never afraid of throwing shade; remember him bashing Religion on The View? Last night during his HBO Show Real Time with Bill Maher he had a few not-so-nice words about the film American Sniper.

He starts off by calling the deceased Navy Seal Chris Kyle a ‘psychopath patriot’ and we (Americans) love him for it. Maher felt American Sniper painted a very easy black-and-white picture of good versus evil instead of presenting a more complex story. He brought up Kyle’s quote from his book American Sniper about killing “savages” over in Iraq and getting a kick out of it, and questions why a decent Christian person would speak of anyone in that way?

Ouch Bill! The rest of the panel featuring Bret Stephens, Howard Dean, Nia Malika Henderson, and comedian Bill Burr sided more with the film being more about soldiers emotional experience with war, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and the wives of soldiers during war time, rather than just killing terrorists.

See what else Maher and panel have to say about the controversial American Sniper below, and tell us what the film meant to you.

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Tia Mowry: I’m Still A New Mom

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Despite having a 3-year-old, Tia Mowry still considers herself a new mother.

Tia Mowry, 36, has a 3-year-old son, Cree, with her husband Cory Hardrict. Despite her sons age, Tia shared in a recent interview with Cupids Pulse that she still considers herself to be a new mom:

“Be honest with yourself. In my opinion, there’s no such thing as balance! Some days, you’re going to be a better mom than other days. I have a three-and-a-half year old at home, but I still consider myself a new mom. I’m still learning new things.”

Tia also goes on to talk about what a perfect partner her husband is:

“My husband is extremely considerate. That’s better than receiving flowers on Valentine’s Day!”


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