Justin Bieber Teams With XKarla for Shirt Benefitting Animals Displaced by California Fires

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Justin Bieber attends the Saint Laurent show at The Hollywood Palladium on Feb. 10, 2016 in Los Angeles.

Justin Bieber has joined the growing list of celebrities who are pitching in to help those displaced and affected by the devastating California wildfires. The singer announced on Tuesday night (Nov. 20) that he has teamed with fashion house xKarla on a trio of T-shirts bearing his likeness, with a portion of the proceeds going to the Humane Society to help "animals hurt and displaced in the fires," according to a tweet.   

The white T-shirts in the "Meta" collection include "The Baby," a $40 baby tee featuring short-haired Bieber in profile (the same image that comes on "The Original") and another one with an image of Bieber taking off a white shirt.

Bieber joins a list of efforts tor raise funds for those impacted by the worst, deadliest wildfire in California history, including Vagrant Records co-founder Rich Egan, who is selling an "I Believe in California" shirt, Metallica, who donated $100,000 to wildfire relief efforts, Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus, who donated $500,000 to "restore Malibu's Magic," Foo Fighters singer Dave Grohl, who cooked up BBQ for firefighters and Lady Gaga, who has visited disaster shelters with pizza, coffee and gift cards in tow.

So far, the fires have claimed 84 lives, with more than 800 people unaccounted for at press time; more than 400 square miles have been scorched by the massive Camp Fire in Northern California's Butte County and the Woolsey Fire in Southern California.