What's the first thing on your mind after you get married? If you're Jack Osbourne, it's saving a drowning woman. The reality star and a friend leap to the aide of a woman struggling in water off the coast of Hawaii, according to a tweet by new wife Lisa Stelly.
''Really proud of Jack and his friend Tyler who saved a woman on the beach yesterday who'd had a heart attack and drown. They resuscitated her until the ambulance came. We just found out she's in a stable condition! Awesome! (sic)," she tweeted.
An impressive feat for anyone, but especially so for Osbourne: He was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis earlier this year. Not that he lets it get him down , though.
Ultimately that is the toughest thing with this disease that I'm learning, one minute you can be fine, and the next I went blind in my right eye. It's a completely unpredictable disease," he said earlier this year of the challenges.
Osbourne now joins a club of other considerate celebs who jump to the aid of others whenever possible.
Ryan Gosling is pretty much every woman's fantasy man, thanks to his good looks and do-gooder ways. Gosling first showed off his nice guys ways in summer 2011 by breaking up a fight in New York City. The whole thing was caught on tape and quickly went viral.
He came to the rescue again in April 2012. The actor pulled a woman out of the path of an oncoming car, likely saving her life.
"I literally, LITERALLY just got saved from a car by Ryan Gosling. Literally. That actually just happened," British journalist Laurie Penny tweeted, later adding, "I was crossing 6th avenue in a new pink wig. Not looking the right way because I am from London. Ryan Gosling grabbed me away from a taxi."
Tom Cruise has gained quite a reputation over the years for helping people in their times of need. He's pulled multiple people from car accidents - including one woman who didn't have insurance. The toothy actor later paid for her $7,000 in medical bills.
The newly divorced actor also pulled two boys from certain crushing at a movie premiere in 1996.
Patrick Dempsey might only play a doctor on television, but he ended up being a real-life hero when he rescued a teen who crashed his car outside the actor's home.
"I was scared for my life. I was upside down," Weston Massett told ABC after the accident. He didn't remember much from the accident, though he did remember recognizing McDreamy.
"Are you famous?" Masset asked. "Yeah, I'm a doctor," Dempsey deadpanned back.
All that onscreen doctoring has to count for something, right?
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