Justin Bieber cheers on Canada at Special Olympics

 Pop sensation Justin Bieber supported Canada at the opening ceremony of the 2015 Special Olympics World Games, cheering proudly alongside the athletes from his home country.

Justin Bieber cheers on Canada at Special Olympics

Los Angeles: Pop sensation Justin Bieber supported Canada at the opening ceremony of the 2015 Special Olympics World Games, cheering proudly alongside the athletes from his home country.

Bieber, 21, stood alongside the Canadian team and helped the games participants get pumped up during the first day of the nine-day event in Los Angeles, California, reported People magazine.

"Let's to Canada," Bieber Tweeted, sharing a video of himself chanting "Let's go Canada" with the athletes.

The "Baby" hitmaker, who was wearing a gingham shirt and straw fedora for the event at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, also posed for photos with close friend Cody Simpson, 18, Maria Shriver, 59, and Maria Menounos, 37. 

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