Soccer star David Beckham has presented the one millionth anti-bully band to a teenager who beat bullying by signing up to the Beat Bullying campaign.
Becks gave the band to 13-year-old Jess Sparrow, who was being bullied but stood up to her tormentors.
"Bullying is something we all have responsibility to stamp out," said the England skipper.
Jess agreed: "Every time I see someone wearing one I feel like I am not alone, I feel that they are supporting me."
She added: "A few weeks ago my life was so different, so miserable, but the Beat Bullying wristbands really made a difference in my school."
The blue rubber bands were given out by a Radio 1 campaign to beat bullying and have been a huge hit.
Although Jess got the last band in the campaign, organisers say if you've already ordered a band, it should be on its way to you soon.
Banned in some schools
But in recent weeks some schools have banned them - and other rubber bands showing support for different campaigns - over health and safety fears.
Some heads said they were worried the bands could catch on door handles, others said pupils were just wearing too many bands.