Chance the Rapper and Ariana Grande are officially on the nice list -- according to a group that just put them at the top of its "Celebs Gone Good" list for 2017.
Do Something, an umbrella group that helps promote charities and track their work, put the Chicago-based Chance at the top of the list for his fundraising and personal donations -- including a just-announced million-dollar grant to an art-investment project called the New Chance Arts and Literature Fund.
Controversial former NFL player Colin Kaepernick came in second, thanks to his work for racial equality as well as a million dollars in donations to groups including Meals on Wheels. Ariana made the list for her work with One Love Manchester, a fund to help victims of the bombing at her show in that British city.
- Chance the Rapper
- Colin Kaepernick
- Ariana Grande
- JJ Watt
- Yara Shahidi
- Bethenny Frankel