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Jordin Sparks, Victoria Justice Get Funky To End Cyberbullying With #MakeItHappy Campaign

02/02/2015 05:12 pm ET | Updated Feb 02, 2015

Thanks to a new Coca-Cola campaign, the Internet is about to get a whole happier.

The #MakeItHappy movement supports positive feedback on social media and features celebs like Jordin Sparks, Victoria Justice and Bea Miller in a music video.

Highlighting the benefits of being kind online, the song has an “Uptown Funk” vibe and includes Internet stars like Sam Tsui and Brent Rivera. While most of the video is set in a recording studio, it also has dancing in the street and celebs like Nolan Gould from "Modern Family" adding their thoughts on changing the Internet for the better.

Vine star Chris Collins sums up Coca-Cola’s mission best by pointing out the effects, both positive and negative, of using social media.

“It’s important that the Internet is a positive place because words can affect people. They can be damaging or they can be a positive impact in changing someone’s life.”

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