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Justin Bieber stopped by Between Two Ferns where Zach Galifianakis had some stern words for the pop star.
“It’s really exciting to talk to you,” the interview begins. “Especially right in the middle of your public meltdown.”
From there, things spiral. Bieber tells us what he’s really thinking about while he’s on stage (Cops) and Galifianakis takes Bieber to task for his recent behavior: “there hasn’t been a time in the last six, seven years that I haven’t urinated in a bucket, but I don’t film it.”
It ends as most talk shows do, with a public whipping and a good old fashioned Nickelodeon sliming.
Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis: Justin Bieber from Justin Bieber
I know. I feel icky too. But it has to be said: The Biebs is all growns up. Justin Bieber took to the stage in Beijing Sunday night and as things are wont to do when a million prepubescent tweens wail your name; it got hot in therr. The oft-troubled hearthrob with a hearty self-deprecating spirit (take note, Yeezy) went out there and delivered. And although he may be speeding, toking, spitting, and urinating, he will keep his tongue in his mouth, take his shirt off and give the people what they want. On time. International. Pop. Star.
JUSTIN BIEBER showed off some sick skateboarding skills at a New York party over the weekend, and celebrity gossip websites are going a little crazy over them.
Despite being arrested for DUI late last month and then surrendering to charges of assault, Justin Bieber seemed to be in high spirits on Saturday while at the Leather & Laces Super Bowl party in New York.
The pop star impressed an onlooking crowd by showing off his skateboarding antics again… this time, with his shirt on (thankfully).
He’s obviously pretty proud of his skills too, since he let cameras take videos and photos of him this time.
Are you impressed?
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By now, most of the world’s Beliebers have probably already heard “Wait For a Minute,” Justin Bieber‘s new track with Tyga.
But just in case you missed this late night debut on Thursday, here’s the song in full:
“Wait For a Minute” will reportedly appear on DJ Tay James‘ upcoming mixtape We Know the DJ Radio Volume 3.
Bieber, meanwhile, is set to kick off the Asian leg of his Believe tour on Sept. 23 in Singapore. The 19-year-old singer will perform in cities like Beijing, Shanghai and Seoul, South Korea before hitting up Puerto Rico on Oct. 19.
Newly minted “Queen of Twerk” Miley Cyrus‘ duet with fellow teen sensation Justin Bieber has leaked. The song is called “Twerk,” because of course it is.
It was announced in July that Bieber and Cyrus would be teaming up on a song for Bieber pal Lil Twist, it appears this is that song. It features Cyrus singing the hook “I came up in this party / time to twerk.”
Timed perfectly with the controversy surrounding Cyrus’ twerk-heavy VMA performance Sunday, the song leaked online Wednesday morning. It’s expected to appear on Lil Twist’s upcoming album Bad Decisions.
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Things seemed to be going smoothly at Justin Bieber‘s recent concert in Newark. That is, until his raucous fans got a little too involved. As they began to throw things on stage for their Dear Leader to touch, Bieber stopped the show to ask people to “refrain from throwing things on stage, please.” “You guys know what refrain means,” he continued. “Refrain means don’t throw.” Technically, according to Merriam-Webster, refrain means “to keep oneself from doing, feeling, or indulging in something and especially from following a passing impulse,” but I suppose “don’t throw” is close enough.
Beiber’s newly educated fans didn’t, however, stop. It’s then that someone threw a phone on stage. In response, Bieber picked up the phone and stuck it down his roomy drop-crotch pants. After a few moments soaking in the sauna of Bieber’s leather-clad crotch, he tossed it back into the audience.
It probably wasn’t the smartest way to get people to stop throwing things on stage as it drove the crowd, and the internet, insane. “I WISH THE PHONE HAVE THE VIDEO ON,” as YouTube commenter Efrida Puspitasari put it.