Sharon Osbourne, Flo Rida, Pete Wentz And More Join WWE And The Creative Coalition To Form The S.T.A.R. Alliance – Let’s End Bullying!

Sharon Osbourne, Flo Rida, Pete Wentz And More Join WWE And The Creative Coalition To Form The S.T.A.R. Alliance - Let's End Bullying!

The celebrity world is full of craziness and ridiculosity, sure, but there’s also a lot of good being done, too. While we’re definitely here to point out the insane-OMG moments, we think it’s important to highlight some of that goodness as well. One of these great endeavors is S.T.A.R. Alliance, which is a recently formed group of actors, musicians, comedians, athletes, television personalities, and members of The Creative Coalition who are making an effort to put an end to bullying!

It’s very important, especially in the age of rampant social media and other technologies, that we’re aware of bullying, all the various forms it can take, and how we as humans can work together to make it less prominent in our society. Never will we be able to totally eliminate the act of bullying, but we sure can work to reduce its far reaching evils!

Recently, The Creative Coalition and WWE announced the launch of the S.T.A.R. Alliance, which endeavors to “use pop culture’s most influential voices to help eradicate the raging bullying epidemic plaguing America’s schools.” According to Robin Bronk, CEO of The Creative Coalition, “We are delighted to partner with WWE to bring these powerful and inspirational voices of the entertainment industry to encourage children to be participatory in standing up to bullies.”

There are many celebs part of this new initiative, including Florida Georgia Line, Train, Flo Rida, Sharon Osbourne, Omar Epps, Chelsea Hightower, Piers Morgan, Pete Wentz, and many more. We’re excited to see all the great work this new team does!

More information about Be a STAR, founded by WWE and The Creative Coalition:

Be a STAR (beastaralliance.org) is an anti-bullying alliance co-founded by WWE and The Creative Coalition. Its mission is to ensure a positive and equitable social environment for everyone regardless of age, race, religion or sexual orientation through grassroots efforts beginning with education and awareness. Be a STAR, which stands for “Show Tolerance And Respect,” promotes positive methods of social interaction and encourages people to treat others as equals.



  • Lesley Stevens

    Sounds like a pretty good initiative, I’m curious to see how it goes. I hope that these celebrities can have some positive influence.

  • Rebecca Bryant

    i’m all for ending bullying it is such a horrible thing. My son’s music teacher had to remove a fellow band student recently because of cyber bullying it’s a so sad.

  • Kori

    It’s always nice to see celebrities using their fame for good. This is a great campaign.

  • http://www.growingupmadison.com Amanda Love

    Bulling is a really terrible thing and I’m glad that they are standing up for something. As a big fan of the WWE I applaud their efforts.

  • http://swtiine.blogspot.com Annie Mai

    I am all for ending bullying! I was bullied, however I didn’t stand for it so the bullies backed off thankfully.

  • Tiffany Steadman-Collins

    Bullying has become an almost like an illness, there seems to not be a cure and it is infecting all around it. I love that celebrities are starting to take a positive stand :)

  • Ann Bacciaglia

    What a great list of celebrities. I love Sharon Osbourne and glad she is involved with this.

  • babitas2008@yahoo.com

    I don’t follow celebrities news but I like it when they lend their name to a good cause. It is a great campaign.

  • Lean Lacaba

    That is amazing. I was bullied when I was younger, and it was scarring. I love that they do these things.