Glee’s Lea Michele Honored for Good Deeds image

Lea Michele's PETA ad. (PETA)

Crusade against carriages.

"Glee" actress Lea Michele has been included on the 2011 list of "Top 20 Celebs Gone Good." Michele, who plays diva Rachel Berry on the Fox show, landed No. 16 on the list for her work with PETA. Michele is an advocate against carriage horses in New York City. Lady Gaga has nabbed the top spot for the past two years.

In addition, PTEA announced last week the actress is in the running in the peta2 (PETA's youth division) sixth annual Libby Awards, which honor animal-friendly people and products. In the category of Top Animal-Friendly Celebrity, Michele will face off against, among others, "Jackass's" Steve-O, who protested outside the Edmonton Valley Zoo to call on zoo officials to allow an ailing elephant to retire to an elephant sanctuary. The winner will be announced January 17.

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- Hollie Deese