02 August 2010

Justin Bieber CSI SET TANTRUM?

Justin Bieber CSI SET TANTRUM?
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Huh. I have no comments. Feel free to tell us what you think.



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me and my buddy Alfredo Flores made this video for LOVE ME (from MY WORLD pt 1) to say thank you to all the fans for the amazing support they have given me around the world. Just a fun behind the scenes video. Hope you guys like it.
- Justin on Twitter
Oh! I guess this must be the music video he was talking about from My World 1.0.



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Justin tweeted:

New Vids comin from both MY WORLD and MY WORLD 2.0 in the coming weeks! Proud of these albums, proud of the music, and thankful 4 ur support
Huh? Isn't this weird. A new video from an old album?

What new video from My World 1.0? His voice is too low now to be singing any of those songs off the first album.



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Justin Bieber loves making prank calls and recently called singer Akon and pretended to be his illegitimate son.

Justin Bieber pretended to be Akon's illegitimate son.

The 16-year-old singer prank-called the music star after stealing his number from the phone of his manager Scooter.

Scooter recalled: "He was like, 'Daddy, why don't you love me?' It really scared the s**t out of Akon!"

Justin was later asked about his telephone tricks by a fan on twitter and admitted making joke calls to people is one of his favourite pastimes.

He tweeted: "R u Kidding of course I do!! I prank everyone!! No 1 is safe :) (sic)"

Although Justin is constantly surrounded by his management, bodyguards and publicist, the 'Baby' singer has also admitted he sometimes feels overwhelmed by the devotion he is shown by his friends.

He told New York magazine: "It's definitely amazing to me that I have such amazing fans. But, like, at the same time, I mean. I'm claustrophobic, really bad. I don't like to be closed in."

Despite his comments, the singer is keen to stay close to his admirers, particularly his female fans.

He tweeted: "hello girls... i think we should all hang out very soon... all of us... together... often. ;) (sic)"

CONTACT MUSIC



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Good morning! USA TODAY's Cindy Clark here with some more fuel for Justin "Bieber fever": The teen singing sensation is about to share his life story — what he's had so far, that is — in a new book from HarperCollins.

The official illustrated memoir from the multi-platinum selling 16-year-old pop superstar will tell the behind-the-scenes story of his journey to superstardom. Justin Bieber: First Step 2 Forever: My Story includes never-before-seen photos of the Canadian teen. The hardcover book will be sold for $21.99 starting in October.

USA TODAY




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Has Bieber Fever struck again? Just when ratings for MTV's new scripted comedy The Hard Times of RJ Berger most needed a boost, Justin Bieber may have helped bring in a crowd.

To wit, MTV has renewed Hard Times for a second season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. The decision comes after a recent upswing in viewership that coincides with the 16-year-old pop superstar endorsing it as "funny stuff." Twelve new episodes will premiere sometime next year.

Here's how our friend with the famously flippable locks lent a hand: On July 19, Bieber tweeted "Just met the guys who created that new show on @MTV "The Hard Times of #RJBerger" — good dudes. Show's on tonight at 10pm. Funny stuff." That night, ratings shot up 9 percent from the week prior. The following episode gathered even more steam, jumping 14 percent from the episode before Bieber's tweet.

All told, the show has grown 31 percent in the last four weeks among MTV's target 12-to-34-year-old audience. Hard Times centers on the high school trials of a nerdy teen who achieves some notoriety when his classmates discover he's, er, well-endowed.

David Katzenberg, who co-created and executive produces Hard Times with Seth Grahame-Smith, said he knew Bieber's manager, Scooter Braun, and sent the singer some DVDs of the show to get his opinion. The supportive tweet came shortly after.

"The show gets a big teen male audience," Katzenberg said, adding that Bieber's tweet couldn't have come at a better time. "Hard Times is a word-of-mouth show and kids are not in school right now where they would be talking about it. That's a problem for us, but Bieber's fans are insanely loyal and I think it's rubbing off on our show."

Katzenberg personally helped to combat ratings erosion by getting his famous friends who enjoy the show — including girlfriend Nicky Hilton and her sister Paris — to use their social networking for good. Other celebrities who have tweeted their love include Holly Madison, Travis Barker (who appeared as himself in an episode), Ryan Seacrest, Rob Dyrdek, and Lil Jon.

A new episode of MTV's Hard Times airs Monday at 10/9c.

MTV



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