In September, actor/performer Corey Feldman appeared on Today to perform a song from his album Angelic 2 the Core. The clip of his performance ended up being Today's most-watched clip of the year, but the critical reception was…let's just say "not great." Today, a month after his first performance on the show, Feldman returned to Today to do another song, this one an anti-bullying anthem called "Take a Stand" from that same album.
During the introduction to this song, Feldman told host Tamron Hall that this was a song "for America," and added, "We are at a time right now where the world needs to focus on peace and love."
Feldman took a lot of flak after his first performance, and even admitted that if he weren't so used to criticism, he might have contemplated suicide, which is really sad. People can be so cruel. But after that performance, he says he received support from Pink, Kesha, Miley Cyrus, and even Paris Jackson, the daughter of his friend and idol Michael Jackson. That support made him want to perform again, so maybe just remember he is an actual human being with real feelings and don't be so goddamn awful this time, internet.