WATCH: Justin Bieber honours Make-A-Wish fan at Young Hollywood Awards

WATCH: Justin Bieber honours Make-A-Wish fan at Young Hollywood Awards

Justin Beiber was named the Champ of Charity at the 2014 Young Hollywood Awards and we got to see a side of him we rarely ever see.

The pop singer has earned a bad rap in recent months, but he attempted to turn the tables on Sunday.

He made 11-year-old Grace's dreams come true by helping to make her the star of the show, something she's always wanted to be.

After explaining that he gives back to sick children not for the positive press, but because he genuinely cares, the Biebs announced that he was giving his award to Grace.

The star presented his award to Grace Kesablak, he then worked the crowd into a cheering roar, hugged her and affectionately carrying her off stage.

She looked so overcome with joy to be by her favorite singer’s side.

Justin also took time out to wish a 6-year-old Massachusetts boy who is suffering from an incurable brain tumor a very special happy birthday on July 25.

All Danny Nickerson wanted for his 6th birthday were cards from strangers around the world, but never did he dream of hearing from a huge pop star like Justin Bieber.

The singer made sure Danny felt special on his big day by Instagramming a photo of the little boy with the words, “HAPPY BIRTHDAY DANNY! MUCH LOVE, JUSTIN BIEBER” written across it. He captioned the pic: “#happybirthdaydanny stay strong”.

We like this side of Justin, more of this please.

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