Nick Demoura, Justin Bieber’s choregrapher and friend, posted the video of Where Are Ü Now choregraphy via his Youtube channel.
Skrillex talks about Justin Bieber in a recent interview:
Justin is a f—ing virtuoso. He’ll school you at every-thing: Ping-Pong, basketball, freestyle rapping.
The kid (JB) is so competitive. Whatever he does he’s super good at, so you don’t stand a chance. It’s not even fair.
Steven Klein, who photographed Justin Bieber for the magazine Interview, talks about the photoshoot.
Using a Polaroid camera from the ’70s, Klein aimed to capture raw and real — aka no re-touching — images of the 21-year-old.
“There was no editing by art directors,” he said, noting that the shoot was “simple, spontaneous and really documenting him in the way he looked [that day]. He came in looking pretty much like that, with that haircut, so there was no manipulation at all.”
“It was kind of trying to make this idea of an intimate look at Justin, instead of this fabricated pop icon’s idea of photographing a celebrity or a pop star,” he added.
“He just came from his acupuncturist, he had a neck injury,” Klein recalled. “At one point, the makeup artist was going to take them down or remove them with makeup, and I just said, ‘Leave them, because I want to reveal the true imperfections and the reality of what he really looked like.'”
The old-school method of capturing and developing each individual photo kept Bieber intrigued, Klein said, and the singer even brought a few ideas of his own to the shoot.
“He wanted to take a picture like he was a photographer, taking a picture of a girl,” Klein recalled of one specific shot. “I like working with people that are creative and have an artistic integrity.”
And while Klein aimed to “remove all the artifice of what people think about [Bieber],” it was the Biebs’ idea to pose in the buff.
“We had probably 20 racks of clothes, and he actually looked at an overview of the clothes and he didn’t even really want to shoot the fashion,” Klein said. “Everything was more like flesh and black and simple.”
But he did make an exception for a few eerie props: a terrifying clown mask with flame-red hair and a lone knife.
“I’ve used a lot of guns as props, so I thought I’d move on to knives,” Klein said with a laugh.
Justin Bieber features on the cover of Interview. The magazine will be available in August 2015.
The photograph Steven Klein did a photoshoot of the Calvin Klein model. Karl Templer styled Justin. These photos are a therapy of Justin’s DUI and were taken in June 2015 in Los Angeles.
Martha Stewart, who roasted Justin in March, interviewed him. You can read the full interview below:
MARTHA STEWART: Hi. How are you? You’re recording?
JUSTIN BIEBER: I’m in the studio, yes.
STEWART: How fantastic. It was really fun to see you at the roast. What was the reaction to that?
BIEBER: I thought it was great. While I’m walking down the street, I constantly have people coming up to me saying that they loved the roast and that it was awesome, so I feel like there was a great reaction.
STEWART: There were zillions of impressions on the internet, and I thought you handled yourself amazingly well.
BIEBER: Thank you. And thank you so much for doing that for me.
STEWART: Oh, you’re very welcome. Did you feel uncomfortable at any point during the roast?
BIEBER: Oh, of course. But, overall, it was fun because I knew a lot of the people on the panel. It was all in good fun.
STEWART: I think it was just a little bit uncomfortable for all of us [laughs], but it was also fun. Do you remember when we first met? It was in February 2011. You were with your mom, and we were backstage at … Do you remember where?
BIEBER: No, I don’t remember where.
STEWART: It was David Letterman.
BIEBER: Oh yeah.
STEWART: I have a picture of the three of us. Your mom’s in the middle, and you look about 10 years old, but you must’ve been 16 or 17 because that’s only about four years ago.
BIEBER: I always looked really young. I matured pretty late.
STEWART: Yeah. It’s crazy. You had little bangs, and we’re just smiling. So much has happened to you since then. You’re 21 and, I would say, pretty sophisticated now. You just went to the Met Ball. How was that?
BIEBER: It was awesome. We got to see a lot of great people.
STEWART: Did you have a date?
BIEBER: I didn’t have a date. But I got to talk to Anna Wintour for quite a few minutes. We talked about fashion, and I thanked her for inviting me, because you have to be invited to the event. I know they use a pretty small list, so to be in that room with a lot of awesome people …
STEWART: Do you remember who the designer of your beautiful jacket was?
BIEBER: It was Balmain. And, actually, I guess I did have a date. It wasn’t a girl; my date was Olivier [Rousteing], who’s the designer at Balmain.
STEWART: Oh, it was Olivier. I was hoping that you would ask me to be your date. [both laugh]
BIEBER: Well, I would have.
STEWART: I would’ve worn my Balmain dress. But, anyway, you looked great. What was it like to grow up in Ontario?
BIEBER: I grew up in a really rural town, Stratford, Ontario, with 30,000 people. There’s a big festival thrown in the town. A lot of people travel from all over the world to see it, and growing up, I actually used to busk on the street. I’d play my guitar, sing, and people would throw money in the case. That was really fun, and I actually got enough money to bring my mom to Florida to go to Disney World, because I always wanted to go but we never had enough money. Growing up, I played a lot of sports. I played hockey and basketball and soccer.
Irene Kim interviewed Justin Bieber for On Style on June 11th during the Calvin Klein Live in Hong Kong. They talked about Justin’s upcoming album and he said Irene was hot – lucky girl!
A few months ago, Jack Ü opened a store where you could draw on captures of Justin Bieber in the clip (read this article). So, this video is so creative, enjoy!
The hashtag “#WhereAreUNowMusicVideo” was even 1st in worldwilde trends!
Some of Justin’s friends tweeted about it:
You can also watch behind the scene:
When Justin Bieber was in Hong Kong a few weeks ago, Jason Capobianco took some sexy shots of him for Calvin Klein Jeans.
Here are some selfies that fans took with Justin Bieber in Sydney, Australia.
And here are some HQ pictures of Justin Bieber meeting fans.
Remember when Justin Bieber put on a private concert for a very special group of girls? Well we got to spend a little extra time with a couple of his most loyal fans—12-year-old Emma and 16-year-old Ilia—who were able to meet their idol for the first time through the Make-a-Wish Foundation.
After watching the video above, it’s easy to see how strong both girls are. Despite having life-threatening medical conditions, they’re the most positive and brave ladies we’ve met in a while—it’s no wonder Justin says they motivate and encourage him. By the looks of it, the feeling is definitely mutual.
From their tearful reactions to finding out their dream of meeting Justin was finally coming true to their first hug with the superstar, this was an unforgettable day for everyone involved. If you didn’t already love the singer enough before, just wait—that’s about to multiply by 100.
Source: Teen Vogue