Justin Bieber holds up a copy of his new book, “Justin Bieber: First Step 2 Forever,” as he arrives at Barnes & Noble Bookstore at the Grove in Los Angeles on Sunday afternoon (October 31).
The 16-year-old musician also just debuted his new, short music video of “Never Say Never” for the 2010 World Series. Check that out below!
Justin’s acoustic record will hit shelves in late November. Will you get his new record?
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Stepping out to be honored for his good deeds, Justin Bieber turned up at Variety’s 4th Annual Power of Youth event in Hollywood, CA on Sunday (October 24).
Dressed in a seasonally appropriate orange and black outfit, the “Baby” singer was in high spirits as he posed for pictures at the Paramount Studios venue.
Tweeting about the day’s outing, Bieber wrote, “getting ready to attend Power of Youth with @PencilsOfPromis here in LA. We can all make a difference”
A short while later, the 16-year-old pop sensation added, “heard there are a lot of kids at this event who havent had it easy. I know what that is like so i got some surprises”
As for the annual event, Variety’s Power of Youth is “an initiative that celebrates top young talent and their involvement with philanthropic and humanitarian causes, and encourages their fans around the world to get involved and give back too.”
Justin Bieber defies the laws of gravity as he kicks one of his backup dancers during his concert held at the Rogers Center in Vancouver on Tuesday night (October 19).
The 16-year-old musician tweeted his thanks to the city, “the #MyWorldTour is Back!! felt great to be back on stage. Vancouver thank u! next stop CALI….LET’s GO!! Vancouver thank u for your support tonight. WE BACK!!”
En route to the Vancouver airport, Justin and his team were pulled over for speeding and running a few red lights. Eek! No worries though, he made it to the airport and landed safely in Los Angeles.
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Check out the full movie poster of Justin Bieber’s upcoming 3D movie, Never Say Never!
Revealed piece by piece over Twitter, the final and full poster debuted on USA Today earlier this morning. WHAT DO YOU THINK OF IT?
Jon Chu, director of the flick, caught up with MTV to chat about the poster and movie: “It’s a really fascinating story, and it has a lot to do with our sort of digital lifestyle now. He was able to do what corporations try to do now when they use YouTube, and they don’t even know what to do with it yet. It’s a pretty cool story for our time. [It’s] a movie for his fans, a movie for people who don’t know him, and we’re gonna tell the underdog story of where he came from,” he shared.
Justin is also pictured below arriving in Vancouver and meeting up with his dad, Jeremy.
Justin Bieber: Never Say Never hits theaters in February 2011.
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