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Justin Bieber's new hairstyle 2011Justin Bieber is so keen to discourage his fans from drinking that he has banned alcohol from his hotel room.

The 17-year-old is heading for Dublin next week for his world tour and is believed to have asked for all booze to be removed from the minibar to set a good example.

According to Hollywire, he requested that ‘all alcohol be removed and the minibar to remain locked at all times’.

A source explained: ‘He’s very strict about having alcohol anywhere near him. Justin thinks even having it in the room sends out the wrong signal to fans.’



Justin Bieber wears a pair of purple shades while performing at his concert on Friday (March 4) at the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham, England.

“[G]lad to be back on tour. missed all of my beautiful fans,” the 17-year-old singer tweeted.

Justin will be performing again at the NIA on Saturday night (March 5) before heading to Ireland and then jetting back to the United Kingdom for some more shows.

Check out his full schedule on JustinBieberMusic.com!

See more photos of  Justin Bieber performing in Birmingham..

Source: JustJaredJr.

The #MyWorldTour is back! Justin looks too cute with his new haircut and his brand new My World performance outfit. Can’t wait to see vids from upcoming concerts from the UK! 🙂 – Ash @BiebsCutiex3


Justin Bieber's new haircut

Justin Bieber shocked the world today as he chopped up his signature ‘do! Some may be in mourning over his lessening of locks, while others may be celebrating the fresh look — We can see his those big brown puppy dog eyes! So we want to know, are you a Belieber in the JB 2011 ‘do?

JB finally Tweeted to fans tonight, confirming his decision to cut!

“yeah so it’s true…i got a lil haircut…i like it…and we are giving all the hair cut to CHARITY to auction. Details coming soon” he Tweeted.

Looks like one lucky Belieber will get to own the 16-year-old pop singing sensation’s coveted locks.

His hairstylist, Vanessa Price Tweeted, “Ladies and gentlemen…@justinbieber 2011!!” with a picture of her masterpiece!

Vanessa is the only one allowed to touch the sacred Bieber mane.

JB told TMZ Live today that the monumental cut marked a “kind of a mature look.”

Source: Ok! Magazine

More pictures of Justin’s new hair at TMZ.

My personal opinion, I really like it. It’s definitely going to take some getting use to, especially the fact that he won’t be shaking his hair ever 5 seconds, but it looks good:) Makes him look more mature :p – Ash


Just in: Justin Bieber movie news!

Paramount’s Insurge Pictures today announced plans to release a special Justin Bieber: Never Say Never Director’s Fan Cut, a revamped version of the star’s movie, for an exclusive one-week run beginning Friday in 3D theaters across the U.S. and Canada.

Director Jon M. Chu and the studio began to develop an idea for a second, and more fan-centric, edition of the movie, while the first one was being made. “I realized I had an embarrassment of riches when I was I in the cutting room,” said Chu in a release.

He then spent dozens of hours on Twitter and Facebook engaging with fans to learn more about what they were most anxious to see. Some scenes contained in the new cut include: more of Justin’s friends and hometown life, new songs and performances, and special footage shot at premieres across the country.

The new fan cut will have a running time of 115 minutes.

Source: USA Today


Justin Bieber can no longer perform at concert venues without seats for fear of fans being seriously injured.

Bieber fans have forced the ‘Never Say Never’ singer’s management to put their foot down and refuse to book the star at any arenas or other venues with standing-room only space.

Bieber’s bodyguard, Kenneth Hamilton, recently told Rolling Stone that he fears for some of the young fans’ safety, saying “You’ve got a mob pushing, and even if it’s little girls, they’re crawling on top of each other with their arms and elbows, and getting injured.”

Safety and security issues regarding fans’ ‘fever’ for Bieber have been an issue for quite some time. Last April, a Bieber concert in Sydney was cancelled after fans broke down a crowd barrier and stampeded forward, crushing young fans against the stage.
In December, Bieber had to stop a fan fight in Pittsburgh, after several girls fought over a towel he threw into the audience.

Bieber has even had his own brushes with fans and had to escape on a segway from a mob of girls chasing him before a concert last summer in Glendale, Ariz. Most recently, over-zealous fans became frantic, even sending death threats, when Grammy winner Esperanza Spalding beat out Bieber in the Best New Artist category. His rumored girlfriend, singer Selena Gomez, has also received similar threats from fans via Twitter.

The new restriction may also put an end to some of Bieber’s smaller appearances, including CD signings, which the artist has cancelled in the past for security reasons.

Management has reportedly confirmed all seated venues for Bieber’s upcoming My World tour in Europe, which kicks off in the UK on March 4.

Source:  Popeater


In a full-page ad in the New York Times, record executive Steve Stoute criticized the Grammy Awards over the weekend, saying the show has become “a series of hypocrisies and contradictions.” Stoute was particularly critical of Grammy voters snubbing Kanye West, Eminem and Justin Bieber, while those popular artists are invited to perform on the show. A request for comment from the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences was not immediately returned.

Of Beiber, who lost the Best New Artist award to jazz singer Esperanza Spalding, Stoute said, “How is it that Justin Bieber, an artist that defines what it means to be a modern artist, did not win Best New Artist?” Millions of Beliebers have asked the same question.

Source: WSJ.com


Paramount’s Justin Bieber: Never Say Never retained more heat than expected in its second weekend, and will jump the $50 million mark by the end of the long President’s Day holiday.

Directed by Jon M. Chu, Never Say Never grossed an estimated $13.6 million from 3,118 theaters between Friday and Sunday, bringing the film’s cume to $48.5 million in its first 10 days, according to Rentrak.

The hybrid biopic-concert film fell only 54% — compared to a 70% decline for Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Tour in its second weekend. And on Saturday, the Bieber picture was down only 48% from a week earlier.

On Monday — a holiday — Never Say Never is expected to gross north of $3 million, upping its total weekend gross to nearly $17 million for a domestic cume of around $51 million.

Hannah Montana grossed $10.3 million in its second weekend, a non-holiday. That film’s final domestic cume was $65.3 million.

Never Say Never should easily hit $60 million, and has a strong shot at $65 million.

Bieber Fever helps to brand Paramount’s Insurge Pictures, a division designed to turn out low-budget films that have a strong social media component (it’s already stuff of legend how Bieber was discovered through his YouTube videos). Never Say Never cost $13 million to produce, including the 3D component.

Paramount still hasn’t said whether it will release an updated version of Never Say Never in theaters next weekend, a maverick move designed to encourage repeat business.

Chu has been working on the director’s cut, in between traveling to Paris and London last week for the premieres of Never Say Never.

Source: Hollywood Reporter