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Levine lends his voice to anti-bullying video

Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine has spoken out against anti-gay bullies by recording a video for columnist Dan Savage’s ‘It Gets Better’ project. The project is designed to encourage gay teens, who are being bullied in high school, to stay strong.

In Levine’s video he discusses his own difficulties in high school and how he overcame them. The ‘She Will Be Loved’ singer said: "I hated high school, high school sucked, but if you can get through it, there’s a whole world that exists beyond people treating you badly."

The ‘It Gets Better’ project was started by Savage after a series of teen suicides were linked to LGBT-related harassment.

Other stars who have already made video contributions to the project include Ke$ha, Jason Derulo and Tim Gunn.

Watch Adam Levine’s contribution to ‘It Gets Better’ here: