Justin Bieber is a Canadian pop singer whose become a worldwide teen sensation. Justin began his professional career on YouTube, where he was discovered by his future manager, Scooter Braun. Braun flew Bieber to Atlanta, Georgia, where he consulted with Usher and soon signed a record deal with Island.
He’s been trying to turn his life around for the better, but Justin Bieber still feels like most of the world is working against him these days.
During his interview on the Elvis Duran Z100 Morning Show this week, the “One Less Lonely Girl” crooner discussed his controversial past- “I mean, maybe I’m a bad influence, but for me I was like, ‘No, I’m going to do this until I feel like I shouldn’t be doing this.’ Maybe I was wrong, but that’s how I learn, and I feel like I’m much better for it.”
Fans were devastated when Justin Bieber announced he had to pull out of the UK’s Fusion Festival earlier this week, and Ed Sheeran heard the call to step in and make it all better.
The “Don’t” singer/songwriter has agreed to headline the gig and on Thursday (August 6) he tweeted, “I know I said Wembley was my last UK show of this tour but my mate had a cancellation on his festival so I’m filling in last minute. It’s called Fusion fest, it’s in Birmingham, and it’s on the 28th of August, this is the last booked UK show of the X tour. No more after. Tickets are still available online, see you there x.”
He’s been gradually rebuilding his public image over the past year, but Justin Bieber may have hit a snag after cancelling his performance at the Fusion Festival in the UK on August 28th.
On Tuesday (August 4), the “One Less Lonely Girl” singer announced the bad news via Twitter and fans didn’t seem too thrilled. Justin wrote, “To all my UK beliebers… Due to an unforeseen issue I will be unable to perform at the Fusion Festival on August 28th. I support the Prince’s Trust wholeheartedly and I am deeply disappointed I won’t be able to perform. I look forward to the opportunity to give my UK beliebers a great show in the near future, and hope to honor my commitment to the Trust at that time. Thank the prince’s trust for their understanding and I don’t take moving any show lightly. I will see u soon UK. And now the Uk press will start to tear me apart. Comes with the job. Love u guys regardless and I will make this up to you.”
It’s been too long since we’ve heard new music from Justin Bieber, and on Wednesday morning (July 29) he dropped by “On Air with Ryan Seacrest” to announce the drought is almost over.
The “As Long As You Love Me” crooner stated that his next single will drop in one month and is titled “What Do You Mean?” “Girls are often flip-floppy. They say something and they mean something else. So … what do you mean? I don’t really know, that’s why I’m asking.”