Justin Bieber’s dedication to his fans knows no bounds. Last Friday the he made his second surprise stop at Whitney Elementary School in Las Vegas (he first visited last December). He was in town for the youngest fans and give them a day they’ll never forget.
Justin spent over an hour helping pack and hand out food donations totalling $150,000 and pledged to fill the school’s pantry for one year. According to the school’s principal, Sherrie Gahn, the children get food bags every weekend. Justin is helping with ConAgra food to make sure they have weekend food bags for a whole year.
Source: E! Online
The confirmed performances list for the 2013 Billboard Awards:
• Christina Aguilera, Pitbull, special guest, “Feel This Moment”
• David Guetta, Ne-Yo & Akon, “Play Hard”
• Jennifer Lopez & Pitbull, “Live It Up”
• Will.I.Am & Justin Bieber, “That Power”
• Nicki Minaj & Lil Wayne, “High School”
• Justin Bieber, “Take You”
• Chris Brown, “Fine China”
• Selena Gomez, “Come And Get It”
• Icona Pop, “I Love It”
• Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, “Thrift Shop”
• Bruno Mars, “Treasure”
• Miguel, “Adorn”
• Kacey Musgraves, “Merry Go Round”
• The Band Perry, “Better Dig Two”
• Prince (To be revealed)
• Ed Sheeran, “Lego House”
• Taylor Swift, “22”
Elizabeth Arden has unveiled a Summer Edition of Justin Bieber’s Someday fragrance, which is said to capture the carefree spirit of summer in a bottle, and is described as the perfect companion for playful days on the beach or flirty summer nights.
Said to be flirty and fun, the juice is a brighter version of the original Someday scent, according to the brand. It opens on top notes of mandarin zest, pear and magnolia blossom, building to a heart of strawberry and mimosa, atop a base that blends vanilla with sandalwood and musk.
The packaging is a revamped version of the original Someday presentation. The flacon this time is bright blue, with a colourful cap, adorned with gold charms.
“Someday was the first fragrance I created for my fans, and this new Special Edition fragrance was also developed with them in mind.”
“I love everything about summer: the beach, warm weather and even swimming in the ocean, so I wanted to share that with my fans in a bright, blue bottle and a fragrance that reminds me of summertime. Whether it’s music or fragrance, I always like to create something new and different just to remind them how amazing my fans are and what they mean to me.”
— Justin Bieber
Someday Summer Edition is available as a 1fl oz and 3.4 fl oz edt, priced domestically at around US$35 and US$55, respectively.
Source: The Moodie Report
Check out this sneak peek at Justin’s wax figure over at Madame Tussauds Vienna!
Sculptors at Madame Tussauds Vienna, are putting the finishing touches to their latest attraction - a wax figure copy of teen star Justin Bieber!
And they are hoping they will make a better job of it than colleagues in London where fans complained the figure looked nothing like their idol despite months of work.
Bieber worked closely with the team who created his waxwork, giving sittings in New York. Stylists also teamed up with Justin’s personal hair stylist to ensure his once legendary hairstyle was the exact replica of the original cut.
Very soon Justin’s fans can visit their ‘heartthrob’ at the Vienna attraction when it is unveiled with a flash mob on June 21st. On the same day the star will also get his sculpture unveiled in Washington DC!
A source told RadarOnline that Justin skipped the song ‘One Less Lonely Girl’ during his 2 shows in Dubai because the state religion of Islam frowns upon men touching women who are not their relatives. He didn’t want to offend anyone and he showed sensitivity and really wanted to respect the people he was playing to.
Justin recently did a interview with Gulf news talking about his life, and how he’s “just a regular kid”.
Do you ever wish you were just a regular kid?
I am a regular kid.
Well, not really…
You know what, as long as I keep thinking to myself and always remaining humble, I think that I am a regular kid and knowing that nothing is going to stop me from being who I am, then I’m going to be fine.
Justin Bieber is making videos for SpendSmart to teach youths about sound finance!
“You know when I was a kid, we didn’t have a lot of money, so me and my family had to watch the money that we spent,” Mr. Bieber says in a video directed at his young fans. “I learned if you have $100 or $100 million — if you spend more than you have, you’re going to go broke.”
“Managing your money is important,” he says, “and there’s a great company that can help you do that called SpendSmart.”
The promotional video will be shared by Justin beginning Thursday on his YouTube channel and his other social media websites so stay tuned to hear more details about his latest project!
Source: The New York Times
In all there are five schools in the region Ålesund, Norway that has moved their norwegian mid-terms that was supposed to be April 16th -17th. Why? Because Justin Bieber are having three concerts in the capital Oslo April 16th - 18th.
- A lot of students said they wanted to go to the concert. We found out that instead of doing a principally case, we simply moved the mid-terms says Roar Aason Principal at Blindheim ungdomsskole(middle school) in Ålesund to TV2.
In all there are 500 students (10th graders) going from those five middle schools. - 135 of the 10th graders are from Blindheim ungdomsskole.
The colossal world tour, his fifth number one album, and all that swag! The new king of pop opens up on dealing with drama and staying grounded on an interview by Dana Mathews for the May issue of Teen Vogue. On stands by April 16. Cover shoot photos by Boo George
“It’s a Canada goose!”
I am sitting next to Justin Bieber in his hotel room in New York City. He pulls out a mint black iPhone 5 from his pocket, and after seeing my surprised look, he excitedly explains its lock screen. it’s a simple illustration of the bird that reminds him of his humble beginnings in Stratford, Ontario. Despite the superstar bling, Justin is surprisingly low-key. He doesn’t have a personal assistant doting on him. For his Teen Vogue cover shoot, there was no rider and only one request: 50 Cent’s Vitaminwater, Formula 50 (“the purple one”).
Justin on internet fame:
“My Twitter is really nice. I have so many fans that I rarely ever see a nasty tweet. I don’t read YouTube comments because those can get you sad.”
Justin on who he counts as friends:
“My dad, my mom, Ryan [Good]. Ryan and Chaz [his friends from home]. [Lil] Twist is my best friend. They don’t see me as Justin Bieber, but just see me as Justin.”
Justin on his song “Yellow Raincoat”:
“It started as a warm-up guitar riff—it’s got that Tracy Chapman meets Eric Clapton vibe. When I heard it I thought it was brilliant. In the studio, I said something that sounded like ‘raincoat,’ and I liked it. I was thinking of what I was going through. The raincoat is a metaphor for putting up a wall, not letting anyone affect what I do, because I know who I am and what type of person I am. It doesn’t matter what they say, I’ve got this yellow raincoat covering me.”
Justin on his inner circle:
“I get good vibes from people all the time, and I probably could get along with them and be their friend, but now I just don’t trust anybody. Literally, my phone never rings. I only have, like, four people that I keep in contact with. I don’t need a bunch of friends to make me happy. I just need the people close to me that I love, that’s all.”
Justin on striving to be the best:
“When people get to where they want, they’re like, ‘I’m here, I got it.’ When I get to the top, I just want to get better.”
Justin on his concerts:
“I wanted to do something different, and something people would remember. I just want everybody to have a good time no matter what their age.”
Justin his spiritual side:
“I think that’s part of the reason I’m here. Not just because I’m talented, but because God had a purpose for me to just help people. I’m spiritual … although I slept in [and missed] church yesterday. I haven’t been to church in so long, and I planned on going, and I slept in. I was upset. It’s all good. God forgives me.”
Source: Teen Vogue
The mama bear is defending the cubs!
Actress Jada Pinkett Smith took to her Facebook page on Sunday to defend several young stars whose lives have been heavily criticized lately in the media.
“Are we bullying our young artists? … How can we ask for our young stars to have a high level of responsibility if we are not demonstrating that same level of responsibility towards them?” her post to her 3 million followers began. Accompanying the entry was a photo of Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, and Quvenzhane Wallis.
“This last week, I had to really evaluate the communication in regard to our young artists in the media. I was trying to differentiate cyber-bullying from how we attack and ridicule our young stars through media and social networks,” she continued. “It is as if we have forgotten what it means to be young or even how to behave like good ol’ grown folk. Do we feel as though we can say and do what we please without demonstrating any responsibility simply because they are famous?”
What a trooper!
Justin Bieber experienced breathing troubles during his show at London’s O2 arena tonight and, per eyewitnesses who took to Twitter immediately, the 19-year-old appeared to pass out onstage.
“He got oxygen from emergency personnel. He insisted on finishing the show. He is on the way to the hospital right now,” his rep tells E! News.
Arena sources tell us that Bieber informed the crowd that he wasn’t feeling well and went backstage to get checked out. He returned to the stage about 10 minutes later and finished the show, despite a doctor’s recommendation that he pull the plug.
Justin Bieber, one of the biggest pop stars on the planet, was in town over the holiday weekend doing a photo shoot for Teen Vogue at the N.C. Transportation Museum in Spencer and chowing down on waffles, we assume, at Waffle House in Salisbury.
Bieber stunned people at the Waffle House on Jake Alexander Boulevard when he showed up around 3 a.m. Sunday. A manager, who did not actually witness the teen icon but did confirm his presence, said restaurant staff were prohibited from taking photos and asking for autographs.
Then, the Biebster spent most of Monday afternoon at a hush-hush photo shoot at the Spencer museum.
Justin Bieber is leaving the sweet, puppy-love days of his My World albums behind for the glitzier and more mature Believe, which depicts him in the club, falling in love with girls and the hard beats.
When he dropped the album’s first single, “Boyfriend,” back in March, it was clear he was making a statement, declaring, “I am man, hear me roar!”
That transition is explored even further on the rest of Believe. In addition to the more mature sound, the tracks are really strong and sequenced well — they play into one another. Bieber and Usher, the album’s executive producer, have managed to craft an album that almost never misses a beat. And on an album with a lot of beats, that’s saying something.
In the June issue of GQ, Justin admits occasionally drinking alcohol, despite being underage: “For me, it’s just like, I like to be in control of myself. I mean, I’ve had a beer, like, before… But I never get out of control.”
A large part of that decision stems from not wanting to disappoint his fans. His manager, Scooter Braun, says Justin “knows that I hold him to a high standard. He doesn’t want to blow it.”
As the biebs explains: “I mean, I keep my guard up a lot, because you know, you can’t trust anyone in this business. That’s what’s sad. You can’t trust anybody. I learned the hard way.”
JB also defended his friend Kim Kardashian after a member of his team called her a ‘bitch’: ”You guys are so mean, bro. People say she doesn’t do anything; she actually does do stuff. She works hard.”