The actress gave up her first class seat in a flight from Detroit to Los Angeles to a serviceman traveling coach. She had spoken to a flight attendant the switch places with him. Cool deal in my book.
But am a little put off on the writer of the article. One comment he made was that someone in coach got a wonderful seat mate. Hmm. Meaning her. As that is true, for her deed, the seat mate person in first class may have gotten a better one. I would think a better story would have given the service mans name and bio
But , Amy Adams, you move up to my A list.
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