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Justin Bieber Performs Country Version Of 'Boyfriend' In Cafe – Video

The Canadian star can be seen changing the rhythm and the sound of his smash hit single for the impromptu rendition.

Justin Bieber has released video footage of himself performing an acoustic country rendition of his hit single 'Boyfriend'.

The 'Never Say never' singer can be seen sat in a café with a guitarist as he alters his voice and rhythm of the song to adopt the country genre.

The Canadian even lets out a huge "yee-haw" much to the amusement of his entourage during the impromptu performance.

Justin is currently in New Zealand alongside his girlfriend Selena Gomez and the two even visited a children's hospital in Auckland earlier this week to surprise patients.

The singer has also promised that he will be making a "big announcement" this weekend as he continues his 'Believe' promotional tour around Australia and New Zealand.

You can watch Justin Bieber performing a country rendition of his hit single 'Boyfriend' HERE.

Meanwhile, the singer is also soon expected to unveil the music video for his new single 'As Long As You Love Me ' after the director Anthony Madler teased a still from the promo showing the star sporting a bloody nose and lip.

Source: Capital FM

On the cover: Justin Bieber becomes a man

He's ready to be a grown-up superstar, if only those million of screaming girls would let him think

Justin Bieber appears on the cover of Rolling Stone for the second time in the issue that hits newsstands this Friday, July 20th. The cover story, written by Josh Eells, shadows the teen sensation for a week as he battles paparazzi at a Los Angeles golf course, appears on the The Tonight Show, hits the studio and much more.  Bieber is only 18, but he says he feels like he's become significantly more mature over the last couple of years. "I feel like I carry myself in a more manly way," he says. "I don't carry myself as a boy."

Some highlights from the story:

• Midway through a golf game at a private country club, Bieber and his entourage are confronted by paparazzi. Bieber responds by taking out his nine-iron and hitting a golf ball at them. He later tells an employee at the club that "we'll probably never play here again."

• His manager Scooter Braun addresses concerns that Bieber's relationship with Selena Gomez will lessen his appeal with tween fans. "Personally, I think that's all a bunch of bullshit," Braun says. "Yes, there's gonna be some girls that if they see him with a girlfriend, it kills the dream – but there's also gonna be girls that see him with a girlfriend, hear about the romantic things he does and want him even more."

Source: Rolling Stone

Inside Justin Bieber's Rolling Stone Cover Shoot

Justin Bieber was in full heartthrob mode when he met up with photographer Mark Seliger in Malibu to shoot his new Rolling Stone cover, on newsstands Friday, July 20th. In this behind-the-scenes footage from the shoot, the 18-year-old enjoys the California sun and goofs around with Seliger.

It's Bieber's second time on the cover of Rolling Stone – he first graced the cover in 2011. The year since has been a busy one for Bieber, whose new LP Believe scored the best debut week of any album released in 2012 so far, selling 374,000 copies. This fall, he'll hit the road for a massive arena tour with opener and protégé, Carly Rae Jepsen. Not to mention, he just graduated high school.

Come back to RollingStone.com tomorrow for more from Justin Bieber's new Rolling Stone cover.

Source: Rolling Stone


Justin Bieber: 'I'm An Attentive Boyfriend'

Justin Bieber says he is an attentive boyfriend who is always complimentary to his girlfriend Selena Gomez, making sure to do the 'little things' women appreciate.

Teen heart throb Justin Bieber has told fans he is a loving and caring boyfriend, who never takes anything about his girlfriend Selena Gomez for granted.

The 18 year-old's single 'Boyfriend' promises:

"If I was your boyfriend/ I'd never let you go/ Keep you on my arm girl/ You'd never be alone/ I can be a gentleman/ Anything you want".

And he's staying true to his word!

According to Contactmusic, Bieber thinks it's important to notice any small changes his girlfriend makes to her appearance and always tries to pay her compliments.

He told Rolling Stone magazine: ''I make sure to do the little things, like noticing when they get their hair done or when they change their nail color.

Also saying things all the time - like, 'You're very pretty,' 'You're gorgeous,' things like that.''

In the interview, Justin's manager Scooter Braun dismissed speculation that the 'Baby' hitmaker's high-profile relationship is damaging to his career, insisting it makes him more desirable to fans as they get to hear about his romantic side.

He said: ''Personally, I think that [speculation] is all a bunch of bulls**t. Yes, there's gonna be some girls that if they see him with a girlfriend, it kills the dream - but there's also gonna be girls that see him with a girlfriend, hear about the romantic things he does and want him even more.''

The teen sensation also told Rolling Stone that he believes it's right to wait until you're in love before having sex with someone.

Justin and Selena were pictured making a visit to sick children today (19th July), holding hands as they left the Starship Children's Hospital in Auckland, New Zealand.

Shortly before his visit, Justin tweeted: ''Do something nice for someone else today. ''U know your truth...do it for the right reasons. (sic)''

Sickly sweet or flat out romantic, we can't decide. What do you think?

Source: Entertainmentwise


Bieber fever is worse than measles, according to actual science

Bieber fever is more infectious than measles, a new study suggests.

The study found that the hysteria over singer Justin Bieber has the ability to spread effortlessly to children all over the world, with no signs of stopping.

The work was conducted by University of Ottawa masters student Valerie Tweedle and her professor, Robert J. Smith? (he added the question mark to separate himself from all the other Bob Smiths out there). Tweedle and the questionable (heh) professor used formulas to predict the spread of diseases and found that Bieber fever is the most contagious modern disease.

Symptoms of Bieber fever include uncontrollable crying and/or screaming, excessive purchasing of memorabilia, distraction from everyday life and making poor life choices, like copying Bieber’s famous side-swept hairstyle.

The researchers say that the disease has to ability to infect and re-infect a generation of children — and that it won’t stop any time soon.

Tweedle and Smith? say that the only predictable end to the Fever would be the Lindsay Lohan effect, or sustained negative publicity.

“Through constant exposure, Bieber fever has incubated and spread. Millions are already infected, with more at risk every day. Action is urgently needed,” the authors say.

Despite the overdramatics, the authors say they recognize that Bieber fever isn’t an actual disease.

“Obviously it’s not formally a disease, but it has the hallmarks of a disease,” Smith? says about The Fever. “And so it behaves the way a disease would.”

During a recent trip to a friend’s elementary school classroom, Smith? found that all but one of the nine-year-old students liked Bieber. Similarly, while on a trip to Senegal to teach students from all over Africa, he found that all students knew Bieber there as well.

“We do all have this common language now,” Smith? says. “We all speak Bieber.”

Source: The National Post
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