April 26, 2014

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Justin Bieber thinks his movie isn’t just for the girls

HollywoodNews.com: Justin Bieber wants everyone to know that his new film ‘Never Say Never’ is not just for the guys, so give it a chance.
Bieber spoke out on the film and said that there is a good message to it that will appeal to everyone, states MTV. “It’s just a good movie. It has a good story line,” Bieber said about the film that some might believe won’t interest them.
But in case guys do still think it’s only for girls, there is still another reason for them to go: “Even if you don’t like my music or anything, just go … And take your girl.”
Will you go check out Justin Bieber’s movie?
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Justin Bieber loses his hair on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’

HollywoodNews.com: Justin Bieber will do anything for attention — especially if he’s on TV.
While on last night’s broadcast of ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ the young, hot pop star let Kimmel shave his head after reading a Tweet from a Bieber-fan that suggested a new song title, “Jimmy Cuts Justin’s Hair.”
When the show came back from a commercial break, Bieber was sporting a shiny bald head.
“People won’t focus on your hair so much,” Kimmel told him.
“They’ll just focus on my beautiful, silky-smooth vocals,” Beiber replied, receiving a bevy of screams and cat-calls from the audience.
Fortunately, Bieber didn’t actually go bald, but donned a bald cap instead. Those gorgeous side-swept locks are still intact.
Watch a clip from Bieber’s appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! here: Justin Bieber Goes Bald
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Justin Bieber wants to buy a home

HollywoodNews.com: When Justin Bieber isn’t touring the world, he is apparently living with his mom and grandparents, but that may be changing soon.
Bieber is reportedly hunting for somewhere new to live in Los Angeles, states RadarOnline.com. His rep has confirmed that he is looking at homes, but has not yet purchased anything.
While Bieber is allegedly worth about $100 million, it sounds like he is focusing on one condo in particular. Bieber is reportedly interested in a condo on the Wilshire corridor in Westwood that has three bedrooms and four bathrooms and is 2400 sq ft. The condo reportedly sells for $1.7 million.
Do you think Justin Bieber should buy a house or condo?
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Justin Bieber is happy kids are still changing his life

HollywoodNews.com: Justin Bieber was just nominated for two Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards — Favorite Male Artist and Favorite Song for “Baby” — which has left him grateful to his fans.
Bieber admitted that he is happy those kids have continued to support his career since the very beginning, states UsMagazine.com. “My life was changed by fans and by kids like me clicking on my videos and letting me chase a dream. Once again those same kids are there and I am forever grateful,” Bieber said after hearing the good news.
He also hopes that his success at a young age will encourage other kids to pursue their dreams.
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Grammy Party Cutbacks… what is going on?

By Roger Friedman
HollywoodNews.com:This shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise since record or CD or download sales are literally at a fraction of what they used to be: on Grammy night, the two biggest record companies are not having after parties. As of now, Universal Music–the leader–has nothing scheduled. It’s unclear where their artists-like Lady GaGa, Justin Bieber, and Eminem will go to celebrate. Of course, as one UMG insider pointed out, Bieber is nowhere drinking age and Monday is a school day. Right.
Meanwhile Sony Music–second in the business–is having a small gathering for what they say will be 150 people including execs, nominees, and people like Barbra Streisand and Tony Bennett. Sounds like fun. Exec wise, Sony is in a muddle over trying to get 72 year old Doug Morris extricated from his UMG contract to come run their company.
R&B artist NeYo has cancelled his annual late night brunch that usually starts at 2am on Sunday after Clive Davis’s Saturday night NARAS backed gala at the Beverly Hills Hotel. Also not happening: LA Reid’s annual party, even though the DefJam chief is celebrating his producer’s credit on the Justin Bieber 3D movie (which is not called Leave it to Biever).
The Davis event is still on, honoring David Geffen, with rumors of a Dionne Warwick tribute featuring her cousin, Whitney Houston. The Davis night is one of two big soirees on a weekend that’s incredibly diminished from what it used to be. The other is Friday night’s MusiCares Person of the Year dinner honoring Barbra Streisand, a hot hot ticket at the Convention Center.
At the same time that Sony and UMG have skipped spending big bucks, there’s word that EMI–a company in financial jeopardy and recently seized by Citigroup–his having a “big” party in town. Well, they do have artists to entertain like Katy Perry and Lady Antebellum, so it’s not totally nuts. Past EMI parties have always been fun. And there’s a rumor of a Lyor Cohen after party hosted by the Warner Music exec.
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Justin Bieber’s Premiere in Los Angeles Behind the Scenes Photos

HollywoodNews.com: Check Out Photos of Justin Bieber’s Premiere in Los Angeles. See who stopped by the premiere of “Justin Bieber:Never Say Never.”
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Justin Bieber & Selena Gomez not ready for red carpet debut

HollywoodNews.com: Even though Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez seem to be getting quite cuddly in public, that doesn’t mean they want to make things red carpet official just yet.
The two were both at the Los Angeles premiere of Bieber’s film ‘Never Say Never,’ but they definitely kept their distance, states People. Bieber and Gomez reportedly made sure not to be near each other while cameras were around.
Bieber did answer questions about his good friend, but didn’t give any more information than he normally does.
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Review: ‘Never Say Never’ offers a compelling chronicle of Justin Bieber’s meteoric rise to fame

By Todd Gilchrist
HollywoodNews.com: In the timeless tradition of pure pop idolatry, it’s impossible to go into Justin Bieber’s film, ‘Never Say Never, ‘ without at least a few preconceived ideas or expectations. Mine was that the pop stars I’ve loved, such as The Beatles, Frank Sinatra, Michael Jackson, Justin Timberlake, and plenty of others all arrived at success thanks to a successful combination of hard work, luck, and undeniable talent – all attributes which may or may not have played a part in Bieber’s current domination of the charts. And that’s precisely what director Jon M. Chu’s documentary-cum-concert film examines: how a sort of perfect storm of dedication, good fortune, and irresistible ability transformed an ambitious Canadian teenager into one of the world’s biggest stars.
But perhaps even more importantly, Never Say Never pinpoints, celebrates, and then channels that indescribable feeling that fans gets from loving their idol unconditionally, creating an experience that audience members can truly identify with, whether the subject of their own adolescent worship is actually this film’s star or the object of some earlier generation’s equivalent obsession.
The centerpiece of the film is Bieber’s August 31, 2010 sellout appearance at New York’s Madison Square Garden, which serves as the culmination of (according to his manager, Scooter Braun) a seemingly impossible year and three days of canvassing himself and his music into the hearts of a quite possibly indecent number of teenage girls. There’s some minor drama as to whether Bieber’s voice will be in good enough condition for him to perform at the landmark venue, but the fact that performances from the show are featured throughout the film more or less eliminates any suspense. Meanwhile, the remainder of the non-concert footage offers a more or less straightforward chronicle of the singer’s ascent to stardom, from his earliest days to his most recent sold-out show.
Having watched plenty of truly great pop stars come and go throughout the years, I admit I was initially skeptical about Bieber’s bona fides; for example, if you were around during their Motownphilly days, it’s easy to assume that having Boyz II Men provide backup vocals for him is less a tribute to their talent than an opportunity for Bieber to stand on the shoulders of (okay, former) giants. But that initial doubt fairly quickly dissolves once Chu reveals not just the depths, but the history (such as it is for a 16-year-old) of [...]

Bieber Fever consumes L.A. at ‘Never Say Never’ Premiere

HollywoodNews.com: With only days to go before the 2011 Grammy Awards, pop music’s biggest sensation this side of Lady Gaga made a solid case tonight as to why he deserves — even if by fanbase alone — that Best New Artist award.
Hundreds of teens crowded the L.A. Live complex, located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles, for the premiere of Justin Bieber’s part-concert film, part-biopic Never Say Never. Lines formed hours before the premiere began, snaking out of the complex and along several blocks of downtown.
According to MTV.com, several celebrities and musicians were in attendance, including Asher Roth and the youngest Kardashian sisters, Kylie and Kendall.
Before Tuesday’s premiere, Bieber tweeted: “We made it for everyone. We put out heart and souls into it.”
Never Say Never opens nationwide Friday, and as it’s being shown in 3D, there’s no doubt the movie will top the box office this weekend.
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Justin Bieber, Drake Florence & the Machine Mumford & Sons Esperanza Spalding

By Gold Derby News Desk
HollywoodNews.com: After weighing in with what will and should win in seven genres, Gold Derby’s music experts David Schnelwar and Darrin Dortch turn to the four top races in the General Field.
BEST NEW ARTIST
Justin Bieber
Drake
Florence & the Machine
Mumford & Sons
Esperanza Spalding
David’s take: Esperanza Spalding is not a crossover artist and became well known the day the Grammy nominations were announced; we have seen the same scenario previously with Susan Tedeschi (1999) and Ledisi (2008). Florence and the Machine only received one nomination; the last time an artist won with one nomination was Shelby Lynne in 2000 and before that it was Milli Vanilli in 1989. A non-American act has not won since the 1980s (Men At Work, Culture Club and Sade). This hurts Mumford and Sons’ chances.
This race is between Drake and Justin Bieber. Bigger rap solo artists that Drake have lost this category: Puff Daddy (1997), 50 Cent (2003) and Kanye West (2004). Lauryn Hill won in this category but she was more R&B than Rap. Drake is nominated for three Grammys in the Rap field and could win if the Grammys honor Rap in the General field. A teen pop act aimed at girls has yet to win Best New Artist. Hanson (1997), Backstreet Boys (1998) and Jonas Brothers (2008) all lost. Bieber won Best New Artist at both the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards and the American Music Awards. He is the most well known and best-selling of the the five nominees. And he received a surprise bid for Best Pop Vocal Album. I am going out on a limb and predicting Justin Bieber for Best New Artist.
Will win: Justin Bieber
Should win: Drake
Spoiler: Drake
Darrin’s take: In the past 20 years, Shelby Lynne is the only artist to win this category without any other corresponding nominations so it’d be a huge shock if Florence or Spalding managed to win here. Mumford & Sons are dark horses. Their album is quietly selling and their song “Little Lion Man” has done well on the radio. However, Mumford & Sons missed out on some key nominations in the rock field aside from their Best Rock Song nod.
A male solo rapper has never won here so a Drake win is unlikely, too. 50 Cent and Kanye West had bigger buzz and bigger sales and still lost. Many teen pop acts, including the Backstreet Boys, Hanson [...]

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