Nothing like motivation from Justin Bieber! While at the Special Olympics World Games, the Biebs showed his support for Team Canada by pumping up the athletes in an energetic video! Watch him in action here.
Cheering on his home country! Justin Bieber, 21, attended the Special Olympics opening ceremony and took pride in motivating his fellow Canadians. The “Where Are U Now” singer chanted with Team Canada before the games began in Los Angeles on July 25, and he clearly got them in the winning spirit!
Just call him Captain Justin! Wearing a stylish flannel and a hat, Justin pumped his fist while chanting, “Let’s go Canada!” in front of a huge crowd of Canadian athletes. They were clearly admiring his presence and leadership, as they started chanting with him. Justin is amazing at many things — including looking incredible shirtless — but who knew he was an amazing motivator, too?!
— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) July 26, 2015
Justin’s presence at the international sporting competition held for athletes with disabilities was greatly welcomed. He posed for several pics with fans and Beliebers at the event. The Special Olympics games kicked off on July 25, and is a nine day event featuring 7,000 athletes and 3,000 coaches from different countries. It’s so incredible that Justin could be there to support his home country!
Justin’s good pal Cody Simpson, 18, was also at the opening ceremony for the event, where he took the stage. The Aussie singer-songwriter teamed up with O.A.R.’s Marc Roberge on the 2015 Special Olympics’ theme song, “Reach Up” — and it’s amazing! The inspirational song also features Special Olympics athlete, Bogucki and YouTube sensation Madison Tevlin, who has Down syndrome.
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— Julianne Ishler