Hope and Crosby. Martin and Lewis. Bieber and Kutcher? According to the Los Angeles Times, teenage singing sensation Justin Bieber is in talks to star opposite Punk’d host Ashton Kutcher in What Would Kenny Do?, a Sony project about a struggling high school kid who gets some guidance from a grown-up version of himself. (For the record, Kutcher would play the grown-up version.) At least this isn’t another body-switching comedy, in the spirit of 17 Again or Like Father, Like Son (though it does echo the plot of Bruce Willis’ The Kid.) READ FULL STORY »
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Am I the only one who thinks it’s wrong for media outlets to use the headline “Justin Bieber headed to rehab: Opinion poll results” when only 30 percent of responders to a 60 Minutes/Vanity Fair poll answered the question, “How do you envision Justin Bieber at age 30?” by saying “In celebrity rehab”? Yes, it was the option in the multiple-choice that received the most votes, but 70 percent of readers DON’T think he’s headed to rehab. READ FULL STORY »
It all starts with Ellen showing a clip from Gomez’s last appearance on the Ellen DeGeneres Show, where the pop tart diffused rumors that she was dating Justin Bieber by saying, “He’s little. He’s like my little brother.” Cut to present and a joking accusatory glance from DeGeneres. That’s about where we start building to Defcon 1 on the cuteness scale. READ FULL STORY »
Justin Bieber — hipster, hoopster, Canadian of the Millennium — got a haircut yesterday. Repeat: Justin Bieber has cut his famed Hair. The Hair was approximately six years old when it was cut down in the prime of its lush life. Bieber (pictured with Jay DeMarcus) made the decision to cut the cords for a video he was making with Rascal Flatts. No one has been arrested for the crime. Yet. The Hair was partially responsible for the wave of Biebermania that has soaked the adolescent masses and New England Patriot quarterbacks. READ FULL STORY »
Rolling Stone clarifies Justin Bieber abortion quote, rendering a moderate opinion even more moderate
Rolling Stone posted an excerpt of their Justin Bieber interview online. The excerpt included a quote from Bieber discussing the fact that he doesn’t believe in abortion. When asked if he believed in terminating pregnancies in cases of rape, the pop star responded, “Well, I think that’s really sad, but everything happens for a reason. I guess I haven’t been in that position, so I wouldn’t be able to judge that.” Today, Rolling Stone corrected the quote slightly, adding in a sentence: READ FULL STORY »On Wednesday,
the twenty deaths we guessed for him, but it sure looked crazy.) Technically, Bieber was the episode’s “villain,” but if you think about it, his character was just a free spirit, a kid trying to be a kid, a rebel without a cause. Too bad crusty old grown-ups like Nick Stokes couldn’t just leave him be. Hey, Bieber’s just trying to have a good time here, Nick! Why did you have to destroy him? Don’t commit your hate crimes here. HATE CRIMES! Watch the final shootout after the jump… READ FULL STORY »Justin Bieber returned to CSI last night as vengeful teenager Jason McCann and went out in a blaze of glory, by which I mean bullets blazed through him gloriously. (It wasn’t one of
Justin Bieber to Rolling Stone: 'I don't think you should have sex with anyone unless you love them.'
Rolling Stone interview with the teen pop godling, who seems not-at-all-shy about expressing measured opinions about the world outside of his music. On America, Bieber jokes: “You guys are evil. Canada’s the best country in the world. We go to the doctor and we don’t need to worry about paying him, but here, your whole life, you’re broke because of medical bills.” (Oh, tonight’s Glenn Beck is going to be a treat!) READ FULL STORY »Justin Bieber loves universal healthcare, doesn’t believe in abortion, and thinks you should wait until you’re in love to have sex. These and more revelations come from a
I’m going on record to say I’m terrified of tonight’s episode of Glee (titled “Comeback”). Why? Because Sam is going to sing Justin Bieber — and I love Sam’s voice. Thus, tomorrow, as I stroll into work, I know, I KNOW that I’m going to be humming a freakin’ Justin Bieber song.
Now, I don’t have anything personal against the Biebs. I have a teenie bopper past of my own, and the little Biebernators who run around make my heart flutter with memories of my own dark past. But the music is not my cup o’ Irish coffee.
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