Pink Says 'Love Is Louder Than Fear'

Outspoken pop star tells bullies: 'Come find me.'

[artist id="710231"]Pink[/artist] has never been one to keep her opinions to herself, so it should come as no surprise that she's just recorded a message for Love is Louder, the viral campaign launched by MTV, actress Brittany Snow and the Jed Foundation (with support from DoSomething.org, the Trevor Project, Reach Out, Active Minds and the Ad Council).

And it should also come as no surprise that she comes out swinging in her video, reaching out to not only teens who are bullied, but the bullies themselves too.

"Love is louder than fear; love is louder than ignorance; love is louder than pain; love is louder than anything," Pink says. "If there's any bullies out there that really need to take their anger out on someone, come find me."

Pink is just the latest in an ever-growing list of stars that have lent their support to Love Is Louder. In recent weeks, everyone from "Twilight's" Kellan Lutz to the "Jersey Shore's" Snooki and JWoww have filmed videos for the campaign, started in the wake of the suicide of Rutgers University student Tyler Clementi, who took his own life after his roommate posted footage of a sexual encounter between him and another man online.

Of course, her Love Is Louder message isn't the only reason Pink is making headlines these days. She's just announced that the video for "Raise Your Glass" — a single off her upcoming Greatest Hits ... So Far!!! album — will take place at a gay wedding, an idea inspired by a real-life experience.

"I threw my best friend's wedding in my backyard. [She] is gay, and she married her wife, and it was absolutely beautiful," she told

target="_blank">InDemand.fm. "At the end of it, her mom said, 'Why can't this be legal?' and started crying. It was just the most heartbreaking thing I've ever seen, so that's why I'm doing it in my video."

For more information on Love Is Louder, check out the project's

target="_blank">Facebook page for more information. You can also upload videos to Your.MTV.com, just like Snow did. You can also keep the conversation going on Twitter by using the hashtag #loveislouder.