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Bieber And Others Join Grammy Auction For Charity

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There’s only one cure for Bieber Fever, and that’s winning two tickets and backstage passes for a Justin Bieber concert so you can meet him yourself. The Biebs is putting that fact to good use by joining the Give Back Hollywood Foundation‘s Grammy Auction for charity!

The Foundation has launched the Grammy Auction in an effort to raise money and awareness for the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, which help save the lives of children across the country. The auction itself will feature many other exciting items to bid on in addition to the chance to meet Bieber, including tickets and meet & greets with bands like Maroon 5, One Republic, and Good Charlotte.

Not a fan of pop-rock groups? Not currently suffering from Bieber Fever? You can also bid on VIP tickets to events like tapings of the hit reality shows “American Idol” (now in full swing) and “So You Think You Can Dance.”

The auctions are being held online and are already accepting bids, with lots ending on March 3rd. The Maroon 5 meet and greet currently stands in the lead (over Bieber!) with bidding up to $700. Bieber’s lot, which now stands at $550, will probably catch up soon.

If you do end up winning, be sure to tell Bieber he’s doing great stuff… The kid has been doing all sorts of PSAs and charities, and we’re all for it!

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