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Posted On: February 18, 2011 | Posted By: Bart | Filed Under: Articles, Celebrities, Justin
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It’s official! Selena Gomez is just as obsessed with Justin Bieber as he is with her!

Selena Gomez may be good at playing coy when it comes to her relationship with pop-sensation Justin Bieber, but it’s no secret that the two teen icons are having a fling! Sources from the set of Selena’s Wizards Of Waverly Place, revealed to us that the 18-year-old starlet is happier than ever and no one has a chance of getting between her and the Bieber!

“I don’t think anyone has a chance with that Bieber kid in the path,” revealed a ‘Wizards’ insider when we asked him about Selena’s love life.

“They seem to be really great match. She’s a wonderful girl, she doesn’t fall for all those Hollywood jerks out there. He seems to be a very genuine guy,” said the source about her relationship with Justin. “She is always smiling around him, he clearly makes her very happy.”

Justin often visits Selena on the set of her TV show, so her castmates and crew members get to see the couple together multiple times.

Not only is Justin a superstar sensation, but he’s also a star boyfriend! Selena is one lucky lady to be wooed by the Biebs himself, and we’re glad that they’re happy together. Hollywood hasn’t seen a teen royalty romance like this since Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake, and we hope this one lasts! What do YOU think? Are Selena and Justin a match made in celebrity heaven or would you prefer Bieber single?

Source: HollywoodLife.com

Posted On: February 18, 2011 | Posted By: Bart | Filed Under: Articles, Justin
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If you think Justin Bieber has been looking extra stylish on the red carpet lately, that’s because the 16-year-old pop star has been wearing Dolce & Gabbana almost exclusively at all his big events. We know JB loves his hi-tops and streetwear, so seeing him rocking the luxury label’s clothes has us wondering… Is Justin going to be Dolce & Gabbana’s next spokesperson?

Recently, the Biebs wore a classic black D&G tuxedo to the Golden Globes on January 16th, where he presented an award with Hailee Steinfeld. Then, Justin showed up to the New York City premiere of ‘Never Say Never’ on Febuary 2nd, in another black ensemble, including a purple bowtie and slick D&G leather jacket.
Even when the singer popped by ‘Saturday Night Live’ for a surprise appearance on February 5, he still wore casual duds courtesy of D&G. Then, just a few days later, JB hit the Los Angeles premiere of his 3D movie in a purple velvet tux by the fashion house.

Justin rocked an off-white D&G tuxedo to the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards on Febuary 13th, topped off with a black bowtie and white sneakers, of course. Then, two days later, he wore D&G when he was awarded with the Best International Breakthrough Act award at the Brit Awards. His London ‘Never Say Never’ premiere was on Febuary 16th and he wore D&G then too. So, as you can see, the pop star has quite the relationship with the label.

When we asked a D&G rep if Justin will become a spokeperson for the brand, she remained tight-lipped about the possibility, neither confirming or denying it. But, judging by the increase in red carpet fashions from the Italian design house, we think it’s just a matter of time before a partnership is announced.

Check out more photos of Justin wearing Dolce & Gabbana in the photo gallery below. What do you think? Should Bieber be the brand’s next spokesperson?

Source: JSYK.com

Posted On: February 18, 2011 | Posted By: Bart | Filed Under: Fans, Videos
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Born To Be Somebody Fan Video
YOU could be in it! Support Justin Bieber and his NEW song in his amazing movie NEVER SAY NEVER? If you’re interested in being in this video, continue reading (MAKE sure you read the rules)
Everyone can be in this video; all you have to do is take a photo of yourself with a sheet of paper (or just edit a picture) that indicates the following:
I was born to be _________________________. In the blank space, you can indicate whatever you want!
Here are some examples:
1) I was born to be someone that cares for others.
2) I was born to be a belieber.
3) I was born to be someone who makes a change.
4) I was born to be a caring person.
Those are just examples of what to do; YOU CAN PUT ANYTHING IN THE BLANK SPACE as long as it makes sense. In Justin Bieber’s case he put “I was born to be SOMEBODY” When editing your photo or taking your photo it is optional for you to write your twitter name.
Once you are fully done and satisfied with your photo (by tonight), send it to: BTBSvideo@gmail.com
NOTE: We will not take photos through twitter.

Spread The Word and support NEVER SAY NEVER!

Posted On: February 16, 2011 | Posted By: Bart | Filed Under: Gallery
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Events> 2011> February 15th – The BRIT Awards 2011 – Arrivals

Events> 2011> February 15th – The BRIT Awards 2011 – Show

Events> 2011> February 15th – The BRIT Awards 2011 – Winners Boards

Events> 2011> February 13th – The 53rd Annual GRAMMY Awards – Show

Events> 2011> February 13th – The 53rd Annual GRAMMY Awards – Backstage And Audience

Events> 2011> February 13th – The 53rd Annual GRAMMY Awards – Press Room

Candids> 2011> February 15th – Arriving At Heathrow Airport

Candids> 2011> February 14th – At LAX Airport In Los Angeles

Candids> 2011> February 12th – On The Set Of Selena Gomez’s “Who Says” Music Video

Music Videos> 2010> “U Smile” Video Shoot

Photoshoots> 2011> T Richardson

Photoshoots> 2011> T Richardson

Photoshoots> 2011> D McMedann

Photoshoots> 2010> My World 2.0

Photoshoots> 2010> Uknown Photoshoot #3

Posted On: February 16, 2011 | Posted By: Bart | Filed Under: Covers, Videos, YouTube
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Make sure to check out Kim’s YouTube by clicking here :).

Posted On: February 16, 2011 | Posted By: Bart | Filed Under: Articles, Celebrities, Justin, Movies
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The pop phenom’s ”Never Say Never” comes in second for weekend, and just behind Miley Cyrus among the strongest-opening concert movies.

LOS ANGELES — Justin Bieber lost out at the Grammys for Best New Artist and Best Pop Album, and he also came in a close second at the box office this weekend. His new concert documentary, Never Say Never, earned $30.2 million, just below Adam Sandler’s Just Go With It, which earned $30.5 million.

That also puts Bieber second behind Miley Cyrus on our list of the best opening weekends of all time for concert movies. Her Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Tour opened to $31 million in 2008.

It’s a strong opening for Bieber, but he has a long way to go if he’s going to beat the highest-grossing concert film of all time: This Is It. The film, which hit theaters just four months after Michael Jackson died, featured rehearsal footage from the world tour the singer was working on when he passed away. The film grossed an amazing $261 million, $190 million of which was earned overseas. That ranks the film first on our list of the Top-Grossing Concert Films of all time.

In Pictures: The Top-Grossing Concert Movies

Jackson had the kind of global appeal that few musicians can compete with. Miley Cyrus’ movie earned only $5 million internationally. That movie’s $70 million in box-office earnings ranks it second on our list (which does not include Never Say Never since the film just opened).

Concert movies can be tricky. In the ’80s, concert films like Stop Making Sense and Rattle and Hum gave devoted fans the chance to see their favorite bands in a concert-like setting but at one-tenth the price. They also made for collectible CDs and DVDs.

But those movies often appeared in only a few theaters or for only a limited time. Stop Making Sense, a concert film about The Talking Heads from director Jonathan Demme, played in only seven theaters for one week so the fact that it earned $5 million is very impressive.

Concert movies got a little bigger, and a little more lucrative, in the ’90s with films like Madonna: Truth or Dare. The 1991 movie promised to give fans a look at the racy backstage antics at a Madonna concert. It earned $29 million at the global box office and ranks third on our list.

Concert films really took off in the last few years with the growth of 3-D. U2 filmed their second concert film in 2008: U2 3D. The film earned $23 million at the box office, making it the fifth-highest-grossing concert film of all time. It brought in $14 million more than the band’s 1998 concert film Rattle and Hum.

Where will Bieber’s film fit in? Only time will tell. If the movie has legs, it could easily earn $100 million. Not a bad payday for Bieber and Paramount Pictures considering the film cost only an estimated $12 million to make.

Source: Forbes.com

Posted On: February 16, 2011 | Posted By: Bart | Filed Under: Articles, Movies
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In a clever move that could stave off the usual precipitous drop in grosses that besets so many concert movies, Paramount’s Insurge label is cutting an updated version of Justin Bieber: Never Say Never with new footage for a possible release on the film’s third weekend in theaters. The new version — Bieberfilm 2.0, if you will — would include different live performances from the original movie, new scenes of Bieber shot at the premiere of Never Say Never, and various early showings of the movie that Bieber secretly attended last Wednesday. There may even be scenes shot as recently as Grammy night.

Insiders familiar with the situation say that the studio is waiting for John Chu’s director’s cut to decide whether they will release the new version in theaters or as a special DVD. But revamping a film already in theaters in the age of digital projection is no longer the prohibitively expensive proposition it used to be and has the potential to significantly boost its grosses. Some 84 percent of the film’s current release is via digital 3-D projection, so the cost of sending the new, recut footage doesn’t involve anywhere near the complexity and cost of printing and shipping thousands of additional cans of film to theaters. As for promotion, Bieber is unique among stars in that he can speak (and market) directly to his fans: He has over 7.2 million followers on Twitter and is “liked” by over 21 million people on Facebook. Even if only a small fraction of them turn out to see the remixed concert film, it should drive Never Say Never‘s grosses considerably higher than what they’d normally be in its third weekend. (For example, the 2008 Miley Cyrus/Hannah Montana Best of Both Worlds concert film opened to $31.1 million, but then lost a little more than two-thirds of its audience in its second weekend and another two-thirds in its third.)

Chu has no end of footage with which to remix his documentary: There are literally days’ worth of material from which to select, and over a dozen songs from the other concert performances that led up to Bieber’s Madison Square Garden blowout. It’s not clear just how much of the movie will be revamped: One source tells Vulture that the studio has even been exploring whether fans could vote online to choose the new concert songs that will be included in Version 2.0. (i.e., You didn’t care for Justin’s rendition of “Eenie Meenie” with Sean Kingston in the original? Vote to replace it with, say, his Miley Cyrus duet “Overboard” filmed live in Madison Square Garden!), but nothing has been decided yet.

Source: NYMag.com

Posted On: February 16, 2011 | Posted By: Bart | Filed Under: Articles, Interviews, Justin, Magazines, Videos
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‘I don’t think you should have sex with anyone unless you love them,’ Bieber tells Vanessa Grigoriadis

In the new issue of Rolling Stone – on stands and online in the digital archives on February 18th (subscription required) – Justin Bieber takes Rolling Stone contributing editor Vanessa Grigoriadis for a spin around Atlanta in his Range Rover. Along the way they discuss girls, politics, music, Will Ferrell movies – and sex.

The Tao of Bieber: Justin’s meditations on fame, drugs, sex and more

“I don’t think you should have sex with anyone unless you love them,” Bieber says. When asked if he believes in abstinence until marriage, Bieber – who is reportedly dating fellow teen star Selena Gomez – seems wary: “I think you should just wait for the person you’re…in love with.”

Watch video of Justin Bieber’s Rolling Stone cover shoot with Terry Richardson below.

Near the end of their time together Grigoriadis caught a glimpse of Bieber’s desktop image on his laptop: It was him and Gomez against an orange sunset. Bieber quickly closed the computer when he noticed that Grigoriadis had seen the picture.

Photos: Justin Bieber’s World

Other highlights from the story:

- The Canadian-born Bieber never plans on becoming an American citizen. “You guys are evil,” he jokes. “Canada’s the best country in the world.” He adds, “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. My bodyguard’s baby was premature, and now he has to pay for it. In Canada, if your baby’s premature, he stays in the hospital as long as he needs to, and then you go home.”

Contest: You Choose the Cover of ‘Rolling Stone’

- He isn’t sure what political party he’d support if he was old enough to vote. “I’m not sure about the parties,” Bieber says. “But whatever they have in Korea, that’s bad.” He does have a solid opinion on abortion. “I really don’t believe in abortion,” Bieber says. “It’s like killing a baby?” How about in cases of rape? “Um. Well, I think that’s really sad, but everything happens for a reason. I don’t know how that would be a reason. I guess I haven’t been in that position, so I wouldn’t be able to judge that.”

Photos: Random Notes

- Bieber’s voice began to change on his last tour. He’s now working with a vocal coach, which involves doing 20 push-ups before a session to warm up his chest. “He’s got a nice tone to his voice now,” says his vocal coach Jan Smith. “It’s a good texture, but it doesn’t sound like what his fans think he sounds like. He’ll get four octaves eventually. He’s still young.”

Source: RollingStone.com

Posted On: February 16, 2011 | Posted By: Bart | Filed Under: Articles, Televison Apperances, Videos
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Justin Bieber is back on “CSI” as troubled teen Jason McCann, and we have a sneak peek at his explosive performance!

“I’m not a bad person, so it’s funny to play a bad person,” says Justin, adding of his debut appearance on the show, “It started in the first one where I bombed a funeral. Yeah, it sounds bad, but I bombed a funeral.”

As for the plot of this week’s episode in which his character returns, the producers are keeping it mostly under wraps, but suffice it to say that Justin looks a little banged-up and worse for wear. He’s also reunited with “CSI” team member Nick Stokes (George Eads), who vows to protect him.

So, why do “CSI” again? “First of all, I think it’s a really cool show,” says Justin, who also reveals that his grandpa is a big fan of the show. “You know, I wanted to do something that’s going to be challenging for me, and this is definitely going to be. It has been.”

Justin also says that his dream role would be to do a comedy with Will Ferrell: “Like play his son, or something funny like that,” he says with a glint in his eye. “What’s up, Will!”

“CSI” airs Thursday night at 9/8c on CBS.

Source: ETOnline.com

Posted On: February 16, 2011 | Posted By: Bart | Filed Under: Album, Articles, Interviews, Music, Videos
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While Now 37 takes #1 spot, Bieber’s album sales jump 145 percent following his big-screen debut.

There will be a new title at the top of the Billboard 200 albums chart next week, but the biggest news is the huge sales bump Justin Bieber experienced thanks to the opening of his “Never Say Never” movie. While the Now 37 compilation (with songs by Eminem, Bruno Mars, Katy Perry, Pink and Willow Smith) will snag the pole position thanks to sales of 151,000, according to figures provided by Nielsen SoundScan, Bieber’s 3-D big-screen debut gave a serious boost to his record sales.

My World 2.0 is up 145 percent over the previous week, jumping 14 spots to #3 on sales of 48,000, while My Worlds Acoustic leaps 37 spots to #10 as sales zoomed up by 240 percent to 35,000. Even the 16-year-old singer’s 2009 debut EP, My World, benefited, moving 61 spots to #39 as sales were up 162 percent to 14,000.

Next week’s charts will likely reflect the post-Grammy bump that traditionally follows the awards show, but even after going home empty-handed following a performance with Bob Dylan on the broadcast, England’s Mumford & Sons continue their unlikely chart ride. They zoom nine spots to #2 with Sigh No More, which sold 49,000 copies as sales picked up by nearly 100 percent over the previous week.

The rest of the top 10: Nicki Minaj, Pink Friday (#4, 47,000), Pink, Greatest Hits … So Far!!! (#5, 41,000), Bruno Mars, Doo-Wops & Hooligans (#6, 39,000), Eminem, Recovery (#7, 38,000), Rihanna, Loud (#8, 37,000) and Jason Aldean, My Kinda Party (#9, 35,000).

Maybe it was their Super Bowl halftime show, but after weeks of slipping down the charts, the Black Eyed PeasThe Beginning moves six places to #14 (31,000, up 61 percent) while their two-year-old The E.N.D. (Energy Never Dies) jumps 21 spots to #20 as sales picked up by 75 percent to 20,000.

It was all about Lady Gaga on the iTunes singles chart, as her queer anthem “Born This Way” went straight to #1. Gaga pushes Katy Perry‘s “Firework” down a spot, where it’s followed by Pink‘s “F—in’ Perfect,” the Black Eyed Peas’ “The Time (Dirty Bit),” Wiz Khalifa‘s “Black and Yellow” and Jay Sean‘s “Hit the Lights.” Rounding out the list are Cee Lo Green‘s “Forget You” at #7, then Colbie Caillat‘s “I Do,” Rihanna‘s “S&M” and Avril Lavigne‘s “What the Hell.”

The Mumfords rule the iTunes albums chart, followed by Pink, Bieber’s Never Say Never – The Remixes, his acoustic album, the BeatlesLOVE soundtrack to the Cirque du Soleil Las Vegas show, Rihanna, Eminem, Grammy performers the Avett BrothersI and Love and You, Bieber’s My World 2.0 and the Pretty RecklessLight Me Up.

Look for the Grammy bump next week, as well as the chart debut of Bieber’s remix album and the new Bright Eyes effort, The People’s Key.

Source: MTV.com



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