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Every Famous Person Featured In "Earth," Lil Dicky's Song About Climate Change

Here's every celebrity that sang each line, and how it came to be!

This year for Earth Day, the world got a new climate change anthem courtesy of Lil Dicky and, like, a bajillion famous people. No, seriously.

It's a slightly-adult song with a beautiful animated video that features MANY different celebs singing as different animals. It's catchy and great, you should just watch it now!

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So who was everyone in that? Let's break it down:

Justin Bieber as a monkey

Ariana Grande as a zebra

Halsey as a lion cub

Zac Brown as a cow

Wiz Khalifa as a skunk

Brendon Urie as a pig

Hailee Steinfeld as a mushroom

Snoop Dogg as a weed plant

Kevin Hart as Kanye West

Adam Levine as a vulture

Shawn Mendes as a rhino

Charlie Puth as a giraffe

Sia as a kangaroo

Miley Cyrus as an elephant

Lil Jon as a clam

Miguel as a squirrel

Rita Ora as a wolf

Ed Sheeran as a koala

Katy Perry as a pony

Lil Yachty as HPV

And Leonardo DiCaprio as himself

On top of all the animals that were portrayed above, even more big names sang on the track, too: Meghan Trainor, Joel Embiid, Tory Lanez, John Legend, Backstreet Boys, Bad Bunny, Psy, Kris Wu.

So how did this superstar earth anthem come to be?

Lil Dicky told TIME, "It was me, my manager Scooter Braun and Benny Blanco, who is a true producer in every sense of the world and the reason this song happened. He is the guy that knows everybody."

He also shared that the most difficult person to convince to be in the video was Kanye West himself because he was "unreachable," so he reached out to Kevin Hart instead.

As for actor, environmental activist, and vape enthusiast Leonardo DiCaprio — I'm pretty sure it didn't take too much convincing to get him involved.

In fact, foundation helped identify nonprofits dedicated to climate change solution such as the Quick Response Fund for Nature, the Shark Conservation Fund and the Carbon Cycle Institute.

For more, you can visit WeLoveTheEarth.org. Happy Earth Day!

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