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Britney Spears teams up with Anderson Cooper for anti-bullying campaign

By Stephanie Kaplan,
The pop-singer has joined the movement to end bullying after Cooper released his documentary

Britney Spears, who recently made headlines for her gorgeous new look, shared that she has joined Anderson Cooper's movement to end bullying after she viewed The Bully Effect on his show, Anderson Cooper 360.

Perez Hilton reports that singer, who recently split from her fiancee of a year, Jason Trawick, took to her Twitter to show her support for the cause.

E! Online reports that the Bully Effect will be aired again on both March 3 and 9. The film focuses on the lives of several children who were seen in the controversial movie, Bully.

A popular organization, 'The Bully Project', travels around the country to visit schools and educate students on the problem. The group has already connected with over 500,000 people, both children and adults.

Cooper has said of the cause, “Increasing empathy and understanding is one of the greatest weapons we have to reduce bullying. That's why I believe in the power of reporting.”

You can join the movement to help end bullying by visiting The Bully Project website.

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