Joel Osteen

Tyler Perry angered his faithful fans by donating $250,000 to embattled prosperity preacher Joel Osteen, who caught heat for not opening the doors of his megachurch to Harvey flood victims sooner.

The producer-director posted a video to his Facebook page Thursday defending Pastor Osteen and announcing his plans to donate $1 million to those impacted by floods in Houston.

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CNN reporter

An exhausted mother-of-2 who survived the worst tropical storm in modern history put a CNN reporter in check after the reporter attempted to exploit her family for TV ratings.

The soaking wet evacuee named "Danielle" had just arrived at a temporary shelter with her 2 children when CNN reporter Rosa Flores shoved a microphone in her face and asked her to "share with us how you were rescued."

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Joel Osteen

Joel Osteen defended his decision not to provide shelter to Hurricane Harvey victims in Houston until he was shamed into opening his massive Lakewood Church late Tuesday.

Osteen, 52, defended his actions in an interview with the Today Show Wednesday morning. The prosperity preacher said the widespread flooding in Houston caused "safety issues" and the city didn't ask him to open his doors.

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Kim Kardashian and her family have donated $500,000 to charities in Texas to aid the Hurricane Harvey relief effort, WENN.com reports.

The reality TV star and her half sisters Khloe Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, Kylie Jenner and Kourtney Kardashian, and their mom Kris Jenner, donated $500,000 directly to The American Red Cross and The Salvation Army.

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Beyonce Knowles

Celebrities of all color and stripes are pledging their support to those affected by Hurricane Harvey, which dumped upwards of 50 inches of rainfall in southeast Texas.

Hordes of celebrities have stepped up on social media to pledge their support for the hurricane relief efforts, including Beyonce Knowles and rapper Tip "T.I." Harris, who pledged $25,000.

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nursing home patients

This photo of elderly nursing home patients sitting in waist-high flood water while awaiting rescue is going viral. This is not a hoax. The assistance living facility is in Dickinson, Texas, near Houston which is mostly underwater. SHAME on Houston's Democratic Mayor Sylvester Turner for ignoring the governor's calls to evacuate before Hurricane Harvey made landfall.

In the aftermath of Harvey, the governor called Turner's office four times offering help, but this idiot mayor refused to return his phone calls.

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