Who knew James Haven was a Miley Cyrus fan?
Angelina Jolie's 40-year-old brother met the 21-year-old pop star backstage at the Staples Center in L.A. Saturday. "Last night #Bangerz was out of this world," Haven tweeted after the concert. Sharing a picture of himself with the "Adore You" singer, he gushed on Twitter, "Miley you blew me away."
Haven attended the show with actress Skyler Shaye, who just so happens to be Jon Voight's 27-year-old goddaughter. The two also posed for a picture with two blow-up dolls and three other friends. When Cyrus took the stage later that night, she locked lips with another famous attendee: "Dark Horse" singer Katy Perry!
Christina Aguilera and TV star Sarah Paulson also cheered on Cyrus that night.
Needless to say, Haven and his younger (and more famous) sister had very different weekends.
On Sunday, Jolie met with young Syrian refugees in Zahle, Bekaa Valley, Lebanon. The 38-year-old mother of six—who's said her favorite band is The Clash—traveled on behalf of the United Nations. The special envoy later met with Lebanese Prime Minister Tammam Salam and conducted a news conference in Beirut. "I hope that—and I welcome—the Security Council resolution, but as one of the refugee men said to me: 'For now for us it is only a piece of paper, and until it is implemented and until we see change, that is all it is, but we are grateful and we hope that it does make a difference for us.'"
Of course, Haven shares his sibling's humanitarian spirit. He is the executive board director of Artivist, an L.A.-based festival that promotes films about human rights, animal rights and environmental issues. He is also the founder of the CoreCause Foundation, which aims to preemptively solve global issues.
So while their musical tastes may differ, it's clear that Jolie and Haven are cut from the same cloth.