14 August 2010
I don't knowwwwo. For someone who lost a bet he sure seems mighty into the song don't you think? I bet you he's hiding a big secret.....he's really a huge Justin Bieber fan! :0 He probably lost the bet on purpose so that he can make this video without having to admit he loves JB's music. ahahahaha
Jokes aside, I think he did an awesome job.
The girls went wild when Drake brought fellow Canadian heartthrob Justin Bieber onstage during his show at the Indiana State Fair on Friday (Aug. 13). The teen sensation played sidekick to Drizzy during “Best I Ever Had” and even performed a drum solo.
“I can’t forget my little brother who here too,” announced Drake. “This kid is part of something special too. You know we both from Canada and shit, so you know I can’t forget ol’ J. Beezy. That’s my dawg, man.”
Drizzy joined the Biebs onstage at his Indianapolis concert the night before.
I am so proud of these two Canucks it makes me tear up watching them.
They make me love Canada so much. So proud of them and their success.
Justin Bieber has learned about musician-turned-actor Mark Wahlberg's vow to rap again only if they make a duet together. And, the teen singing sensation responded to his call for a collaboration, writing on Twitter that it was a great idea.
"Spoke with mark wahlberg... And no joke @mark_wahlberg is beast. The Other Guys was great... We need to make that record. he needs to rap again," Bieber tweeted in a series of short messages. He then added, "Will Ferrell needs to rap with us too...that would be...EPIC. I will rap too. deal?"
Justin Bieber's tweets were posted on heels of Mark Wahlberg's recent appearance on "Lopez Tonight". When visiting the George Lopez's show, the actor revealed his disappointment toward Bieber for snubbing his request to phone his young daughter. Now, it seems Wahlberg is no longer upset with Bieber.
It's official I'm teaming up with Team Bieber to make a great movie. We're gonna tell his whole story...your story...from the beginning to now!! Very excited not only will there be tons of behind the scenes footage and exclusives over the years you have never seen but we will be filming his concert AUGUST 31st at Madison Square Garden in 3D!! Even if you cant get in the concert get to NYC that day and you can still be in the movie! Very excited about this project as Justin is the real deal. - Jon Chu
Well if this is the first time you've heard of Jon Chu then you might not know that he is a film maker (Step Up movies) and the guy who put together the dance group LXD (Legion of Extraordinary Dancers) who was part of the "Somebody to Love" music video. He has been tapped to direct JB's 3D concert film after the original director walked out on the movie because he thought he was too good to make a Justin Bieber movie. :(
Filming for the movie has already begun. Maybe some of you guys might see yourself on the big screen!
Justin Bieber has kicked off music video shoot for his next single "U Smile" and he generously provides fans with sneak peek from the filming through several set pictures. Posted on his Facebook page, the photos tease performance scenes of the upcoming clip.
One image shows the 16-year-old Island Def Jam artist sitting behind a black grand piano while belting out the song. Two other pictures see him posing with director Alfredo Flores, and the rest are most likely taken during the filming of dancing scenes.
Bieber wrote on Twitter in a series of messages, "Doin a little shoot for a song called 'U SMILE' ... Shoutout to @alfredoflores who directed U SMILE today...which will include the fans of course." Flores himself posted, "So proud of @justinbieber.. He is putting in work on set.. Can't wait to show you guys this stuff. It looks great!"
"U Smile" comes from Justin Bieber's latest studio album "My World 2.0". Calling it one of the best songs he has ever recorded, Bieber wrote on Twitter back in March this year, "It really is a throwback to the great records I listened to growing up. ... I wrote it for all my fans who got me here."
We told you earlier this week that Justin Bieber is signing on to help build schools around the world with Pencils of Promise. That was after he showed up at a Florida band camp to present a check to benefit their music education programs.
And it just keeps getting better. The Biebs brought his My World tour to Nashville's Bridgestone Arena Wednesday and donated a portion of every ticket sale to Middle Tennessee flood relief. Concert promoter AEG Live matched the donation. Together with proceeds from last month's show featuring Miranda Cosgrove and Kris Allen at a smaller venue, Bieber presented a check for nearly $33,000 to The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.
The Bieber is a whirling dervish of good deeds and we can't get enough of him. What's he gonna do next week? We have no idea, but we can't wait to find out!
Since both sides have pretty much expressed their interest, I think we should expect a Justin Bieber
episode this season on Glee, especially if the CSI episode does well in the ratings which I'm sure it will.