Andrew Garfield seems eager to show off just how nimble he’s gotten playing a superhero who scales buildings: The 'Spider Man' star busted out a whole host of dance moves –- including 'Single Ladies' and Gangnam Style -- on “Ellen” Tuesday to raise funds for the Worldwide Orphans Foundation.

During the 45-second segment, host Ellen DeGeneres called out 10 different moves; for each one Garfield executed correctly, Shutterfly agreed to donate $1,000 to the organization, which helps empower orphans to become healthy, independent members of their communities. (Hat tip: BuzzFeed.)

“You want me to humiliate myself for these kids?” Garfield asked Ellen.

“I want you to teach children to be free!” she exclaimed.

Garfield’s dance-moves repertoire eventually earned $10,000 for the charity. But this isn’t the first time the British actor has used a very public stage to advocate for the nonprofit.

Back in September, Garfield and girlfriend Emma Stone saw the paparazzi perched outside the restaurant where they were eating lunch, waiting to snap a shot.

The two put on picture-perfect faces and held up signs asking fans to support the Worldwide Orphans Foundation and Gilda’s Club, which helps people living with cancer.

Click through the slideshow below to see how Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone used a paparazzi moment to raise awareness for charity:

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  • Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone paparazzi charity moment

    Couple Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield using their celebrity status to draw attention to a good cause after leaving lunch in New York City, New York on September 15, 2012. Emma was holding up a sign that read "We just found out that there are paparazzi outside the restaurant we were eating in, So why no take this..." and Andrew's sign read "Opportunity to bring attention to organizations that need and deserve it? www.wwo.org and www.gildsclub.org, Have A Great Day!" The two websites they were promoting are Worldwide Orphans Foundation and cancer help at Gilda's Club. Couple Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield using their celebrity status to draw attention to a good cause after leaving lunch in New York City, New York on September 15, 2012. Emma was holding up a sign that read "We just found out that there are paparazzi outside the restaurant we were eating in, So why no take this..." and Andrew's sign read "Opportunity to bring attention to organizations that need and deserve it? www.wwo.org and www.gildsclub.org, Have A Great Day!" The two websites they were promoting are Worldwide Orphans Foundation and cancer help at Gilda's Club.

  • Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone paparazzi charity moment

    Couple Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield using their celebrity status to draw attention to a good cause after leaving lunch in New York City, New York on September 15, 2012. Emma was holding up a sign that read "We just found out that there are paparazzi outside the restaurant we were eating in, So why no take this..." and Andrew's sign read "Opportunity to bring attention to organizations that need and deserve it? www.wwo.org and www.gildsclub.org, Have A Great Day!" The two websites they were promoting are Worldwide Orphans Foundation and cancer help at Gilda's Club. Couple Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield using their celebrity status to draw attention to a good cause after leaving lunch in New York City, New York on September 15, 2012. Emma was holding up a sign that read "We just found out that there are paparazzi outside the restaurant we were eating in, So why no take this..." and Andrew's sign read "Opportunity to bring attention to organizations that need and deserve it? www.wwo.org and www.gildsclub.org, Have A Great Day!" The two websites they were promoting are Worldwide Orphans Foundation and cancer help at Gilda's Club.

  • Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone paparazzi charity moment

    Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield hold up signs for the paparrazi on September 15, 2012 in New York City. (Josiah Kamau, BuzzFoto / FilmMagic)

  • Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone paparazzi charity moment

    Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield hold up a few hand written signs after lunching together in New York City. The signs, written on brown paper, read, 'We just found out that there are paparazzi outside the restaurant we were eating in. So .. why not take this opportunity to bring attention to organizations that need and deserve it? Have a great day!' with web addresses for two charities, Wolrdwide Orphans Foundation and Gilda's Club New York City. (Felipe Ramales, Pacific Coast News)

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