30 April 2010
If Vevo does not allow your country to watch the video then
go watch the leaked version on TwitVid
while it is still up.
The cover for the single SOMEBODY TO LOVE has been released.
Guess I was right after all.
Fantastic because that's my favorite song on the album. It's so uplifting.
they always compare a side-by-side picture of JB and the celebrity?
Justin Bieber has arrived in France on Thursday afternoon April 29, along with his favorite purple hat which was previously taken by his devotees when he performed in New Zealand. The 16-year-old sensational singer stayed at the Hotel Renaissance at the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, France.
Sporting a gray long sleeve top, dark trousers and also the newly-found hat, the "Baby" hitmaker checked out the crowd of fans surrounding the hotel. The singer, who just released his "Eenie Meenie" music video in which he made a duet with Sean Kingston, was also seen waving to his fans from the balcony of his hotel room.
On his missing-purple hat, Justin Bieber told 3News, "You stole my property. It's essentially illegal. But, it's fine, I forgive you." The "U Smile" singer also took to his Twitter page on April 28 to share about his mind, writing "Sorry...U cant hold me ransom. I got my hat back. no hugs. no thanks u's. just glad they did the right thing. I dont condone thievery!! haha."
"Also got an ALL BLACKS Rugby Jersey with my name on it," Bieber further tweeted. "So to sum it up got my hat back..mom is good..bungyed...got an ALL BLACKS jersey..... ."
It's great that Justin has a lot of fan in New Zealand but you have to draw the line somewhere. You can see from the video how furious Justin was when in the middle of all that mayhem someone pulled his touque right off his head. He tried to get it back but he couldn't do anything with all the guards around him pushing him through. It's just not right! And his mom! Wish there was I video I could show you guys of her being pushed to the floor.
29 April 2010
This is an example of why I don't post every Justin Bieber story out here on this site:
Ummmm....no. Not really interested. The only thing "EXCLUSIVE" about this type of news is that it gets excluded from JBShrine.
Having researched everyday for Justin Bieber news, I often see crap news like this where websites publish stupid rumors in the name of Justin Bieber just to get more visitors to their site. This is a perfect example.
Whoever believes that JB is going to go to a public school is delusional. He has way too much commitments to attend public school everyday while his career is taking off and it wouldn't be safe for him unless he has 5 body guards with him all the time at school. Did you see those girls in New Zealand? Plus he would never relocate to California and move away from Usher anyway.
You won't see crap news like this on JBShrine. Just wanted to give you guys an example of why I don't post everything I see about JB. Hollywire is now on my blacklist.
The 16-year-old pop star says an age gap in a relationship wouldn’t be a problem for him as long as the woman wasn’t over 40.
“Anything above 40 is a little too old for me," the tween sensation said.
"I just look for a girl who is funny and has nice eyes and a smile."
Justin, who is currently on a promo tour of New Zealand, still has a crush on Kim Kardashian who at 29 is relatively young according to the Baby singer’s romance rules.
“I think she's cute. And, no, she's not too old for me," he said.
Although Justin likes Kim, the socialite is more interested in setting him up on a date with her 14-year-old sister Kendall.
"I actually put up on my website that I think he should date my sister Kendall," she said.
"I think Justin is adorable, he's definitely way too young for me but I'd still love to hook him up with my sister."
28 April 2010
STRATFORD, Ont. - Attention Justin Bieber fans: His grandparents are reading your mail.
As Bieber Fever hits pandemic proportions the teen sensation’s grandparents are trying to live quietly in Justin's hometown of Stratford, Ont.
For the most part they’ve been successful, but some of the frenzied love from tween girls heaped on their grandson has found its way to their door.
Much has been made of the singer’s humble beginnings in Stratford, though he’s now based out of Atlanta. Fans hoping to reach him send letters addressed to “Justin Bieber, Stratford.” In a bigger city, the letters would never get through the sorting process, but Stratford is small and those letters land in his grandparents’ mailbox a couple of times a month, said Justin’s grandmother Diane, who preferred her last name not be used to keep the chaos at bay.
“If I sent mail somewhere else with no address on it I don’t think it would get there,” she said with a laugh.
The love letters imploring her grandson to call, write or e-mail have come from all over the world including Germany and England.
“He’s a worldwide phenomenon and everybody in Stratford is aware of who he is,” said Tom Creech, spokesperson for Canada Post. “In terms of proper addressing in situations like that there’s a bit of leeway.” Justin’s grandmother reads his mail because he’s away for long periods and it could be something important. Mostly though, the letters are full of “hugs and kisses.” “It’s really funny,” she said.
Justin’s meteoric rise to superstar status right across the globe has been a surreal experience for his family.
The 16-year-old heartthrob was been named one of People magazine’s most beautiful people on Wednesday.
To his grandparents, that only means the phone numbers and e-mail addresses decorated with hearts will keep coming.
When Justin celebrated his birthday March 1, his grandparents got calls from fans wanting to know if they could send presents to their home. The answer was no.
“I don’t get bothered too badly," Diane said. "The odd one comes to the door looking for autographs but I have nothing to do with that. I’m just a grandma.”
If this list was based on inner beauty he'd be #1.
Justin Bieber #11
The secret to the singer’s “swoosh”? “I spend five minutes on it,” he says.”I use shampoo, conditioner – basically whatever is in the hotel – and blow-dry.” That three-step routine has tweens swooning over the 16-year-old, who insists the do does not make the man: “It’s part of my image; it’s not who I am.”
Well, maybe not.
Matthew Morrison, who plays Mr. Schuester, isn't so keen on our idea of bringing Bieber Fever to McKinley High…
"I don't get this Bieber thing," Morrison told us last night at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' Glee panel, which was fabulously moderated by our very own TV queen, Kristin Dos Santos. "I really don't get it. I hear he was in Australia and they kicked him out because he started a riot.
"I haven't even heard his music. I couldn't tell you one name of his songs—and I'm not lying about that!"
Jane Lynch, who plays the show's resident meanie Sue Sylvester, seconds that. "Oh, honey. You're asking the wrong person these questions," Lynch said, laughing, when we brought up the Bieber idea. "I know things about artists, but I don't know about pop stars."
Kevin McHale, aka Artie, simply said, "Uh, [Bieber] seems busy. I don't know if he has the time."
The only support we were able to find last night for the "Baby" singer was from Cory Monteith, who plays singing football player Finn. "I think it would be fun," Monteith said. "What's wrong with a little Bieb? Everyone needs to be a little infected by the Biebonic plague."
Justin Bieber is upset after hordes of fans knocked over his mother and stole his hat as he tried to walk through a New Zealand airport last night.
The Canadian pop star arrived in Auckland yesterday for a concert and promotional duties. The 16-year-old was met by hundreds of screaming girls, who mobbed him and his entourage the moment they cleared customs.
In the ensuring chaos, Justin’s mother Pattie Mallette was knocked to the ground and his hat was taken, prompting an angry Justin to take to his Twitter page to urge his fans to calm down.
"Finally got to New Zealand last night. The airport was crazy. Not happy that someone stole my hat and knocked down my mama. Come on people,” Justin wrote.
"I want to be able to sign and take pics and meet my fans, but if you are all pushing, security won't let me. Let's keep it safe and have fun."
Pattie later posted her own message saying she was “OK” after the incident.
"Thanks for all ur support!! I'm ok thank you!!! (sic)," she wrote.
Justin’s arrival caused similar chaos in Australia, where police were forced to cancel his planned outdoor concert earlier this week because fans were being crushed in the rush to get into the venue. Several teenage girls were taken to hospital, with one suffering a fracture kneecap and several others fainting from hyperventilation.
Bieber’s manager Scott ‘Scooter’ Braun was recently arrested over a similar incident at a shopping centre in Long Island, New York, last November. Justin was due to perform a free concert in the mall, but police had to cancel it after fan numbers became dangerous. Scooter was accused of taking too long to inform the crowd the event was called off, thus endangering the life of Justin’s young fans.
27 April 2010
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Is it just me or is this interview a lot different from most? Justin doesn't seem to be into it at all. It appears to me that he is not totally there. I wonder if the hectic schedule of flying around the world in such a short time to promote his new album is starting to take a toll on him. I really don't like what I see here.
Lauren said she was so nervous that she barely slept the night before!
"I didn't sleep the night before, I was soo nervous when I saw him, I was shaking and he was so nice and was trying to calm me down," she said.
Lauren said Justin told her he'd most likely be back in Australia in November this year - stay tuned for more news on that down the track!
In the meantime, check out Lauren's pic with Justin to the left. Lucky girl!