Donnie Wahlberg again leaves $2,020 tip to inspire giving
PLYMOUTH, Mass. – Actor Donnie Wahlberg recently left a $2,020 tip at a Massachusetts restaurant, continuing his habit of leaving generous gratuities to brighten the days of wait staff. A photo of the receipt posted by the restaurant on Facebook reads #2020TipChallenge, a hashtag that encourages people to tip generously. “A very special thank you to our friend @donniewahlberg!,” the restaurant wrote in its post. “When asked about it, all he said was ‘who’s up next?
What to gossip about in a quarantine? Virus changes TMZ
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Donnie Wahlberg on 2016 race, "Blue Bloods" season finale
Donnie Wahlberg's success as an actor, producer and musician first began when he captured the hearts of teen girls everywhere as a founding member of the boy band New Kids on the Block. He now stars as detective and Iraq war veteran Danny Reagan in the hit CBS drama "Blue Bloods." Wahlberg joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why he supported former Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio and to preview the "Blue Bloods" sixth season finale.cbsnews.com
Donnie Wahlberg on Blue Bloods, band and family
Donnie Wahlberg on Blue Bloods, band and family When he's not writing, producing or touring with New Kids on the Block, Wahlberg stars in the hit CBS crime drama, "Blue Bloods." Wahlberg joins "CBS This Morning" to talk about his crime drama, plus the best moments from his recent wedding to Jenny McCarthy.cbsnews.com