Adam Levine, Chaz Bono and Zachary Quinto are among the celebrities participating in an upcoming It Gets Better special.

The It Get Better Project is a collection of videos created by politicians, celebrities and everyday folks urging bullied gay teens considering suicide to hang in there, because life gets better.

Sex advice columnist, author and gay activist Dan Savage and his partner, Terry Miller, founded It Gets Better.

The 60-minute special will take a look at the lives of three young gay people struggling with their sexuality: a young man who has yet to come out to his family; a young woman whose sexuality is not supported by her family; and a transgender man preparing to marry.

“The lives of these three young people will resonate with millions of teens – gay and straight – who are being bullied for simply being themselves,” said Savage. “It's so important they know that things get better and that living openly and honestly and being who you are makes it better. They have so many great moments ahead of them and they will do things they never thought possible – so long as they keep fighting, stay positive, and stay with us.”

The show will also include video messages from Vinny Guadagnino, Dave Holmes, Adam Levine, Zachary Quinto, Margaret Cho, Chaz Bono, Sia and Jake Shears.

Cablers MTV and Logo will broadcast the 60-minute special on Tuesday, February 21 at 11PM.