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Justin Bieber Makes A Valentine's Day Visit To Children's Hospital

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With millions of adoring fans, one would think that Justin Bieber would have a hectic Valentine’s Day. But the teen idol didn’t spend the day running from hordes of fans, or even canoodling with his gf/bff Selena Gomez. Instead, Bieber visited a children’s hospital to brighten up the day of a few lucky patients.

The Grammy-nominated singer made a trip to the Mattel Children’s Hospital at UCLA yesterday, and took some time to pose for pictures with the kids and sign autographs. Bieber also arranged for the patients to be able to have a screening of his new movie, “Never Say Never,” as many of them are unable to get to theaters.

After the visit, Bieber tweeted “just finished seeing some amazing kids who couldnt get to see #NSN3D …so we surprised them about brought the movie to them.” Bieber ended the tweet with the hashtag #makeachange.

Bieber seems to be doing everything he can to #makeachange himself, as this is just one in a long string of altruistic acts and charity events in which Bieber has participated. Lately, the star has done work with PETA and contributed to a Grammy Auction benefiting children’s hospitals. Bieber seems to do more charity work at 16 than most celebrities do as adults.

Just two days ago, Bieber was beaten out for the “Best New Artist” Grammy award by jazz singer Esperanza Spalding in a shocking upset. But don’t worry, Biebz… you’re a winner in our book!

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