“I think it’s really serious,” Grande told Mix 104.1 in Boston. “I’ve seen tweets of people like making fun of the mugshot and all this stuff, and it’s so ignorant.”
A lawyer, drug counselor, addiction expert and former child star all weigh in on Bieber’s recent legal troubles.
Gary Craig has recorded a brand new version of “Oh Canada” hoping Justin Bieber might go back to his homeland.
There’s a not-insignificant, less-asked question about these recent troubles: Why do these young, significantly less famous black artists — Khalil, Lil Za and Lil Twist — keep getting jailed up in Bieber’s wake?
The arrest report states that the officer smelled an “odor of alcohol emanating from the drivers breath and bloodshot eyes.” It continues to explain that Bieber had “slow deliberate movements and a stupor look on his face.”
What a difference a year makes!!
The charges include drag racing and driving under the influence.
Neither of these two pop stars could drum up much interest in their new behind-the-scenes documentaries this Christmas.
Language is tricky, so until we have an official announcement from Braun or Bieber’s label, it’s best we take it with a grain of salt.
Justin Bieber is on the run from paparazzi and screaming fans in the music video for “Wait For a Minute” which dropped today (Dec. 19).
Justin Bieber is in the news again, but this time it’s not for graffiti or abandoning his monkey or insulting Bill Clinton. No, this time it’s for something noble.
On the same day that Justin Bieber released the latest song from his “Music Monday” series, “Change Me,” the pop singer has unveiled his new music video for “All That Matters,” one of the earlier releases in the campaign.
With the help of a good woman, Justin Bieber is ready to change.
This funky new track has Bieber detailing his new relationship, which is anything but perfect: “It’s been difficult/ I’m just happy there’s no fights no more,” he sings alongside seductive bass beats.
Another Monday, another new song from Justin Bieber. But unlike the other six songs he’s released as part of his Music Monday series, this one features a very special guest: R. Kelly.
“I would never do anything to disrespect my fans. I don’t like having to defend myself but this time it was needed as I mean no disrespect,” he wrote.
Sure, Justin Bieber’s had his troubles over the last year, but he isn’t a bad guy. On his latest #MusicMonday track, “All Bad,” he’s pulling out all the stops to convince you he’s different.
While Justin Bieber has endured an onslaught of bad press, scandalous accusations and thrown water bottles during his recent tour of Brazil, he’s also found the time to drop some cash on an emerging social network for teens.
Justin Bieber is detailing his heartbreak and showing off his falsetto with his latest #MusicMonday release.
Justin Bieber is talking about his recent love woes on his new song, “Recovery.”
A part of his weekly Music Mondays releases (a 10-week series of new tracks), Bieber promises two songs this week. His first being the sultry R&B jam that is “Hold Tight,” which brings to mind early Justin Timberlake.
Another Monday, another track from Justin Bieber. This time around, the Biebz is talking about his perfect lady asking, “What’s a king bed without a queen?”
While Bieber originally promised just one song a week, he took to Twitter early this morning to reveal that fans might get more music than he originally planned. #MusicMondays for the next 10 weeks!
“Beliebers” can look forward to new tunes from the pop singer every Monday going into the month of December.
A report out of China finds that on a trip to the Great Wall of China this week, the 19-year-old Bieber was literally carried to the top of the massive monument on the shoulders of two burly bodyguards.
In the latest edition of Between Two Ferns, host Zach Galifianakis gets a chance to talk to Justin Bieber–or “Justin Beevers” as he’s addressed here–about the crazy things that have been going on in his life recently.
The twerking craze continues on Lil Twist’s new track, “Twerk” featuring Justin Bieber and twerkaholic Miley Cyrus.
This new track has Bieber and Jackson trading verses about a girl who dances to a beat all her own.
Justin Bieber can do anything. That’s one takeaway from a massive arena event like Wednesday night’s Newark, N.J. stop, on the 2013 edition of his Believe Tour.
Kenneth Hammond, chief officer for U.S. Customs and Border Protection in Detroit, told the Free Press that the singer was not on the bus during the search.