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John Legend & Chrissy Teigen Attend Good+ Foundation's 'Evening of Comedy & Music' Benefit!

John Legend and Chrissy Teigen are supporting a great cause!

The two were among the many stars in attendance at GOOD+ Foundation’s Evening Of Comedy + Music Benefit at Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall on Wednesday evening (September 12) in New York City.

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The GOOD+ Foundation is a national nonprofit founded by Jessica Seinfeld that provides training and support to fathers and families living in poverty. The event raised nearly $2 million for the organization’s work helping families build stability and create an upward trajectory for their children.

The night included performances from Jerry Seinfeld, Leslie Jones, Gad Elmaleh and Sebastian Maniscalco.

John performed hits including “Love Me Now” and “All of Me,” while Common performed alongside Robert Glasper and Karriem Riggins of his supergroup, August Greene. Michael Strahan and Seth Meyers both made special guest appearances on stage.

Attendees included Naomi Watts, Chris Rock, Tiffany Haddish, Victoria Justice, Chris Harrison, Beth Stern, Jenny Mollen and Jason Biggs, Ali Wentworth and George Stephanopoulos, Baron Davis, Ted Sarandos and Nicole Avant.

Amy Schumer and Michael Rapaport stopped by the post-performance party to congratulate Jessica and Jerry as well.

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Chris Harrison Explains Why Bachelorette's Lincoln Was Not Brought Up During 'Men Tell All'

You may remember, one of the contestants on this season of The Bachelorette, Lincoln Adim, was convicted of assault and battery and was not at the Men Tell All that aired on Monday (July 30). Lincoln‘s crime did not occur during his time on The Bachelorette, but was discovered later.

Chris Harrison is defending the decision to not bring up what happened with Lincoln.

“First of all, Lincoln was not invited and not welcome here. What he did was illegal and against the law, so that is a very easy call. There was no chance he was coming here tonight, no chance I wanted to talk to him or hear his side, because there is no side. What he did was commit a crime,” Chris told Glamour. “That’s a very easy answer. As far as dealing with it, we wanted ["Men Tell All"] to remain about Becca, about the guys, and about this journey. And going there…this wasn’t the time or place. There really isn’t much to explain about Lincoln other than he lied, he deceived, he committed a crime, he’s not here, and he’s removed from the show and the franchise.

On the topic of one of the final two, Garrett Yrigoyen, and his offensive social media activity, Chris said, “Another thing I want to say is that people need to stop putting Lincoln and Garrett in the same sentence. That’s something that kind of pisses me off. What Garrett did is something you disagree with. That is different than what Lincoln did. Lincoln broke the law. That is a very, very different thing than liking something you don’t agree with on Instagram.”

January Jones & Jennifer Morrison Play Poker For a Good Cause

January Jones and Jennifer Morrison walk the red carpet while attending the “If Only” Texas Hold’Em Poker Tournament at The Forum on Sunday night (July 29) in Inglewood, Calif.

The event benefited City of Hope, the nonprofit clinical research and treatment center for cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases.

Some of the other stars who stepped out to show their support included Meghan Trainor, David Arquette, The Bachelor‘s Chris Harrison, and Alana and Este Haim.

“My best Poker face @cityofhope charity poker game,” January captioned a photo of herself at the poker table.

FYI: Alana is wearing Levi’s 501 jeans.

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Paul Rudd Hosts Big Slick Celebrity Weekend to Benefit Children's Mercy Hospital!

Paul Rudd brought a ton of his famous friends together for Big Slick Celebrity Weekend!

The 49-year-old actor stepped out for the charity event on Saturday (June 2) in his hometown of Kansas City, Mo.

He co-hosted the event alongside fellow Kansas City natives Jason Sudeikis and Eric Stonestreet.

Other attendees included Hilarie Burton, Adam Devine, Will Forte, Chris Harrison, Taran Killam, Laura Marano, Katherine McNamara, Al Roker, Angela Kinsey, Charlie Day, Chris Daughtry, David Cook and Haley Joel Osment.

The event helped raise more the $2 million benefitting pediatric cancer research at Children’s Mercy Hospital.

Activities included visiting kids at the hospital, a celebrity softball game, a celebrity bowling event as well as a party and auction!

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Chris Harrison Says There Was No 'Victim' in the 'Bachelor in Paradise' Scandal

Chris Harrison is opening up about the Bachelor in Paradise scandal now that the show’s season has begun.

During the show’s premiere, the reality show host chatted with the BiP cast, who came to DeMario Jackson‘s defense after Corinne Olympios claimed to be a victim of assault.

“I think people have to be very careful in using the word ‘victim’ because there was not a victim. There was not an assault. There was not a crime. There was not anything other than what turned out to be just an unfortunate event that they got caught up in,” Chris told People.

He added, “I think they were quick to defend DeMario because they knew Corinne wasn’t a victim. They knew she wasn’t hurt and injured in any of this. The person that was really being attacked was more of DeMario. I guess, maybe it came off as victim blaming, but that’s probably why they felt a little sensitive for DeMario.”

“I think they felt that he was being unjustly accused of something. I think they felt that they needed to come to his defense more than they needed to come to Corinne‘s defense. It’s not like they blamed Corinne or shamed her. I guess it could’ve been misconstrued in that way. But when I was sitting there in person, that’s how I took it. I didn’t take it as they were bashing Corinne at all. And they defended her,” Chris concluded.