Amy Adams recently engaged in an act of kindness. She gave up her seat for a serviceman on a flight.
She was on a flight from Detroit to Los Angeles. Amy Adams gladly vacated her seat for a serviceman on the flight. This act of goodness and good manners won her many accolades. A host of ESPN relayed the news of the starlet’s virtuous behavior via Twitter. The first class compartment that Amy was lounging in had one of its seats freely lent by the actress to a serviceman. All this occurred well before boarding the plane.
Amy saw the serviceman and spoke to the crew and staff of the airplane who then guided the military gentleman to her seat. The man hobnobbed with Amy for awhile before he proceeded to her seat which was especially reserved for him thanks to Amy’s generosity. Some of the fellow passengers thought this action taken by Amy Adams showed a lot of class and pure breeding. She was highly commended for doing the right thing.
One of the fellow travelers even had his selfie taken with Amy. And he admired her and said that he was now an even bigger fan of Amy after he came to know of the act of charity she had undertaken. Later on when she disembarked from the plane, Amy spoke of how she had not been so good just for the sake of hogging all the attention. She had done it because it was the most appropriate thing to do in such circumstances. She supported her nation’s troops and in order to show this spirit of camaraderie she had vacated her seat for a soldier.
Amy has received an Oscar for her role in American Hustle. She is a beautiful and vivacious actress who brings inspiration and light into the lives of so many ordinary people by her acting chops on screen. Many times in Hollywood you see these stars and starlets get all materialistic and show rude and obnoxious behavior just because they think that as celebrities they have a right to indulge themselves. But Amy is not like that at all. She is an angel in human form.
Just saw actress Amy Adams do something incredibly classy. She gave her 1st class seat to an American soldier. I'm an even bigger fan now.— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) June 27, 2014