17 December 2010

A Very Bieber Christmas


With a new year quickly approaching, we're doing more than stocking up on Champagne and re-remembering the lyrics to "Auld Lang Syne." We're also stopping to reflect on the year that was: and what a year 2010 was for fashion, music, and film. Ke$ha convinced us to throw away our toothbrushes; Justin Bieber melted 12-year-old hearts worldwide; and James Franco managed to juggle about nine careers at once. They (and 15 others) deserve to be recognized for their efforts! And so, without further ado, we are proud to present: Interview's Faces of 2010.


Admit it, just between the two of us: you love Justin Bieber, just like everyone else in America does. When Bieber put out his first full studio release, My World 2.0, in March, his fate was sealed: he was fated to become the teenybopper prince of 2010. This was also the year Bieber decided to tell us his story: at the tender age of 16, he released a memoir, First Step 2 Forever, in October. Plus, September brought the news that Bieber accounts for three percent of all Twitter traffic. Not too bad for a kid who got his start at local singing contests.

Quotable in 2010: "I haven't been in love yet. I've definitely loved girls. But it's kinda like puppy love. It's not the real thing, but that's what you think at the time," Bieber explained to Interview in April.


'[It's] always scary when you try to show someone the story of their life,' Jon Chu tells MTV News of screening for teen star.

In February fans will finally get the chance to see Justin Bieber's long-awaited "Never Say Never." And the flick's director, Jon Chu, recently dished to MTV News that things are coming along fine as he puts the finishing touches on the February 11 release.

"Oh, we stand pretty tall. It's nuts! This is a world that I have never experienced before," he laughed to MTV News about the 3-D film. Chu, who was promoting the DVD release of "Step Up 3D," said getting the fans' support has been invaluable.

"Again it's like dance, where music tells the story. It's really interesting and his fans have been amazing, shooting him in 3-D in Madison Square Garden, exploring his life, going to his hometown. We're almost done with our cut right now and I'm really proud of it. I think people are going to be surprised about the story that they're going to get. Something is really special."

Bieber tweeted about seeing the film recently and gave it his seal of approval. And Chu admitted to us that he's feeling the pressure now to make the best possible film.

"I mean, I'm always nervous. We're always trying to make our movies better," he explained. "We're never done with it though. I just keep going until they tell me I've run out of time. So [Justin] got to see it this week, which was really exciting and he loved it, which is always scary when you try to show someone the story of their life, but he's been very supportive, he and his family and his team. I'm excited to share it with the world and show another side of 3-D. With 'Step Up 3D,' we learned a lot of lessons and we discovered a lot of things, and it's just the beginning."



Flo-Rida is a Belieber too


Looks like Justin's going country....

Justin Bieber and Rascal Flatts to duet on JB's next album

Rascal Flatts Recording New Tune With Justin Bieber

Rascal Flatts are about to be the envy of tween girls all over the world. The country trio are set to record a duet with teen pop sensation, Justin Bieber.

"[Justin] asked us to do a duet with him on his next record," lead singer Gary LeVox told WSIX's retiring morning-show host Gerry House on Tuesday (December 14). "It's actually a really good song!"

No word on the song's title or other details yet, but Gary and bandmates Jay DeMarcus and Joe Don Rooney revealed that the young Canadian singer will come to Nashville sometime in the next couple of months to lay down vocals on the track.


Remember when it was reported Justin makes $300,000 per performance which made him the 6th highest earning performer this summer? Well of the top 5 making more than JB, 4 of them are country artists. And the one that made the most? It's Rascal Flatts, making a holy-crap of $702,500 for each performance!

For those of you that don't know what country music or who Rascal Flatts is below is their most popular song.

Can you imagine Justin singing a country song like this?

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