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    24 Famous People Who Are Truly Beloved By Everyone And Can Absolutely Do No Wrong

    Keanu Reeves is too good for this world.

    We asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us which famous people are truly beloved by everyone. Here's what they had to say.

    1. Dolly Parton

    Barbara Walters asking Dolly if she thought she was a joke in an interview from the 1980s
    ABC

    "Dolly freaking Parton! I don’t have enough characters to say all she has done to help others (vaccines, literacy, relief from wild fires in Tennessee, etc.). Not to mention that voice, those songs, wigs, and the most fun personality in the world!" β€”calebw4f1d98965

    2. Keanu Reeves

    Keanu Reeves playing with puppies
    BuzzFeed Celeb / Via youtube.com

    "KEANU FREAKING REEVES. He's never done anything just because his image would be made better by it. Every incident you hear about Keanu is sweet and kind β€” also, I don't think it matters a lot, but the fact that Keanu dates someone his own age who he seems to be really in love with is quite refreshing to see in Hollywood." β€”s4bb472acb

    3. Lin-Manuel Miranda

    Lin-Manuel Miranda reading from his "Gmorning, Gnight!" book on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert"
    CBS

    "Definitely Lin-Manuel Miranda β€” ever since Hamilton was released on Disney+, I got slightly obsessed with it for a month. I got into so many fan pages on Instagram and watched so many cast videos on YouTube, and all I can judge from them is that Lin-Manuel Miranda is a gem of a person. It seems like he always has a friendly relationship with everyone on his projects, he's immensely talented and yet has no ego, and he really cares about his fans, often replying to them and listening to their concerns. I also love how he geeks out over his wife β€” he's just an overall amazing celebrity." β€”s4bb472acb

    4. Betty White

    Betty White spending time with a bear at a zoo
    Netflix

    "If you don’t say Betty White, are you even human?" β€”crystaljonesb

    5. Viola Davis

    Viola Davis describing how everyone is born with worthiness, and that "You don't have to hustle for it"
    Net-a-Porter / Via youtube.com

    "Everyone agrees that she is a terrific actor, and she also seems genuinely nice and friendly and always has such a good relationship with her costars. She's also a great activist, and genuinely cares about the causes she supports β€” she's not just doing it because it's good PR." β€”s4bb472acb

    6. Steve Irwin

    Steve Irwin on "60 Minutes," describing how he wants to clean the earth and make it a better place
    CBS

    "I was part of a generation who grew up with him teaching us about the world and how to love all living things. He was the first celebrity I ever mourned, and I still feel sad that my children won't grow up with him. His family has done a great job of preserving and expanding his legacy." β€”the-honest-truth

    7. Chadwick Boseman

    Chadwick Boseman surprising a "Black Panther" fan
    NBC

    "Without a doubt, Chadwick Boseman β€” may he rest in peace." β€”snfldn4567

    8. Zendaya

    Zendaya reading a mean tweet about her "smelly feet"
    ABC

    "Zendaya is a queen who always says the right thing." β€”emmanz

    9. Harry Styles

    Harry answering a sexist question about the sexiest thing a woman can wear -- his answer being: "I think a smile"
    Access Hollywood

    "He’s so unproblematic compared to most celebrities, and he uses his platform to spread kindness and make everyone feel loved." β€”cmr2022

    10. Rihanna

    Not for much longer...me nor my people would ever be at or around one of those tragic rallies, so thanks for the heads up philip! https://t.co/dRgRi06GrJ

    @rihanna / Via Twitter: @rihanna

    "Rihanna seems like such a good human β€” she's brilliant, hilarious, and is never afraid to speak her mind. I feel like more celebrities should follow Riri's example!" β€”kaylayandoli

    11. Carrie Fisher

    Carrie Fisher joking with a fan on Larry King Live, saying she doesn't think of men as people
    CNN

    "Carrie Fisher was such a badass who didn't take shit from anyone, and wasn't afraid to speak her mind and call out others. I remember sitting in the break room when the news came on about her death and struggled to hold back tears β€” her Twitter account was gold, as she was super funny." β€”monikap6

    12. Dwayne Johnson

    Dwayne Johnson singing "Happy birthday" to his 100-year-old fan
    @TheRock / Via Twitter: @TheRock

    "The Rock, unquestionably. I’ve been waiting for years to hear something unwholesome about him, and I’m starting to accept that he may in fact be as spiritually perfect as he is physically perfect." β€”erical47bf7f8cc

    13. Tom Hanks

    Reason number 357 to love Tom Hanks. He not only gets his own drinks, but brings martinis for the whole table. #Globes

    @jfuentes / Via Twitter: @jfuentes

    "TOM. FREAKIN'. HANKS. A legend, and an unbelievably kind human in this god-awful and treacherous world." β€”rishibhak

    14. Maggie Smith

    Judi Dench asking Maggie Smith if she's ever seen "Downton Abbey"
    Picturehouse Entertainment

    "Dame Maggie Smith is a legend. She has been in so much stuff, and so many people from different generations immediately recognize her." β€”ashleighsmith1

    15. Princess Diana

    Princess Diana describing how she'll never be Queen because she leads from the heart and not her head
    BBC

    "It's impossible not to love Princess Diana." β€”loulabelson

    16. Octavia Spencer

    Octavia Spencer on "The Graham Norton Show," with her embarrassing picture of meeting Barack Obama
    BBC One

    "I feel like Octavia Spencer is just a super sweet human β€” I always want to hug her after watching her interviews and movies." β€”fannyfolye

    17. Alex Trebek

    No host likes shooting promos, especially for a phone version of their hit game show, but Trebek did them with good humor. So long, Alex, and fuck 'em.

    @foundfootage / Via Twitter: @foundfootage

    "Alex Trebek β€” he was intelligent, kind, generous, an environmentalist, a gentleman, honest, and hilarious. I was devastated when he passed away in 2020." β€”censusprincess

    18. Jennifer Garner

    19. Billy Porter

    Billy Porter describing his frustration of everyone's reaction to his Oscar dress
    Channel 4 News / Jean-Baptiste Lacroix / Getty Images

    β€”seeulaterfolks

    Billy Porter has a good heart, and isn't afraid to talk about issues everyone else is normally uncomfortable with β€” he makes the world (and the red carpet) a brighter place, and uses his platform to spark important conversations and to promote kindness.

    20. Lizzo

    Lizzo talking to herself lovingly in the mirror
    @lizzobeeating / Via instagram.com

    "Lizzo. That's it. No explanation needed." β€”vcox0498

    21. Andy Samberg

    22. Lupita Nyong'o

    Lupita Nyong'o giving her Oscar acceptance speech, saying:
    ABC

    "I’ve never heard one bad thing about her β€” ever." β€”actoranon

    23. Julie Andrews

    Julie Andrews talking about going topless in a movie on "The Graham Norton Show"
    BBC One

    "Julie Andrews is the classy, silly, and talented grandmother we’ve always wanted." β€”libbys6

    24. And Mister Rogers

    Mister Rogers on "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood," telling the camera: "In a way, you've already won in this world because you're the only one who can be you"
    PBS

    "He literally treated every single person he came across with the utmost respect, and had a genuine love and admiration for them. The world could use more people like him." β€”marchsunshine100

    Submissions have been edited for length and clarity.

    Who do *you* think is the most beloved celebrity of all time? Let us know in the comments below!

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