It wasn't too long ago that we were staring at the bewildering shots of Nashville being submerged in water and even now, the city is still working to rebuild after the terrible flooding earlier this year.
Part of the relief effort was given a huge helping hand by Justin Bieber, who was in town yesterday to perform a concert at the Bridgestone Arena. Before the show, he presented a check to the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee for $31,620, which came from the ticket sales from his sold-out show.
As Justin handed over his generous contribution, he told the crowd:
"I'm really glad to be here and to help out something that's really important to me. Music has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember, and you know Nashville, there's so much music history here."
Isn't he just so good! And not only did he donate his time and money, but his organizers, AEG Live, agreed to math the amount he donated to the organization.
That's what we like to hear! Nice work to everyone!
[Image via The Tennessean.]