WrestleMania Week Be a STAR rallies in Miami schools photos
From left: James Durbin, .T.D., David Otunga, Twan Russell, Jose "Pepe" Diaz, and Alicia Fox welcome Hialeah Gardens Middle School to WWE’s be a STAR rally.
T.D., Durbin, Otunga, and Russell pose with the children of Hialeah Middle School.
Rey Mysterio gets some up-close and personal time with the kids.
Durbin, best known for a stint on "American Idol," tells the students of his experiences with bullying.
Dolphins mascot T.D., and Director of Youth and Community Programs Twan Russell take a moment to address the young audience as well.
Miami Sports Commissioner Jose "Pepe" Diaz takes his turn at the mic.
Alicia Fox brings spunk and excitement to the rally.
Otunga poses with the tiniest member of the audience.
Otunga, The Miz and Lilian Garcia get ready to rally the students at John F. Kennedy Middle School in North Miami Beach.
T.D. gets the kids pumped up.
David Otunga explains how he dealt with bullying during his childhood.
The Miz talks about the barrage of insults he gets over social media every day, and how he uses positivity to counter it.
“Every time you have a negative thought or are going to post a negative tweet … I challenge you to do something positive, say something positive. I guarantee you and that person will feel great about themselves," The Awesome One said.
Lilian Garcia urges the students to show tolerance and respect for each other.
James Durbin describes his childhood, where he dealt with bullies in addition to autism and Tourrete’s Syndrome.
Several students won tickets to the WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and WrestleMania XXVIII.
David Otunga poses with North Miami Beach Mayor George Vallejo.