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Lady Gaga Named Top Charitable Celeb For 2010

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DoSomething.org has released their “Top 20 List of Celebs Gone Good” for 2010 and taking the top spot is none other than Lady Gaga.

The “Bad Romance” singer, who made massive headlines this year for wearing a raw meat dress to the MTV Video Music Awards, received recognition for drawing awareness to campaigns focused on the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, as well fighting for same-sex marriage. The 24-year-old was followed on the list by Alicia Keys (who helped raise more than $1 million with her “Digital Death” campaign), as well as Taylor Swift ($500,00 to Nashville flood relief) and Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore (campaigning against child sex trafficking).

Other celebs earning props for giving include Ellen DeGeneres, Matt Damon, and Leonardo DiCaprio. Check out the full list of all 20 over on DoSomething,org!

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