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Darren Criss just gave us another reason to love him.

Over the weekend, the Glee star performed two back-to-back shows at the Roxy in Hollywood for fans, inlcuding fellow Glee guys Matthew Morrison and Ryan Murphy. Not only did a portion of the ticket sales benefit Toys for Tots, but concertgoers also brought toys for the children's organization.

Criss performed signature songs along with his hit cover of "Teenage Dream" and "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas."

"Thanks to all those who brought toys to the Roxy," Criss tweeted after the show. "We are now giving 15 full bags of toys to Toys For Tots! Rock on."

In other celeb sightings news, find out what we spotted Leonardo DiCaprio and Betty White doing—no, not together!

DiCaprio lunched at the Avalon Hotel's Oliverio restaurant in Beverly Hills poolside with about 10 people by his side.

Bruce Willis and wife Emma Heming enjoyed dinner at L.A. eatery Napa Valley Grille for dinne.

Also in L.A., Betty White helped her Hot in Cleveland costar Wendie Malick celebrate her 60th birthday at Japanese restaurant Koi.

Odette Yustman hit the Black 15in1 hair product launch at the Andy Lecompte salon in West Hollywood, where she was overheard telling friends she had to get Ugg slippers for hubby Dave Annable for Christmas because their dog chewed up his old pair.

In Las Vegas, Susan Sarandon and boyfriend Jonathan Bricklin took in a late performance of Cirque du Soleil's The Beatles Love show at the Mirage, snacking on popcorn and beer during the show before heading backstage afterwards to chat with the cast.

Dad-to-be Nick Cannon got his DJ on for a packed house at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa's mur.mur nightclub in Atlantic City, spinning a set that included wife Mariah Carey's new Christmas song "Oh Santa."

Over in NYC, Penn Badgely took a spin on the Duracell Power Rover at their Power Lab in Times Square.

And you know times are tough when  Donald Trump is spotted flying economy airline Jet Blue from New York to West Palm Beach. And to think this man used to own an airline.

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