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Andrew Garfield belly dances for charity on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’

We knew Spider-Man could climb skyscrapers, but did you know he could also belly dance?

"The Amazing Spider-Man" star Andrew Garfield stopped by "The Ellen Show" recently where he performed no fewer than ten dances in order to raise $10,000 for his charity, the Worldwide Orphans Foundation (WWO).

The 29-year-old actor is somewhat infamous for his dorky dance moves in "The Social Network" (there's even a Facebook page devoted to it!), and in July he cut a rug, badly, next to girlfriend Emma Stone for the Spanish TV show "El Hormiguero."

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This time around, Garfield was not even given any music as he did everything from the Irish jig to the can-can, with $1,000 going to WWO for each dance he did correctly. Garfield even lifted his shirt up to show his belly dance after the dance clock ran out.

"That's awesome, thank you!" he said after raising the money. No, thank you, Andrew!

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Garfield, who became the ambassador of the WWO in July, is no stranger to acting out if it means he can help out those less fortunate. In September, he and Stone, who is herself ambassador of the cancer charity Gilda's Club, were being swarmed by the paps outside a restaurant when they decided to hold up signs that brought attention to their charities.

"We just found out that there are paparazzi outside the restaurant we were eating in. So why not take this -->" read the sign held up by Stone, which pointed to the sign held up by the 24-year-old actress' main man.

"Opportunity to bring attention to organizations that need and deserve it," read Garfield's sign. "WWW.WWO.ORG, WWW.GILDASCLUBNYC.ORG Have a nice day!"

Talk about smooth moves!