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Leona Lewis has returned from a trip to Romania to visit a bear sanctuary with the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA).

“When I heard about the kind of lives that captive bears suffer around the world, I was shocked,” said the singer. “After what they’ve been through, they can’t be released back into the wild. So I asked WSPA if I could visit one of their bear sanctuaries to see for myself how the bears are cared for after they’ve been rescued.”

The singer spent two days at the sanctuary at the end of her European tour.

“Heading back after my trip to the bear sanctuary!” she added on Twitter. “Its sooo amazing, the bears are magnificent. After a life of abuse they r finally happy!”

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