Selena Gomez, Eva Longoria and more celebs share messages of support to bullied child Keaton Jones

A-list celebs are sharing their messages of support to 11-year-old Keaton Jones, the child whose anti-bullying video went viral.

In the video, Keaton tells his mother that his classmates make fun of his appearance, but his attitude about bullying is what has captured the hearts of the world…

“People that are different don’t need to be criticized about it,” he says in the video.

“It’s not their fault, but if you are made fun of, just don’t let it bother you. They suck I guess.”

Selena Gomez is just one of the A-listers to share her support to the Tennessee-based child…

“Hey Keaton, it’s Selena Gomez. I saw your video and it completely broke my heart but I want to remind you how courageous that was,” she began.

“I thought what you said was real and genuine.

“I think you’re a very brave young boy to go through that and you don’t realize it yet, but you’re going to help a lot of other people who are feeling the same way.

“I’m encouraging you and I’m cheering you on. Just know, L.A. loves you a lot.”

Eva Longoria is just another one of the many famous faces to share her support to Keaton and anti-bullying…

“I love this boy and I’ve never met him. YOU are an angel my friend, don’t ever let others define who you are. You are brave and beautiful just as you are,” Eva Longoria wrote on Instagram, directed at Keaton Jones.

“Bullies are insecure and ignorant. Words create emotional poison, don’t listen to them so that poison doesn’t ever get to your pure heart,

“I think you are a special human being that deserves nothing but happiness. And you will have it. Many blessings to you. And when you think you don’t have the strength, you should know I’m sending you all my energy to help you through.”

Orlando Bloom added: “As a father but really just as a human with a heart this breaks my heart makes me mad it’s not ok.”

Hailee Steinfeld reached out to Keaton and invited him to the Pitch Perfect 3 premiere, while Chris Evans invited him and his mother Kimberly Jones to next year’s Avengers premiere.

Let’s hope all these A-list messages of support will put an end to bullying!