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Tons of singers, including Leona Lewis and Kanye West's protégé, Mr. Hudson, have teamed up to film an anti-bullying campaign video for BBC’s music station Radio 1.

Celebrities have recorded motivational video messages to help U.K. teens that suffer under the hands of bullies.

Girls Aloud singer Cheryl Cole encourages teens to be comfortable with themselves. She said, “There’s nothing more beautiful than somebody that is comfortable and confident in themselves. Surround yourselves by the people who absolutely adore you and love you for who you are.”

Hudson also gives advice, saying, “If you’re in a situation where you don’t feel comfortable, make you sure take long deep breaths and say what you need to say. You will sound more confident and feel more confident.”

Australian pop star Peter André, British boy band JLS and X Factor winner Alexandra Burke are also supporting the awareness drive.

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