WWE hosts a Be a STAR rally in St. Louis before Raw 1,000: photos
WWE Superstars Sheamus, The Miz and Eve joined WWE Executive Vice President of Creative Stephanie McMahon and American Idol’s James Durbin for a be a STAR Alliance rally in St. Louis prior to Raw 1,000.
Hundreds of children packed into the Herbert Hoover Boys & Girls Club to hear the Superstars speak out against bullying.
St. Louis Sports Commission President Frank Viverito welcomes the be a STAR Alliance to St. Louis.
Flint W. Fowler, president of the Greater St. Louis Boys & Girls Club, talks about the importance of the Alliance’s anti-bullying message.
The children were very excited to see the World Heavyweight Champion, Sheamus, in person
"It’s easier to be nice to somebody than to be negative," Sheamus said, encouraging the kids to be respectful to each other.
Former WWE Divas Champion Eve shared her own experiences of dealing with bullies.
The Miz urged the kids to combat cyberbullying by spreading positive messages on Facebook and Twitter.
James Durbin, a fan favorite from season 10 of American Idol, told the children about how he was bullied as a child and how he overcame it.
McMahon talks about the resources the be a STAR Alliance has created.
The children take the be a STAR pledge, promising to show tolerance and respect.
Durbin performs a song during the rally.
McMahon and the Superstars take time to meet the children after the rally.
Viverito chats up the World Heavyweight Champion before Raw 1,000.