The Justin Bieber Make-A-Wish Foundation partnership is proving popular; the young hitmaker has granted 200 separate wishes to sick kids which, considering his escapades over the last few months, is actually welcome news.

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The foundation used Twitter to thank Bieber "for granting so many amazing wishes." - "Hey Beliebers! Join us in congratulating @JustinBieber on his 200th wish & help us grant even more," they said. His 200th wish? Granting an eight-year-old girl - who is suffering from a life threatening liver condition – the gift of marriage. He accepted her proposal and made the Atlanta-born Annalysha Brown-Rafanan a very happy little lady.

“Justin Bieber makes her happy. And through all her illness and poking and all that, it just takes away from ‘I'm sick,’” said Annalysha's mother, Contrina Brown. “This is what it is about. Thanks,” Bieber Tweeted to Make-A-Wish Foundation. “Honored yesterday. one of the best moments ive ever had. thank u. looking forward to doing more together. thanks.”

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Perhaps Bieber listened to Mark Wahlberg, who certainly caused some controversy as a kid, even if the media weren’t on him like they are little Justin. “Justin, are you listening?” he told U.K newspaper, The Sun. “Don’t be so naughty, yeah? Be a nice boy, pull your [pants] up, make your mom proud and stop smoking weed, you little b**tard.”

Bieber and Wahlberg are set to star in a film together, which, according to the Lone Survivor star, has already got a script. As a seasoned pro in the game, his advice to the youngster is: “This career can be short-lived. You might as well be the best you can be while you’re doing it.”