Is Justin Bieber the next Ashton Kutcher? Apparently, the two dudes will be getting time warpy in the movie “What Would Kenny Do?” The premise of the flick is that a cool 30-something guy goes back in time as a hologram to help his nerdy teenage self through the treacherous landscape that is high school. Justin is supposedly already signed on the dotted line for the movie and Ashton is set to produce and star in it.
Oh, and this isn’t the first time Ashton has alluded to Justin as his younger version. Keep reading »
“I actually don’t [encourage the mustache]. It’s not gonna grow … I mean, it needs a little more time. You’ve gotta commit. You can’t just be like, ‘All right, let me just do a little one.’”
—Selena Gomez reveals on SiriusXM that she isn’t loving maybe-boyfriend Justin Bieber‘s new facial hair. On March 5th, he tweeted (his lack of punctuation, not ours), “Im not shaving for a month so you all can see my mustache.. im pumped.” Hopefully Selena’s lack of pumpitude will not be too much of an issue. [People] Keep reading »
Ahhh, puberty. With his new haircut, elongated face, and extra few inches of height, Justin Bieber already looks a few years older than his wax likeness, which was unveiled at Madame Tussaud’s in London yesterday. As long as the voice doesn’t drop too dramatically, things should be all good. Keep reading »
hosting “Saturday Night Live
” could have been a hot, steaming pile of Disney dog doo … but it turns out the girl is pretty funny! Not only did she sing about her little bong incident during her opening monologue, but the girl gets mad props for making fun of herself in Vanessa Bayer
‘s skit, “The Miley Cyrus Show.” I don’t think I
could listen to someone mocking me and my dad to my face for five minutes straight. Miley did a kickass job channeling Justin Bieber
‘s swagger, too.
And now I’m going to go wash my brain out with soap because I just said, like, six nice things about Hannah Montana. [NBC] Keep reading »
It’s been just over a week since teenage heartthrob Justin Bieber got the haircut that made headlines, but some fans are still in denial over the loss of his luscious, side-swept locks.
At least that’s the sentiment sweeping the Bieber blog Lesbians Who Look Like Justin Bieber, which posts photographs of women — many of whom are lesbians — who happen to resemble the 17-year-old teen sensation.
Now, for a blog that updates on a daily basis, you’d think there would already be several postings of female doppelgangers proudly copying Bieber’s new ‘do.
Wrong. Read more… Keep reading »
Not gonna lie — it looks like Justin Bieber and Rihanna might be having a bit of an awkward convo at last night’s NBA All-Star Game. RiRi just wants to finish texting whatever hottie is blowing up her phone now, while Biebs is trying to put on the smoothest moves in his 16-year-old repertoire but ends up just grinning at her all dopey-like. It’s okay Justin. I think she gets that a lot. Keep reading »
It must have been a slow news day yesterday, because the whole world stopped for Justin Bieber’s thoughts on abortion. While driving around with a “Rolling Stone” reporter in Atlanta, sans handlers, the 16-year-old virgin told writer Vanessa Grigoriadis he believes abortion is “killing a baby” and even in the case of a pregnancy that results from rape, “everything happens for a reason.” Minds were blown. Rome fell. S**t got real.
Well, it turns out that was not Bieber‘s full quote. Keep reading »
When he’s not busy discussing abortion, rape, and socialized medicine
with Rolling Stone
, Justin Bieber
is mastering impressions. The Bieb’s impression of Barack Obama
totally blows Fred Armisen
‘s impression of the president on “Saturday Night Live
” out of the water. (Not that that
‘s hard.) Pretty good for a Canadian. [Mediaite
] Keep reading »
Justin Bieber: I really don’t believe in abortion. It’s, like, killing a baby?
Rolling Stone: How about in cases of rape?)
JB: Um. 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.
Oof. “Everything happens for a reason”? Really? I may not care about your opinions on abortion, but the world’s population of 11-year-old girls sure does. Isn’t this heavy stuff for the “Hannah Montana” crowd?
After the jump, Justin also sounded off to Rolling Stone about the American vs. Canadian health care systems. Keep reading »