Justin Bieber Donates Ticket Sale Proceeds to Tennessee Flood Relief

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Is it possible that Justin Bieber is even more charitable than he is adorable?

The 16-year old sensation performed at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee last night. Prior to the concert, he announced that, for every ticket purchased, $1.06 would go to area flood relief, as the region still recovers from a massive spring storm that left many dead and homeless.

Ke$ha, Taylor Swift and Miley Cyrus have all performed benefit concerts in the state since this natural disaster struck.

"I’m really glad to be here and help out, something that’s really important to me," Bieber said at a press conference prior to the event, which raised $32,000-plus for the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.

No wonder Justin is considered a young world leader, huh?

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good bise

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Good job, Bieb's!

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in one of the pics justin looks FUNNY!!!! :D

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Justin Bieber would make a superb world leader. He is just the person we need to lead us through the 21st century. After all, a snot-nosed kid can't do any worse then the learned leaders we presently have.