How do you celebrate turning 21-years-old? Showing off your body transformation for a national fitness magazine of course. Justin Beiber shows Men’s Health readers he’s no longer that scrawny teenage pop singer anymore.
In the cover story titled “The Reinvention of Justin Bieber,” the “Boyfriend” singer reflects on the public growing pains he’s experienced the past few years that have tarnished his image. It’s good to see him addressing his past conduct and mistakes.
“I had to grow up so quick. And it was almost like I grew up for the public but I didn’t necessarily grow up. There were things I had to do, as far as the way I had to make relationships, and conversation, but as far as actually growing up, there were a lot of things I missed out on.” – Bieber on growing up in the public eye
Along with getting introspective, the Biebs shares his workout routine with the publication’s readers. He also reveals his bromance crush on Ben Affleck. Who knew?
I have to say his team is doing an outstanding job trying to rehab his image. From his upcoming Comedy Central Roast to his mea culpa on the Ellen DeGeneres show, Justin is definitely on the right path to redemption. Check out more pics snapped by Peter Hapak below, along with more quotes.
On March 30, Justin Bieber faces the music. He’ll undoubtedly be the butt of a barrage of jokes. Comedians should have no problem coming up with hilarious material to poke fun at given Bieber’s antics.
In a new promo for the Comedy Central Roast, the 21-year-old singer parodies his Calvin Klein ad campaign. Instead of a supermodel as his co-star, Justin finds himself sharing intimate moments with Jeff Ross in a wig.
Ross whispers a variety of phrases into Justin‘s ear including, “I want you, Justin,” “I want to stick my pinky in your a**hole,” and I’m a Belieber.” Expect the comedian to deliver his signature jaw-dropping insults on the special. That’s what the Canadian singer should really be afraid of ;)
Check out Justin’s worst nightmare in its entirety below.
Powerhouse DJs and producers Skrillex and Diplo joined forces, forming the new act, Jack Ü. We’ve already heard their Kiesza-assisted track, “Take Ü There”, and the accompanying remix featuring Missy Elliott. The duo took a page from Beyonce’s playbook and surprised their fans by uploading their collaborative effort on Soundcloud this week.
Their highly-anticipated debut titled, Skrillex and Diplo Present Jack Ü, features several guest appearances from the likes of AlunaGeorge, 2 Chainz, Kai and Justin Bieber.
I’m a little surprised writing this, but the Bieber-assisted “Where Are Ü Now” is an early favorite. Other standout tracks include “To Ü” and “Mind.” Stream their entire album below and weigh in afterward.
Any comedian worth his salt doesn’t need a target to deliver a successful hit aimed at Justin Bieber. The 20-year-old singer has plenty of ridiculous antics to choose from to poke fun at.
In a new promo for his roast, the Biebs grimaces while a tattoo artist inks a huge bullseye on his back. This follows on the heels of another clip where Justin is egged mercilessly.
Gotta give the kid credit for playing along and promoting the sh*t out for his Comedy Central special. I can’t wait to see what hilarious digs the talented jokesters come up with.
Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber hosted by Kevin Hart airs on Monday, March 30 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. Check out the clip below.
Carly Rae Jepsen will most likely never reach the heights of “Call Me Maybe.” Both “This Kiss” and “Tonight I’m Getting Over You” were solid followups but failed to do any damage on the Billboard charts or on radio. According to her PR team though, her forthcoming single is as good or even better than “Call Me Maybe.” Talk about high expectations.
Earlier this week, the 29-year-old Canadian singer was spotted filming the music video on the streets of Soho, New York City. Joining her were Justin Bieber (not surprising) and Oscar winner Tom Hanks (talk about random.) Who knew that Hanks and her were such good buddies? I’m thinking Tom owes someone in Jepsen’s camp a huge favor ;)
Based on the short snippet, “I Really Like You,” has potential. It definitely has a catchy hook. Give it a sample below, along with getting a glimpse of Tom Hanks showing off his dance moves.
Back in January 2014, Justin Beiber received a sentence of two years probation and anger management classes for egging his neighbor’s home. Fittingly, the 20-year-old is the one being used as target practice this time.
The Biebs is mercilessly egged in a new promo for his Comedy Central Roast. “Watch Justin Bieber learn how poor, defenseless houses feel,” the video description states. It’s a good thing he never wears a shirt. Much easier clean up.
Kevin Hart gets the honor of presiding over the festivities. Be sure to catch The Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber on March 30. It should be a hilarious special. I’m always down for a good Bieber joke.
Ten years ago today would forever change the landscape of the Internet. YouTube was officially founded by three former PayPal employees. The first video, however, wasn’t upload until April 23, 2005 by one of the co-founders. If you’re curious, “Me At The Zoo” can still be viewed on the video-sharing website.
In honor of YouTube’s 10th anniversary, I’ve embedded the Top 10 viewed videos. The lowest garnering 796,000 to the cream of the crop with over 2 billion clocks. Not surprisingly, music dominates the list. Especially Katy Perry and PSY who both nab two entries each. The sole exception being “Charlie Bit My Finger – Again!.” Check out the most popular clips ever below.
Award season is officially underway! Even Grindr is getting in on the action. They recently released their best of 2013 year end list. From gay icon of the year (Neil Patrick Harris) to best comeback of the year (Netflix), users of the ubiquitous hookup app made their voice heard on a multitude of categories.
2013 was a banner year of celebrities coming out. Not surprisingly with all the headlines he generated, Wentworth Miller earned Grindr’s best coming out story. Solid choice. I was lucky enough to witness Miller’s first appearance after coming out at the HRC Gala Dinner in Seattle.
Along with revealing the best of the best in the past year, Grindr also weighed in on what they expect will be big and make headlines in 2014. Find out below who they think the next celebrity to come out is and what will become obsolete.