Dan Savage's It Gets Better Comes to MTV
BY Jeremy Kinser
February 01 2012 12:44 PM ET
The It Gets Better campaign, launched by Dan Savage in 2010 as a response to antigay bullying and teen suicide, is now an hour-long special with appearances by Zachary Quinto, Jake Shears, Chaz Bono, Margaret Cho, Sia, and Adam Levine, reports Entertainment Weekly.
EW's Tanner Stransky exclusively reports that the advice columnist-activist will host the special, also titled It Gets Better, which will follow three young people as they struggle with LGBT issues and will premiere simultaneously on Logo/MTV February 21.
Watch a clip from the show below.
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