On not being able to trust people in the entertainment industry:
“I mean, I keep my guard up a lot, because you know, you can’t trust anyone in this business. That’s what’s sad. You can’t trust anybody. I learned the hard way.”
On not being a big drinker:
“For me, it’s just like, I like to be in control of myself. I mean, I’ve had a beer, like, before … but I never get out of control.”
On his style sense:
“I’m 18 years old and I’m a swaggy adult.”
On Kim Kardashian:
“People say she doesn’t do anything; she actually does do stuff…. She works hard.”
I got some hate from a couple of die-hard Beliebers who didn’t believe me when I said that Justin drinks alcohol with The Wanted saying how I twist stories that are not true. see? JB admitted it himself! 😛 He’s 18, of course he drinks.
These are not all the pictures of the GQ photoshoot. Expect more hot pics to come out soon. You can read the full interview at GQ.
Bruno Mars and Justin Bieber aren’t just multi-platinum singers — they’re also snappy dressers. Both stars are among the musicians who’ve made GQ’s list of the 30 Most Stylish Young Men in Hollywood, along with Joe Jonas, Nick Jonas and Darren Criss.
The magazine calls Bruno, who came in at #30 on the list, “a master of throwback style,” saying he’s “one part Elvis, one part Sinatra, one part R&B charmer.” As for the Bieb, in at #9, the magazine says, “His taste is about as lux as you can get: YSL brooches, Watanabe varsity jackets [and] custom-made motorcycle jackets in powder blue.” GQ also notes, “Sure, he has the occasional miss, but he’s mopping the floor with most other kids who just exited puberty.”
Nick Jonas is #6 on the list, and GQ says he “looks like a movie star” with his “leather jackets and slinky tees.” His bro Joe is #4, and the mag hails him for being an “early adopter of the jean-jacket-under-a-blazer thing that’s blowing up.” They also give him props for rocking “the gutsiest suits on the planet: white, plaid, purple striped — you name it.”
As for #1 stunner Darren Criss of Glee, GQ says, “No one comes correct and with more variety…Bow ties, trim suits in gutsy shades, saddle shoes, smart casual attire—there’s no look or flourish he can’t pull off.”