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21 Celebrities That Are Actually Nice in Real Life

Image via Buzzfeed
Image via Buzzfeed

Do you ever sit around wondering if people think you’re nice or not? Perhaps you do, but at least people all over the work aren’t debating it on the internet. But whatever, let’s add more fuel to the fire.

Sure, we’ve told you about rude AF celebs before (because we have no lives), but we’ve yet to tell you about all the celebs that are supposed to be mega nice. Like, the kind of celebs that will joke around with you, and just shoot the sh*t.

These 21 celebs are the kind of mofos you can hang with. Seriously, I’d be friends with any of these people. They seem chill AF, and the fame hasn’t gotten to their heads. There’s nothing worse than a super arrogant person that think’s their sh*t don’t stank. So thanks to these 21 celebs for proving us that fame doesn’t all make people crazy a** holes.

These 21 celebrities are actually nice IRL:


1.

I work at a BBQ/live music joint and I got Kirsten Dunst really drunk off Bourbon. She just danced and chatted with anyone who wanted to talk to her, danced with people and just had what looked like a great time.

2.

I was bowling at the top of the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood, and my group accidentally got another group’s drink order. Turns out it was the table right next to us. I go up to this kinda short guy and tap him on the shoulder and say, “Hey man, I think we may have gotten your guys’ drinks by accident.” Guy turns around and it’s Ludacris. He says, “No worries brother, keep ’em. We out. Y’all have a good night aight.” Thanks Lud!

3.

About 22 years ago I was about 13 and walking down the street of my very small hometown and I saw Weird Al on the opposite sidewalk. I waved madly at him and yelled: “Hi Weird Al!” He grins at me and starts waving like madman and yells: “Hi nice person!” And then we continued about our day.

4.

I was never hugely impressed with Sarah Silverman’s comedy. But i was amazed by her demeanor in person. She came in to a deli I worked at to get a sandwich, and was so charming and lovely she positively glowed.

Written by Alex Cogen

Alex is a New Yorker currently living in Austin. She loves cats, grass, and latex but unfortunately is allergic to all 3. She makes mom and dad jokes more than she cares to admit (jk she'll admit it loud and proud). She isn't as funny as she thinks she is. She is the founder of thelazygurl.com.