Canadian teen singing sensation Justin
Bieber says he opposes bullying in an It
Gets Better video.
The 16-year-old American Music
Award-winning singer's video premiered Monday on the Ellen
Bieber keeps his message short and to
the point in his 20-second clip.
“Hey guys, I'm Justin Bieber. I just
wanted to say there's nothing cool about being a bully. And if
you're getting bullied, make sure to tell someone and, you know, it
gets better. And if you're a bystander, make sure to step in and,
you know, help out,” he says while wearing a black T-shirt and
black baseball cap worn backwards. (The video is embedded in the
right panel of this page.)
On the show, Bieber said that even he
has been bullied.
“Everybody goes through bullying.
Everybody has, even me. On my YouTube page, there are so many
The It Gets Better Project is a
collection of inspiring videos that urge troubled gay teens
considering suicide to get help.
Other celebrities who have added their
voices to the collection include singer
Adam Lambert, Max
Adler, who plays a bully on Glee, actor and gay
Patrick Harris and singer