Our little Canadian boy Justin Bieber is getting naughtier and naughtier these days. It started a while back as he started getting some muscles and he’d post shirtless selfies and pics from the gym. Now he has taken things a bit further.
This weekend, Bieber posted a picture of himself mooning the camera on Instagram, then deleted it shortly after. Yep, Bieber’s bare butt. He also posted a picture of his bulge with the caption, “For my wild Beliebers.” When I say bulge, I meen he clearly was aroused because his crotch area was clearly bulging out. Either that or he stuffed himself but I highly doubt it. Needless to say he deleted that one shortly after as well.
Check out both photos below. I wonder what his ex Selena Gomez thinks of Bieber’s horny behavior. LOL.
On New Year’s Day, a photographer who thought he had spotted Justin Bieber sitting in his parked white Ferrari was hit and killed by oncoming traffic as he walked across an L.A. freeway to get back to his car after taking pictures. Ironically, Bieber wasn’t actually in the car or present on the scene when this incident happened.
The photographer had parked his car across the street and went over and took pictures of the people in the car. According to CNN, the police officer had told him to go back to his car twice before the incident happened.
Bieber has had some scary situations with paparazzi before, chasing him on the freeway in their cars and one of them was even charged criminally as a result. Although he wasn’t there when the incident happened, Bieber has released a statement with respect to this tragic incident. Read it below.
I’m not sure how this list was compiled because it seems a little odd. DoSomething.org recently unveiled their annual Top 20 list of “Celebs Gone Good” and Taylor Swift is apparently the most giving in Hollywood. Not to discredit Swift’s generous donations, but is she really the No. 1 charitable celebrity out there? If she is, then the others really need to step up their do-gooding game.
The 23-year-old “Trouble” singer stands atop of the heap due to her $4 million donation to the Country Hall of Fame Museum which is the largest sum ever donated to the organization. She’s also cited for all tremendous work for young people battling cancer and being the youngest person to ever receive the Ripple of Hope Award from the Robert F. Kennedy Center for her charity work.
Others making the list include Carrie Underwood, Channing Tatum, Ben Affleck and Miley Cyrus. It’s interesting how Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez rank separately, while Andrew Garfield & Emma Stone and Jay-Z & Beyonce are grouped together. There are definitely a couple of surprises including Ian Somerhalder. Not that he doesn’t strike me as a giving person. It’s just you never hear much about his good deeds. Find out who the runner-up is and the rest of the Top 20 below.
Hey fellow homos. How’s everyone’s Christmas shopping getting along? Thankfully, Patrick and I completed a big chunk of our list yesterday afternoon. Getting out of the house to do a few holiday tasks definitely helped get me in the Christmas spirit, something I feel like I have been lacking in this year. If you are like me and need a little holiday pep, I’ve decided to compile a list of some of my favorite Christmas tracks to add to your playlist. Here we go. (Please note, this article is being written very tongue in cheek.) Enjoy!
This song is a must-have on your holiday homo playlist. It’s sure to be a crowd pleaser at any party and will make your spirits gay and bright! It doesn’t hurt that George Michael who’s on our team is the mastermind behind this Christmas tune that we all know and love. See more of my holiday favorites below.
Last night, the 2013 Grammy Nominations concert took place, revealing this year’s nominees and inadvertently, those who surprisingly weren’t nominated. Leading the pack this year were Fun., Jay-Z, Mumford & Sons, Frank Ocean, and Kanye West who scored six nominations each. Following their lead were The Black Keys and Miguel with five nods. Vocal powerhouse, Kelly Clarkson was treated to four nominations, Taylor Swift got three, and Canada’s own Carly Rae Jepsen, got two nominations.
Both Justin Bieber & Nicki Minaj were both snubbed by the Grammys this year. Nicki Minaj was nominated for “Best Rap Album” last year, but moving into the pop category this year, she didn’t make the cut. I’m genuinely surprise that Bieber didn’t get nominated for his Believe album – I thought the album was quite strong myself. His manager Scooter Braun took to Twitter to voice his opinion. After first congratulating Carly Rae Jepsen, he said, “this time there wont be any wise words, no excuses, I just plain DISAGREE. The kid deserved it. Grammy board u blew it on this one… He later added, “the hardest thing to do is transition, keep the train moving. the kid delivered. Huge succesful album, sold out tour, and won people over…” In another tweet, he insisted, “…this time he deserved to be recognized and I dont really have any kind nice positive things to say about a decision i dont agree with.”
In any event, he didn’t get nominated but the giant list of people below did. The 55th annual Grammy Awards air Sunday, February 10, on CBS. Check out the nominees below. As a side note, Donovan had previously listed his “Best New Artist” predictions, getting two out of the thirteen options listed correct. I’ve made note of the two he got right underneath that category. In his poll, post people picked Carly Rae Jepsen, but she actually wasn’t nominated in that category.
The Victoria’s Secret models are found lip syncing in a video that is supposed to be Justin Bieber‘s lost personal footage. You may recall that is exactly how they filmed the actual music video to Bieber & Nicki Minaj’s “Beauty and a Beat” track, which (not so coincidentally) is the song the models are lip syncing to.
I wonder if this video adds fuel to Selena Gomez’s fire considering she allegedly wasn’t too thrilled about some of the pictures Bieber was posting on Twitter with the models while at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show (which airs on December 4).
Are you going to watch the Victoria’ Secret Fashion Show this week? I’m quite certain Donovan will be ;) Enjoy he video below.
Bing has just released their Top Searches for 2012, revealing the biggest stories of the year and what most people wanted to know about. The most searched for song was Psy’s “Gangnam Style,” while the second was “Call Me Maybe“. Will all of the judges drama, the most searched television show was American Idol, while the most searched movie was The Avengers.
As for celebrities, they do have specific categories like fashion designer (ie. Michael Kors), celebrity event (ie. Beyonce’s baby), and celebrity couples among others, but they also have an overall most searched person as well. Last year, that person was Justin Bieber (and within Canada at least, that remains the same). That being said, overall, there is a new number one most searched person. Find out who it is as well as who else made the top 10 list below.
Yesterday, the Calgary Stampeders and the Toronto Argonauts faced off at the 100th CFL Grey Cup in Toronto, with the Argonauts taking taking the title in the end. Recently, I wrote about some of the Argonauts players speaking out about homophobia.
During the halftime show, Canadian pop superstars, Justin Bieber and Carly Rae Jepsen performed two songs each. Although they may be two of the most popular Canadian pop stars right now (with Justin Bieber’s Oprah interview with Oprah airing in over 100 countries last night), I wouldn’t have pictured them as the right acts for football fans. Given that, apparently Justin Bieber was booed during his performances of “Boyfriend” and “Beauty and a Beat”. Although he may not be the type of music the football fans normally listen to, in my opinion I think that’s pretty lame for Canadians to be unsupportive of their own talent – especially one who has done so well for himself and worked so hard to get to where he his.
Carly Rae Jepsen, who Bieber has gone out of his way to support, performed “Call Me Maybe” and “This Kiss” during the show. Other performances included “Stutter” by Marianas Trench as well as a song by folk/pop/country singer, Gordon Lightfoot. Watch all of the performances below as well as the moment where the Argonauts took home the win.