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justin bieber candid autographed picture

Mike Lerner (Justin’s photographer) is auctioning off a candid autographed picture of Justin (above) in the studio on eBay. The current bid is $100 and all the proceeds to go Pencils of Promises. Bid here until May 16th, 2012.

“To celebrate the premiere of the ‘Boyfriend’ video, here’s a scene that never made the final cut. Me and @justinbieber”

justin bieber car signing stratford

Frank Sandoli who owns the Hyundai dealership in Stratford knows Justin’s grandfather Dale. When he found out that Justin was gonna be in Stratford for the Christmas holiday, he got JB’s grandfather to arrange a meeting with Justin in order to get him to sign the dashboard of a brand new Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0. The goal is to auction off the car on eBay for $40,000 to raise money to renovate the Downie Street Skate Park in Stratford where Justin and his friends used to skate.


STRATFORD, Ont. — It costs US$5,500 to walk in teen pop sensation Justin Bieber’s shoe.

Bieber fever seemed to break today as a sneaker worn by the Stratford, Ont., pop sensation was snapped up on eBay.

Bieber donated a pair of purple Nikes to Stratford Northwestern Secondary School to help his former school raise money for a broadcasting and communications studio.

Teacher Keith Edwards says the school is thrilled the shoe sold but notes the “price really plummeted in the last day.”

Bids came in from around the world and at one point reached $12,400, but school officials say it turned out some weren’t legitimate.

It’s not yet known who bought the scuffed, size 7 1/2 right shoe, which has gravel in the tread and dirt on the side, is autographed and comes with a letter of authenticity.



A single lock of Justin Bieber’s newly-shorn hair is being auctioned off for charity and bids had reached $6,700 on eBay early on Thursday.

The 16-year-old Canadian pop idol cut his trademark floppy hair earlier this week, and presented one of the locks to TV talk show host Ellen DeGeneres.

“I’m giving pieces of it to different people,” Bieber told DeGeneres. “We’re doing something special. We want you to donate it to whatever charity you want.”

DeGeneres put the hair, placed in a Plexiglas box signed by Bieber, up for auction on Wednesday with all the proceeds to benefit the California animal rescue organization The Gentle Barn.

Bidding started at $10 and quickly reached $6,700. The auction will end on March 2.

Bieber’s hair stylist told People magazine that the “Baby” singer had been talking for months about cutting his hair and adopting a more mature look.

“Cutting your hair is just part of the evolution and growing process for anyone, and I think he was just ready,” stylist Vanessa Price told the magazine. “We’ve been talking about it over the last 6 months or so — more or less, it’s definitely been in the works for a while.”