Pop icon Lady Gaga is honored as the most charitable star of 2010.
According to "Do Something organization" which released a list of the new "Top 20 Celebs Gone Good", the poker face singer's constant support for gay rights has made her to the top of the most charitable stars of 2010.
Charitable star of 2010 Lady Gaga, strongly called for the removal of law of "Don't Ask Don't Tell" earlier this year and also told her fans to take action against the military policy. youth icon Lady Gaga has also hosted many marriage equality events to support same-sex marriages. Lady Gaga is currently the face of MAC Viva Glam cosmetics, the net proceeds of which are allotted to prevent HIV/AIDS worldwide.
Despite her ill-conceived and globally lambasted Digital Death campaign, Alicia Keys bagged second place. Through the campaign, keys was able to raise $1.1 million because of the financial support of a billionaire. Alicia Keys' dedication to the charity to Keep a Child Alive even today, has remained, unquestioned. She and husband Swizz Beatz adopted a South African village where they plan to build schools and provide support for the residents. Taylor Swift came third for raising funds for the Nashville flood relief efforts this year, donating $500,000 from her earnings. At four and five are husband and wife team Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore and comedienne and talk show host Ellen DeGeneres.