Yesterday, Justin Bieber’s manager Scooter Braun decided to trend #askscooter on Twitter. A fan asked:
Finally a real news! How do you think the video will be? Are you excited? Tell us in comments!
After the cover of Call Me Maybe, Justin Bieber and his friends made a funny cover of Carly Rae Jepsen’s song I Really Like You!
decided to make a fun cover with a bunch of friends of Carly’s new song I Really Like You. love this song. everyone make their own
Justin Bieber has yet again joined Ariana Grande on stage tonight (April 8th) during her Honeymoon Tour in Inglewood, California. The duo previously performed together on stage during Ariana’s show in Miami, Florida last month. With his shaky memory of words of Ari’s song, Love Me Harder, last time around on stage, Justin was sure to memorize his verse, and nailed it during tonight’s performance – either way we just love the sight of JB on stage & love to hear him sing (regardless if the words are correct or not).
While we sit here and keep wishing we were able to physically witness JB perform tonight, enjoy some of these fan taken photos & videos from the concert:
Where Are Ü Now
As Long As You Love Me
Do you think Justin is going to make more surprise appearances at additional Honeymoon Tour shows – if so, where do you think he’ll show up next? Leave your thoughts in the comments below!
ABOUT THE PROJECT
Being invited to take part in what might be the greatest Roast in Comedy Central history was an honor, being able to work directly with one of the greatest pop stars of the decade turned us into Beliebers! Throughout the concept and design process we were challenged to find the right balance between showcasing his scandalous past while ultimately celebrating his status as one of musics’ biggest pop icons. Our solution, create an over-the-top music video featuring Bieber himself interacting with some of his more “memorable” moments and coat everything with a luxurious platinum finish. Being able to work with him on set for the day allowed us to create a custom tailored narrative with choreographed scenes and seamless transitions.
Watch the screenshots of the behind the scene below:
Comedy Central has officially uploaded some exclusive short clips from Justin Bieber’s roast (which was filmed on March 14th) onto their YouTube channel. These clips don’t serve as spoilers, and don’t give any jokes away that will premiere when the #BieberRoast officially airs. We are provided with an inside look of what we can expect from everyone roasting JB – the following clips are of Jeff Ross and roast master, Kevin Hart. Feel free to watch, and most important laugh – remember Justin actually wanted this, so laugh along with him and don’t feel offended. Enjoy!
Four months ago, Justin Bieber was seen enjoying a burger, french fries, and some Pepsi with Carl Lentz at Smashburger in Montclair, NJ on October 27, 2014 at 6:00PM. Two boys, of the ages of six and seven, happened to be sitting in the next booth over to Bieber, and they decided to film him. In this post is a never before seen video of Justin speaking with Carl Lentz, with the boys giggling in the background.
Because the boys believed they would get “millions of dollars one day,” they continued to film Justin the entire time he was sitting in Smashburger. The video that they filmed is available to watch here; it is very funny.
There’s nobody more in the public eye than Justin Bieber. Now he’s wrestling with the very private question of how to become a man.
Justin Bieber, loved by millions, loathed by millions more, says he’s ready to grow up. Is he? In February, as Bieber was approaching his twenty-first birthday, Men’s Health spent two days with him in Los Angeles. The result is our revealing April 2015 cover story, “The Reinvention of Justin Bieber,” in which the pop star admits to making mistakes but ultimately says, ”I aspire to be a class act.” Other highlights:
On maturing: “There’s a part of me that I don’t ever want to grow up. I want to always remain…to have that sense of purity inside of me where I don’t…I don’t want to lose that sense of purity.”
On his new body: ”Yeah, you know I’m just getting bigger, man.” It’s like, my shoulders don’t fit in some things.”
On being in the public eye: “[It’s] almost like I grew up for the public but I didn’t necessarily grow up. There were things I had to do, as far as the way I had to make relationships, and conversation, but as far as actually growing up, there were a lot of things I missed out on.”
On the past year: “This has really been a big year for me, as far as figuring stuff out. This is almost like a full 180 from how I was. Yesterday—a year from yesterday—I was in jail.”
On girlfriends: “I’m very much a relationship guy. I like to bounce ideas off the person that I love. I like having a real connection…”
Surprising talent: “I can solve a Rubik’s Cube in less than a minute.”
What makes a woman sexy: “Jean shorts and a tank top. Or spandex.”
Biggest misconception about you: “That I’m self-centered.”
Bromance crush: “Ben Affleck. I think his vibe is cool.”
His body art: “Like the tattoos and stuff? Maybe that’s like a cover for me being a softy.”
Next tattoo: “I want ‘LL’ tatted right here [chest]. When you’re Low, Lift. Because we often want to keep our heads down. But we should lift our heads.”
The April 2015 of Men’s Health issue is available digitally on March 10, and will arrive at newsstands nationwide by March 17.
Credits to: Men’s Health