It’s amazing to see people from all corners of the world rally in support after a tragedy, and it’s equally amazing when you see celebrities use their influence for good.
In the wake of the Manchester bombing, followed shortly thereafter by the attack on London, it can be hard to stay positive. But watching Ariana Grande navigate the aftermath by hosting an epic concert with a slew of big-name performances, the support the young star has been giving (and getting) is nothing short of inspiring.
Along with further proof that she is an amazing person, here are a few other social media posts from celebrities that will put a smile on your face this week.
Ariana Grande visits fans injured in the Manchester attack
Ariana has handled this horrific situation in the best way possible. It’s admirable, it’s brave, it’s inspiring.
And her fans seem to agree.
Anne Hathaway picks Ariana Grande as her woman crush Wednesday
Anne seems to think Ariana’s doing a great job, too, because she just posted this shot of Ari for #wcw. It’s always so awesome to see celebs support each other. Especially when they’re dealing with some difficult circumstances.
Jason Momoa and a bunch of shirtless men do a Maori war dance
There’s something about a haka that just gets your blood pumping, isn’t there? It’s already awesome to see before a rugby game, and this time there’s the added bonus of Jason Momoa and these other lovely men doing it shirtless. You’re welcome.
Amber Heard tells you what she wants, what she really, really wants
“Wannabe” has to be one of the best karaoke songs ever. Point blank. Amber’s definitely singing it the right way too: in a massive group, so loud that you can’t even hear the backing track. No one can resist the call of the Spice Girls.
Jordan Peele knows the true secret to good parenting: hats
Self affirmation can be very effective. The Get Out director and comedian Chelsea Peretti are expecting any day now, and that little youngster will definitely have some cool parents, even if they’re a bit embarrassing sometimes. Imagine Jordan dropping his kid off at school in this hat. Now that’s comedy gold.
Cindy Crawford posts a throwback video touting the importance of eyebrows
Cindy’s eyebrows are absolutely iconic, as are the looks she and Christy Turlington rock in this old MTV video. Good for them for promoting eyebrow diversity and rocking the most voluminous hair ever. And comparing eyebrows to noodles? Genius.
Melissa Benoist poses with her co-star, a dude in a green morph suit
It takes a lot of work to make super powers a reality on the Supergirl set, so this pic of Melissa in a green box, with only a faceless guy in green to act off of, is not just a testament to her skill, it’s also hilarious.