14 December 2010

Justin Bieber's dog latest Peta ad
Holding his pooch, the Canadian singing sensation encourages his fans to visit an animal shelter 
and adopt an abandoned dog from that place.

With "a lot of animals getting abused in different homes, in different situation," Justin Bieber encourages his devotees to be aware of that "situations." To spread his message to the world, the pint-sized teen idol teams up with People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) and is featured in the latest ad of the organization.

Bieber is seen wearing a black hoodie in the ad featuring tagline "My World Includes Compassion for Animals. Yours Should Too." His right hand is clutching a microphone, and his left hand holding his beloved pooch, Sam. "We moved to a city where we didn't really know anybody, so I kinda wanted a friend around. And Sam was kinda like that friend," he said.

"My dad and I used to go and hang out ... just go and visit the different animals and stuff," he went on. "It's really important that people adopt. I really encourage going out to an animal shelter or a place where you can get a dog that has been abandoned or doesn't have a home."



Justin Bieber reveals his secrets to Rich Clarke in the Virgin Red Room. Watch to find out what Justin Bieber looks for in potential girlfirends, how to get noticed by him in a crowd, how Rihanna reacted when the Bieber flashed her, who he prefers out of Cheryl Cole and Kim Kardashian and if he would be a judge on the American X Factor for Simon Cowell...

"You want a girl who can't sing?" lol


justinbieber mad angry
Justin Bieber Won't Face Charges In Laser-Tag Incident
Pop star was accused of punching a 12-year-old boy in the face.

It looks like Justin Bieber will not have this on his permanent record. After facing possible sanction for an incident at a Richmond, British Columbia, laser-tag park where he allegedly punched a 12-year-old boy in the face, police in Richmond said they have decided not to file charges against Justin Bieber.

"The file in regard to the alleged assault at the entertainment center has been concluded, and no charges will be forwarded," Corporal Turley of the Richmond Royal Canadian Mounted Police told MTV News on Tuesday (December 14). "The investigation is complete." Turley said the evidence collected did not support going forward with the investigation, noting that she was unable to confirm whether Bieber was one of the persons involved because of a law prohibiting the dissemination of information into criminal cases involving youths.

Bieber had been accused of getting into a scuffle with the unidentified boy during an October 15 session at the Planet Lazer Entertainment Center in Richmond. According to reports, Bieber got angry when the boy allegedly hurled a homophobic slur at him and lashed out in response.

The boy sustained minimal injuries after what TMZ reported was an incident in which Bieber, 16, was targeted by an overzealous laser-tag player who used an anti-gay slur against him. When the 12-year-old stuck his hand out toward Bieber, the "Baby" singer reportedly batted it away and left the park.

A short time later, Bieber spoke out against bullying and posted an "It Gets Better" clip. In it, he said, "Hey guys, I'm Justin Bieber. I just wanted to say there's nothing cool about being a bully. And if you're getting bullied, make sure to tell someone and, you know, it gets better. And if you're a bystander, make sure to step in and, you know, help out."



Yes, you read that correctly. A source has confirmed to us that Justin Bieber is going to be on the cover of Vanity Fair in either February or March of 2011. When we told you a while back that he was being shot for Love magazine, many of you expressed disappointment upon realizing that Bieber was being shot for a magazine and not with a gun.

We don’t think wishing death upon the Biebs is necessary, but we are kind of amazed by his ability to cross over from teeny bop heartthrob to a legitimate star with serious magazine editorials. Then again, the choice is not entirely shocking on Vanity Fair‘s part. Bieber is definitely one of the biggest and most relevant artists of the past couple of years and his star is continuing to rise. And according to Barbara Walters, he is one of the most fascinating people of the year. Plus, Miley Cyrus had that scandalous spread in 2008 and the Conde mag has put a few of teen stars on the cover before. In 2003, Amanda Bynes, Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen, Mandy Moore, Hilary Duff, Alexis Bledel, Evan Rachel Wood, Raven Symone and Linsay Lohan all shared a double cover and the youngest of the bunch was 15. However, Justin, 16, may be the youngest boy to cover the mag and as far as we know, he’s going it alone.

This cover could definitely help him reach a new audience and allow him to be seen in a more serious light, or it could backfire à la Miley, though we doubt he’ll be dressed and posed as seductively as any of the aforementioned girls. We do wonder what he’ll wear. A suit, perhaps? Maybe the shoot was the reason for his recent haircut. The focus of the piece will likely be Bieber’s musical documentary, which is due to come out in February. Vanity Fair recently interviewed the director John M. Chu, who also directed Step Up 3-D. With this, the Love spread and the variety of girly beauty products he has coming out, it looks like 2011 could be a good year for the Biebs.



The Vanity Fair photoshoot, interview, and pictures





Thumbs way up! While most artists say they never signed up to be a role model for
their fans, Justin says he wants to be that person that young people can look up to.

I'm sure it's not a responsibility that he signed up for either but it's good he
recognizes the position he's  been put in and takes that responsibility seriously.




Justin Bieber's goal for 2011: To win a Grammy

Justin Bieber may have just had his best year ever, but the 16-year-old phenom is already focused on setting another milestone in 2011.

"My goal in 2010 is to win a Grammy," Bieber told Billboard.com at the Z100 Jingle Ball on Friday (Dec. 10), where the teen pop star headlined for a sold-out crowd of screaming fans at New York's Madison Square Garden.

Photos: Pop Stars Perform at Z100 Jingle Ball

Bieber, who is nominated for best new artist as well as best pop vocal album for "My World 2.0," knows he's not the only up-and-comer with his eye on the prize, though. When asked who his biggest Grammy competition is, the singer had just one word: "Drizzy," referring to the rapper Drake, who had his own breakout year with his hit debut album, "Thank Me Later."

"I love him," Bieber said of the fellow Canadian star. "He's awesome."

The feeling seems to be mutual, as Drake recently showed love for Bieber while talking about his best new artist Grammy nod with Billboard.com. "I think for guys like me and Justin, being in that category marks a new generation of artist, being that we were birthed on the Internet," Drake said. "It's a bit of a moment for me to see him, who was discovered off of YouTube, and me, who got discovered over MySpace."

Bieber shared the Jingle Ball stage in New York with a slew of other stars, including Katy Perry, Enrique Iglesias, Selena Gomez, Bruno Mars, B.o.B., Travie McCoy, Paramore and Taio Cruz, among others. The full concert will be broadcast Thursday (Dec. 16) at 9pm ET on Fuse.



Aww I hope he isn't hurt.

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