I’m sure you’ve heard that Justin Bieber had collapsed on stage last night in London. Poor him, probably overworking himself (it was his third show in a row at the O2 arena) and is under a lot of stress especially with what the media’s been saying lately. However, being so dedicated to the fans, he decided to pull through and finish the rest of his concert before rushing to the hospital.
However, all is fine, and he’s better now. He tweeted his progress while thanking the fans and also posted a shirtless picture on Instagram, with the caption: “Gettin better listening to Janice Joplin“. Never have I ever been so jealous of a hospital bed before.
But wait – what? I did not know that Justin Bieber listened to Janice Joplin. Who would’ve thought? I would’ve expected him to listen to something around his genre, maybe some Michael Jackson, or even old school NKOTB. But I wouldn’t blame him, Janice Joplin’s music does contain some kind of magic in it. Maybe it’s the reason that he healed so quickly? All jokes aside, I’m really glad that Justin’s feeling better now. He has his fourth show in the O2 Arena tonight, so let’s hope nothing drastic happens. We wouldn’t want you to collapse again. But seriously Justin, take a break sometime.
If not for your health, maybe your safety. Those paps haven’t been so kind to you lately. Read more…
Tommy Wooldridge doesn’t have the best luck when it comes to swooning the ladies so he’s turned to the swag master himself, Canada’s very own Justin Bieber, for a little inspiration. Watch as Tommy uses lyrics from “Beauty and a Beat,” “Boyfriend,” and “Baby” to capture the hearts of these unsuspecting ladies. Hey Tommy, I hope you find your baby, baby, baby!
We’re not sure how or why this happened. But we’re so happy that it did.
It’s clear Justin Bieber had one intention with his forthcoming album Believe: to whisper sweet nothings into your ears about how he’s the swaggiest suitor ever and no question, would love to die in your arms. It’s basically an audio manual named: Here Are All The Reasons I Should Be Your Boyfriend Even Though My Smile Is Reason Enough.
“As Long As You Love Me,” featuring Big Sean, is on the same wavelength, as he insists he can survive poverty, homelessness and starvation if you love him. Well, we’re feeling the same way JB. We can totally survive that massive exam, meeting — whatever — if you proclaim your undying love for us.
The track is now available on iTunes, but in the meantime you can listen to a snippet in his album sampler, below.
Listen to the sampler here (it’s the third song):
Justin Bieber might be in the middle of a media circus, considering his recent spat with a money-hungry paparazzo, but let’s forget about that for two seconds (preferably forever) and move on to the music because that’s what’s really important.
JB released “Die In Your Arms” and it’s COMPLETELY different than I imagined, but in a good way. A really good way. I imagined a gloomy 90s-esque ballad but this tune has a Jackson 5 soulfulness that I didn’t expect, even though Scooter Braun already made the comparison on Twitter. The track has a catchy opening and rhythmic finger snaps, while Bieber croons: “Ooh baby, I know loving you ain’t easy, sure is worth a try.”
His whole album is gearing up to be an essay about why the Biebs is the archetypal boyfriend, leading me to believe the album should be called Etiquette for Gentleman rather than Believe. Of course, this is the second single released from his upcoming LP Believe, out June 19. How does it compare to “Boyfriend?”
Listen to it here:
To celebrate Justin Bieber’s birthday someone took the time to re-imagine Hollywood classics with the popstar as the lead.
How I would have loved to see Beaver as a blue-faced Na’vi on Pandora. But nothing gets me more than him reprising Hilary Swank’s role as a girl who wishes she was a boy in Boys Don’t Cry. He’s already got the hair right? Bargain! Also check him out in Teen Wolf, Grease and Good Will Hunting.