2018 has been quite a year for celebs. There were cheating scandals, arrests, and controversy surrounding stars like Tristan Thompson, Heather Locklear, and Kevin Hart. On the flip side, people like Lebron James, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Tyler Perry did a lot of good! Read on to see who was nice — and who was naughty!
Topping off the nice list are Gywneth and Chris Martin. The exes, who have two kids together, have always played nice since “consciously uncoupling” in 2014. But this year, they took that to a new level when they celebrated Thanksgiving together as a family with Gywn’s new husband Brad Falchuk and Chris’ beau Dakota Johnson. They may also celebrate Christmas as a modern family, too. Gwyneth shared a picture on Instagram that revealed she has a holiday stocking up for Chris in her house.
Speaking of Khloe, she makes our list of nice stars for not only forgiving the father of her child, but sticking with him.
Lebron may have left Cleveland for Los Angeles this year, but the NBA champion is making sure his presence is felt. The athlete built the Promise School in his hometown of Akron, which means he deserves a lot of gifts. The basketball star even made a surprise visit and met with students and teachers when the Lakers visited Cleveland to take on the Cavaliers.
Kevin is ending 2018 on a bad note. The comedian deserves coal after he refused to apologize for homophobic tweets he made in 2011. The comedian also used the topic in his standup show. Instead of apologizing for the offensive language, the star stepped down as next years Oscars' host.
Meanwhile, comedian Tyler should be getting whatever he asked for this Christmas. The star paid off more than $430,000 in Walmart layaways in his hometown of Atlanta.
Another star deserving of coal is The Bachelor's Amanda Stanton. The reality star was sent to the slammer and then charged with domestic violence against her boyfriend Bobby Jacobs. She told US Weekly she thought she simply shoved him. Security at their Las Vegas hotel must have seen it differently.
Who do you think deserves coal this year? Let us know in the comments.