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cody simpson copies justin bieber 2011

Justin Bieber’s manager Scooter Braun has just signed Cody Simpson to a worldwide management deal.

Obviously, this is big news for the fourteen-year-old artist’s career; Simpson was discovered via YouTube as labels scrambled to discover the next Justin Bieber.

The Australian teen also came in at number 13 on Billboard’s 21 Under 21: Music’s Hottest Minors for 2011:

21. Miley Cyrus
20. Miguelito
19. One Direction
18. Porter Robinson
17. HyunA
16. Mindless Behavior
15. Greyson Chance
14. Willow Smith
13. Cody Simpson
12. II Volo
11. Lex Luger
10. Victoria Justice
9. Rye Rye
8. Nick Jonas
7. Demi Lovato
6. Mac Miller
5. Jackie Evancho
4. Scotty McCreery
3. Selena Gomez
2. Tyler, The Creator
1. Justin Bieber


Read: Cody Simpson copies Justin Bieber?


Royalties over the hit Justin Bieber song “One Less Lonely Girl” are the subject of a new lawsuit filed by a pair of artist managers who claim they were stiffed by EMI Music Publishing, LA Reid Music Publishing Company, and their clients, Sean Hamilton and Hyuk Shin.

Vance Tate and Thomas Oliveria claim in a lawsuit filed last week that they represent songwriters Hamilton and Shin, who collectively go under the moniker, A-Rex.

In 2008, A-Rex created a song, “One Less Lonely Girl,” meant for a project by R&B singer Noel Gourdin, and then shopped around. The song eventually found its way onto Justin Bieber’s first album the following year and is credited as a collaboration between R&B superstar Usher, Hamilton, Shin, and two other individuals.

Tate and Oliveria claim they are entitled to 10% of publishing royalties associated with A-Rex’s share of the song. The plaintiffs estimate that’s worth at least $200,000 and are seeking damages for breach of contract, fraud, conversion, and copyright infringement.

Since the song was first introduced by Bieber, with an accompanying music video, the song title has become a slogan of sorts for his adoring teenage girl fan base. The singer has sold scarfs and red roses branded with “One Less Lonely Girl.”

Explaining the song’s concept, Bieber told MTV News, “I think it’s really important these girls have something so they can be one less lonely girl.”


They forgot aobut OPI’s “One Less Only Girl” nail polish collection.

This is the 2nd JB song that’s in court. There is also another fight right now between Christina Milian and her ex-husband The Dream over royalties for Justin’s biggest hit “Baby”.

Justin’s helping everybody make so much money. And in “everybody” I mean Scooter and Usher 😉



Justin Bieber’s management has made the decision not to allow the heartthrob to perform at concert venues without seats, for fears his fans will get crushed.

The Never Say Never star’s team rejects any concert halls where fans are allowed to stand together at the front of the stage, in order to avoid young fans getting hurt.

Justin’s bodyguard Kenneth Hamilton explained the decision to Rolling Stone magazine: “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.”

They made sure that all arenas on Justin’s My World Tour of the UK, which stars in Birmingham on 4 March, were all-seated venues.


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Justin Bieber mom Pattie is upset with manager Scooter Braun

Justin Bieber’s mother believes she’s being cut out of his career and has spent the past week looking to hire a lawyer to represent her interests, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.

While Bieber has dominated headlines the past few days because of an incident with another boy while playing laser tag, behind the scenes a far more contentious battle is brewing.

Pattie Mallette believes she’s been pushed too far out of Justin’s career – to the point where she never read her son’s autobiography until it came out, one source familiar with the situation told RadarOnline.com.

In addition, when Justin’s team announced he was launching a nail polish line, his mother had no idea.

“No one in Justin’s camp told her or consulted her,” the source said. “She found out about it by reading it in the press.”

Pattie is so upset she’s looking for a lawyer to represent her interests.

“She doesn’t want anyone to think she’s after her son’s money – and she’s not,” a source said. “But she hasn’t bought clothes for herself in two years! She flies coach. Her son writes an autobiography and no one even shows it to her.

“It’s ridiculous. And Pattie is really tormented over it.”

Scott “Scooter” Braun is Justin’s manager and the man credited with discovering the star, who grew up in Ontario, Canada. Braun denied that Pattie is unhappy over the situation with Justin and told RadarOnline.com: “There are no truth to rumors that Justin’s mom is unhappy. She worked and co-operated on his autobiography.”

But people close to Pattie say Braun is unaware that she has been looking for a lawyer to represent her interests. And in terms of the autobiography they say it’s just one of many Bieber projects that Braun controls with very, very little or absolutely no input from Pattie.

“She’s in a tough position,” one source said of Pattie. “She feels that she’s being cut out of her son’s business life by the people around him. She doesn’t know what to do. It was a big step for her to finally go out and look for a lawyer for herself.

“Now we’ll see if she follows through.”


Twitter played a huge part in Justin’s instinct rise to fame in a very short time period but is Justin the only person behind his tweets?

I have long suspected for a while now that Justin, like other celebrities, is not the only person behind his tweets despite Scooter’s claim that he forces Justin to spend 2 hours on Twitter each day in order to stay connected with his fans. That might have been true early on in his career when he had plenty of free time but I personally do not believe this is completely true anymore.

Justin is now one of the biggest celebrities who is extremely busy with appearances, rehearsals, concerts, and a million other things that we (the stalkerish fansite blog that we are) are not even aware of (recording new music, time with family and friends, etc) that I find it extremely hard to believe that he himself makes all those tweets, which if you closely look at the time of the tweets, must mean he has no real sleeping schedule as the tweets occur at all times of the day.

So after seeing this sound check video taken in LA, I’m now absolutely convinced that JB is not the only person behind his tweets. At 2:46 into the video, a fan asked him “What is your favorite part about the party on wheels?” to which he replied “Party on wheels? What’s that? I’ve never heard of that expression.

Well, if JB never heard of that expression, and if he was the only one tweeting from his twitter account, then how does he explain, not just one, but the two following tweets:

And the party on wheels keeps Rollin… via Twitterrific

City of Angels…I will see u soon…and the party on wheels continues. via web

Ok the second tweet might have happened after the sound check question but the first tweet happened on July 2. A person who has not heard of an expression before will not use it in their tweets, and if he did use it there is no way he would have had absolutely no clue what it meant when the question was asked.

There you have it my friends, Justin is not the only person behind his tweets. Doesn’t make him any less of the sexy and talented Canuck that I know and love. <3

You heard it here first.




From Susana:

Justin Bieber’s Manager Scooter gave us tickets to Justin’s SOLD OUT show on July 20, 2010 BEST DAY EVER! They were outside of his tour bus wearing Superman shirts. Video of what happened under.


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Justin Bieber fans flock to his Twitter page to find out what the teen superstar is tweeting about each day. But is Justin really the person tweeting to his 3,500,000-plus followers?

It’s no secret that some busy stars have their employees posting on Twitter. So, we’d hate to think that Justin has been outsourcing his tweets.

Justin’s followers can breathe a sigh of relief, because his manager says tweeting is a daily priority for Justin.

“If he’s not on his Twitter, I’ll call him and say: ‘Get on it,'” Scott Braun told the Scotsman. “As long as he keeps communicating with his fans, he can address any rumour directly because he’s speaking to them.”