Justin Bieber


Justin Bieber continues to make wishes come true.

In fact, the pop star has become the first recording artist to grant 200 wishes through the Make-A-Wish Foundation, a new record for the organization.

The 19-year-old singer reached that milestone upon meeting with Annalysha Brown-Rafanan in Atlanta over the weekend.

The 8-year-old, who is suffering from a life-threatening liver condition, asked the heartthrob several questions before adorably proposing to him. Naturally, he accepted.

"Hey Beliebers! Join us in congratulating @JustinBieber on his 200th wish & help us grant even more," the Make-A-Wish Foundation tweeted while also thanking Bieber "for granting so many amazing wishes."

"This is what it is about," replied Bieber. "Honored yesterday. one of the best moments ive ever had. thank u. looking forward to doing more together. thanks."

Bieber's manager, Scooter Braun, also took to Twitter and wrote, "Just watched @justinbieber grant his 200th make a wish!! Most ever by any musician! Very #Proud," along with an Instagram pic of the singer and Annalysha.

"Justin has a big heart, has an extremely busy schedule, and yet he still takes time to meet [the kids]," Josh deBerge, national communications manager for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, tells E! News. "For a teenager to recognize the importance of wish-granting and understand the impact it has on children with life-threatening medical conditions...We think it's just wonderful and our Wish kids think it's wonderful, too."

Bieber has also "been very generous with his album sales throughout the years," deBerge added, "donating a portion of his profits to Make-A-Wish, as well as a portion of holiday sales from his perfume."

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