Two of America's favorite (and most hated) entertainers will be teaming up for a new one-hour television special.
Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus, along with Pitbull, will be appearing in the special, which is called The Real Change Project: Artists for Education. The special will air at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 23 on CBS in support of National Teacher Appreciation Week (which is two weeks after the airdate).
Other stars appearing include Lady Antebellum, LMFAO's Redfoo and SkyBlu, Jason Mraz, Quincy Jones and Glee's Matthew Morrison.
"Teachers are often the unsung heroes, while actors, musicians and pro athletes get all the praise. I'm willing to bet, though, that each one of us has had at least one teacher who changed our lives forever," said Liam Murphy, founder and CEO of Real Change Productions. "The goal of our show is to not only honor these teachers but to also inspire Americans to adopt a classroom and support those who are shaping the minds of tomorrow by providing the supplies that enable them to keep making a difference today."
The Real Change unites celebrities and philanthropy, as musical performances, interviews and testimonials will stress the importance of the cause. During the special, the stars will go back to their schools, where they talk to and about the teacher's that inspired them.