Stars in a Storm: Saving Sandy Survivors Is All the Rage

Newlyweds Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake are evidently undulating in marital bliss as they lend their support to the Sandy cause. “I DIDN’T REGISTER FOR ANY OF THIS SHIT,” the new Mrs. T seems to be saying.
Fashion Police host Kelly Osborne is less couture, more free-clothes-pile as she goes for casual wear while volunteering with the Salvation Army in Staten Island.
President Obama comforts one distraught Republican in a badly hit area of New Jersey.
Thought bankers were money hungry piranhas who only care about themselves? Well, you’re mostly right, but here’s Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein defying the stereotype and packing food supplies in the Rockaways. Wonders will never cease.
Soul singer John Legend shows face in the Rockaways on Saturday during the relief efforts. Victims hoping for an impromptu performance were left disappointed, but at least they got free food. Every cloud.
Knicks star Carmelo Anthony helps out in Red Hook, later tweeting “always feels good to give back to those in need.” Ah, the sweet sound of incognito philanthropy…oh wait.
Everyone’s favorite famous tantrum thrower Alec Baldwin talks at an NYU shelter following the hurricane. Not as helpful as distributing food and supplies to hard hit areas, but nice all the same.
Good old Madge sees opportunity in disaster and combines victim relief in Brooklyn with shopping for a new baby to add to her ever growing family. JUST KIDDING. Probably.

Hurricane Sandy has been something of a catastrophe for New Yorkers, but opportunistic celebrities (who, like, totally LOVE charity) have been popping up all over the state to get involved with the relief efforts. It would appear that other causes are very much out this season now that superstorm victims are in, so take a look at our round-up of the famous faces jumping on the volunteering bandwagon.

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