Hunter Hayes stopped by “The Ellen Show” last week but the talk show host was so sick she didn’t get to meet the country star. Thankfully Hayes was in Hollywood on Tuesday and stopped by the show to say hello to Ellen DeGeneres and talk about his new single. Hunter first performed the song on “The Ellen Show” last week then everyone saw his performance on the Grammys. According to Hunter on Tuesday, the message he gives people is from personal experience.
“It is a bit personal,” said Hunter Hayes on “The Ellen Show” about the song “It took a while to admit that. It took a while to realize that it alright to be a total outcast.”
Bullying comes in many different forms and Hunter Hays has experienced being an outcast and the victim of bullying firsthand. Knowing it effects viewers as well the star hoped that his new single will give people hope and strength to find a passing and keep going in life.
Hunter Hayes is getting ready to kick off the “We’re Not Invisible” tour later this year. Hoping to spread the message and offer some compassion to other folks the star is doing his part by singing the song and encouraging people to get involved.
Take a look at the video clip of Hunter Hayes talking about his music. He really seems to have a handle on his passion now and the idea of this artist being an outcast seems almost unbelievable.