04 January 2011




Yay! Can't wait to see how his hair would be like a little shorter.



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A few days ago I posted a live stream video of what appeared to be a sleeping Justin Bieber. Man I gotta tell you he looked so real (especially when he he puts his head on the pillow) that I got fooled. I really thought it was really JB until someone told me it was some guy name Jamie Laou from Australia.

Well after finding out I decided to leave the video up for a while just to shock you guys and I know some of you were pretty shocked when the site loaded up that day.

Anyways, just came across this video and I had a really good laugh. I guess Jamie also knows the looks most like Bieber when he's "sleeping" because he did this video 2 months ago. Here he is on Chat Roulette pretending to be a sleeping Justin Bieber. They dude is hilarious. And so is that girl at the end.




Here is his Youtube channel and Twitter.



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The more he doesn't want to answer, the more people will keep asking.



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Twitter was crazy last night with Beliebers vs Beliebers.

I understand both sides but for those that don't understand why some of us seem to have such a problem with what's going on then read this article:

Justin Bieber: I would never delete my Twitter account

Justin Bieber has insisted that he has no plans to delete his Twitter account – because he likes using it to control gossip about him.

The U Smile singer went on the social networking website today to dispel the rumours that he was going to get rid of his account.

He tweeted: 'Woke up to today's rumour that I was going to delete my Twitter [account]. Nope. Never that. Where did that [rumour] even come from? I love talking to you all here.

'Thanks to Twitter, rumours can't run wild. We talk directly. We know what it is. People can say what they want, but me and my fans have a bond.'

Meanwhile, Disney star Selena Gomez has recently received a string of death threats, after she was pictured kissing the teenage pop star while holidaying on the Caribbean island of St Lucia, according to reports.

Bieber’s fans have reportedly posted several hostile messages to the 18-year-old actress-singer on Twitter.

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This is a perfect example of why I have a problem with them not admitting to their relationship.

Through Twitter, Facebook, and Youtube, Justin (and Scooter) have always communicated straight to the fans. Whether to dispel rumors or to let us know what he is up to today, Bieber and Beliebers have a connection like no other. We have supported him this way from the very beginning and most of us feel we have a part in his huge success.

So now that there is his "big Selena rumor", why does Justin now choose to be quiet instead of dealing directly with this fans through Twitter. Is there no longer a bond?

And don't say "he should keep his private life private". You can't all of a sudden expect privacy and choose to be quiet especially if you choose to date someone so public.


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All you have to do is say you're dating Selena Gomez and then we can all move on. Ignoring us fans when we want, need, and expect an answer straight from you most is just wrong.

Do you agree?



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Ahh, look at all-smiles Selena Gomez leaving the airport after her New Year's Eve weekend vaca in the Caribbean minus her new boyfriend, Justin Bieber. Nope, you did not read that wrong. It's pretty obvious the two of them have something going on. Sorry to break the news to you Beliebers, but Justin Bieber is pretty much taken and Ms.Selena Gomez is no longer a lonely girl.

There have been tons of dating rumors since The Beebs and Selena's "date" at IHOP a few weeks ago. But just last week, Justin said that they were only friends and she said he was like "her little brother"....

Well, this morning pics were released all over the net that showed Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez getting pretty close during that Caribbean New Year's weekend getaway. But from the looks of it, they are more than "just friends." So what exactly does getting "pretty close" mean? You'll have to be the judge for yourself. The pics show the young couple snugly, kissy, and acting very much like a couple.

We can only imagine the amount of hearts breaking today, including ours. From what we see on Twitter, a lot of you seem okay with the Jelena relationship.

@jsykdotcom selena and justin r cute together. We support them ;)

@selenagomez I just love you & I will support you no matter who you date or what you do <3

@selenagomez Just wanna let you know that I love you no matter what. I don't care about the rumors. All that matters is if your happy. :)

On the other hand, just like when he was caught smoochin' Jasmine V, Selena Gomez is getting tons of death threats and nasty messages via Twitter too.

@selenagomez can go diee :)

@selenagomez i hate you f****** girl !! f*** off !! die !!

@selenagomez why are you with a child? die.

@selenagomez I hate you. go die.

Regardless to what the situation is, saying stuff like that to anyone isn't cool at all.

What do you think of the new Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez romance? Do you think it proves they're actually together? Should people back off Selena? Let us know in the comments below.

JSYK



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Justin Bieber on His Musical Inspirations, His Fans, and Trying to Be a Regular Kid



New York, N.Y.— “I’m crazy, I’m nuts,” Justin Bieber tells Vanity Fair contributing editor Lisa Robinson. “Just the way my brain works. I’m not normal. I think differently—my mind is always racing. I’m just … nuts. But I think the best [musicians] probably are.” Robinson reports that Bieber considers the “best” to be the Beatles, Michael Jackson, and Tupac. “Music is music, and I’m definitely influenced by Michael Jackson and Boyz II Men and people who were black artists—that’s what I like. But I like their voices and I like how they entertain—it’s not about what color they are.”

“Michael [Jackson] was able to reach audiences from young to old; he never limited himself,” Bieber says of the King of Pop, of whom he has a sticker on his bedroom mirror in his tour bus. “He was so broad, everybody loved him, and that’s what my goal is—to basically make people happy, to inspire them, and to have everyone root for me.”

“It’s hard to really balance myself. A regular kid, if he catches the flu, he just gets to go home,” Bieber says of the challenges of trying to be a regular teenager. “But I can’t do that…. Everything is important. But, you know, my sanity is important, too. Even if I’m angry, I’ll just put a smile on my face and fake it. I don’t often fake it—what’s me is me….I know I have to give up a lot of myself, or a lot of a private life.”

Robinson talks to one person who has the most access to Bieber’s “private life” these days, his bodyguard Kenny Hamilton. “I feel like I’ve become an expert at covert operations,” says Hamilton about “friends” (girls) who sneak in to visit Justin on the mandatory one to three days off a week that he gets to just “be a kid.”

Robinson reports that Bieber says he wants to go to the moon, to outer space, but only when it’s 100 percent safe—or maybe just 90 percent—and that he hated school, is tutored on the road, doesn’t read much, but has the best-seller Rich Dad Poor Dad on his tour bus because Will Smith told him to read it. Robinson also reports that he sometimes suffers from insomnia, “I just turn over all night and think. My mind races,” he says. “I think about all the things I didn’t have time to think about during the day—like family and God and things that should be more important but you don’t have time to think about, because you just get caught up [in everything else] during the day.”

Such as the legions of screaming girls. Bieber tells Robinson that he knows girls scream for him because he’s Justin Bieber, but he thinks they might also scream for him because he’s cute. “Not trying to be arrogant, but if I walked down the street and a girl saw me, she might take a look back because maybe I’m good-looking, right?”

Bieber admits to Robinson that he’s O.K. with having a predominantly female fan base. “For younger guys, it’s like [they think] they’re not cool if they come to my concert. That’ll [change], I think; it’ll happen, maybe when I’m 18. But meanwhile all their girlfriends are coming to watch me.” Bieber is also aware that despite his success not everyone will be his biggest fan. “Of course, I think that people are just waiting for that time when I make a mistake and they’re gonna jump on it….There’s gonna be haters,” Bieber tells Robinson. “I know I’m not going to make a life-changing bad decision, as some people have. I’ve seen it happen too many times. I could be my own worst enemy, but I don’t want to mess this up.”

Robinson talks to Bieber’s mom, Pattie Mallette, about her son’s start as an Internet sensation. “I put up a little video on YouTube [under the name “kidrauhl”] for Grandma and some relatives to see, and the next thing we knew, all these strangers were clicking onto it, probably because they recognized the song.” Then, Mallette recalls, “it was ‘Oh look, honey, you have a hundred views.’ Then ‘Oh wow, a thousand views.’… Next thing we knew, thousands and thousands of views. But it never once occurred to me that there would be a music career out of this.”

Mallette also tells Robinson that, after a personal encounter with God, she believes that she and Justin have been put on earth to bring light and inspiration to the world. But Mallette is wary of show business and its potential consequences: “We don’t have yes-men around him. I don’t want him being a diva.”

Slide show: Charming scenes from the teen crooner’s Vanity Fair photo shoot with Art Streiber.
Robinson also speaks with Bieber’s close friend and mentor, A-list musician Usher. “You could immediately tell that this [was] a kid who has style—he’s a hip kid,” Usher says of Bieber, who he says is like his “little brother.” “It was the antithesis of Disney and Nickelodeon.” A supporter from the beginning, Usher brought Bieber to Island/Def Jam executive L. A. Reid. “I knew what L.A. was gonna do—the same thing he did to me. Let’s bring in employees and we want to see how he reacts to women.”

“I see myself just growing. I didn’t know that any of this was really possible,” Bieber tells Robinson of his future. “I grew up in a really small town with not a lot of money, and I liked singing, but it was just something that was a hobby. As I get into it more, I want to grow as an artist, as an entertainer, and basically perfect my craft. I want to be the best that I can be.”

He’s not the only one who didn’t see his fame coming. When asked if he ever envisioned this level of fame for his grandson, Bieber’s grandfather Bruce Dale responds, “No. Never. He was supposed to be a hockey player.”

The February issue of Vanity Fair is available on newsstands in New York and L.A. on Thursday, January 6, and nationally and on the iPad on Tuesday, January 11.

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