These Celebrities Simply Won't Put Up With Bullying, Okay?
Because sometimes it takes your fave celeb to make you realise you are so, totally, worth it…
There's nothing better when you realise that your fave celeb is not only ridiculously talented and good looking, but totally sticks up for their fans when it comes to bullying.
What with social media making cyber bullying an all too common occurrence in recent years, a number of celebrities are often seen sending fans personal messages and making us fall in love with them even more.
These are just a few stars that we've spotted saving the day…
It's no secret that Taylor is super protective of her fans when it comes to bullying. The Style singer regularly 'Taylurks' the Swifties to see what they're up to, and loves nothing more than to leave heart-warming messages for them.
Her music is the ultimate soundtrack for self-love, so we thought we'd leave you with some of our fave lyrics: "The haters gonna hate, hate, hate, hate, hate, Baby, I'm just gonna shake, shake, shake, shake, shake I shake it off, I shake it off."
Keep up the good work Taylor, it's what makes us love you so much.
Jessie J's music kind of speaks for itself when it comes to anti-bullying, with her songs often a message to fans to be happy with who you are and acceptance.
So when Jessie replied to a particularly nasty message on Twitter with: "And you my darling are a bully. :)" Followed by: "Please do not tweet that guy. 2 wrongs do NOT make a right."
YES Jessie, we totally love you for this!
Ariana has struggled with bullying in the past, and regularly reiterates that just because she's not in High School, doesn't mean she's immune to it.
Back in 2012 the singer wrote a particularly moving piece which she began by revealing how one of her fans took her own life due to bullying, and that she wanted to do her part to make sure it never happens again.
"Be happy with being you. Love your flaws. Own your quirks. And know that you are just as perfect as anyone else, exactly as you are."
You hear that? YOU ARE PERFECT.
5 Seconds of Summer's Ashton Irwin
Get the tissues ready, because this big brother moment will have you in tears.
5SOS drummer Ashton Irwin took to twitter last year after he found out his sister was being bullied, saying: “Can’t believe people pick on my sister at school, one day they will realise individuality is a beautiful thing, I love you Lauren, be tough.”
This sparked FOUR separate trends online, with #5SOSFamLoveLauren reaching all corners of the globe. Best brother EVER!
Demi Lovato's really-don't-care vibe is so infectious we're practically unstoppable when it comes to ignoring the bullies.
The singer has previously teamed up with an anti-bullying campaign to make sure her Lovatics don't experience the same hurt she has in the past.
"It's important to stay strong and know that at the end of the day, other people's opinions really don't matter. What really matters most is how you feel about yourself."