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Charity Beat: Paris Hilton's Man Skips Out On Benefit Gig To P-A-R-T-Y

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hilton.jpgParis Hilton’s latest boyfriend, Good Charlotte rocker Benji Madden, is so “crazy in love” with the socialite that he decided to skip out on a charity DJ appearance. The gig was to raise money for Nicole Richie’s charity for disadvantaged kids (Madden’s twin is Richie’s partner, Joel) but he decided to go clubbing with Paris instead. Nice. Do these two belong with each other or what? [via Female First]

Not On Our Watch, a charity co-founded by George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Don Cheadle, and Jerry Weintraub recently donated $500,000 to the United Nations World Food Program. The cash will be earmarked for the U.N.’s food aid agency to prevent hunger in the troubled Darfur region of Sudan. Said Clooney is a statement, “Without immediate additional funding, humanitarian aid in the region will be crippled”. [visit: Not On Our Watch]

Patrick Dempsey wasn’t the only famous celeb opening a new medial center this week. Down in Australia, Jackie Chan opened a science education center at an Australian cancer research clinic; dedicated in the actor’s name. Chan’s father, Charlie, lived in Aussie for more than 40 years. Organizers did not reveal how much Jackie donated to the new center, but did indicate that the sum was “substantial”. [via StarPulse]

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