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ENTERTAINMENT
November 16, 2013 | By Mikael Wood
"At the end of the day, it comes down to a young man in a room writing a song. " So claims one of Justin Bieber's associates in a trailer for the pop singer's new concert film, to which Pop & Hiss says: Come on, now. The songs matter, certainly, and Bieber's written or sung plenty of great ones, including several in his so-called Music Mondays series, in which he's releasing a new tune every week through next month. ("PYD," a promising -- and evidently Michael Jackson-inspired -- collaboration with R. Kelly, is due Sunday at midnight.)
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NEWS
November 23, 2011 | By Amina Khan, Los Angeles Times / For the Booster Shots blog
Justin Bieber has said on ABC's "The View" that he's taken a DNA test to show that he's not the father of Mariah Yeater's child -- even though Yeater has withdrawn the paternity suit against the "Baby" singer. “I didn't have to do it, I did it because I wanted to,” he said on the show . “I wanted everything to be out in the open.” That attitude seems in line with the message from companies offering DNA tests. According to an article by The Times'  Karen Kaplan , one company offered a Father's Day discount, suggesting that "a paternity test can be 'a gift of peace of mind.'" Nicely spun.
BUSINESS
November 5, 2013 | By Salvador Rodriguez
What do you do when you have millions and millions of Twitter followers? One option is to fund your very own social network. Teenage pop star Justin Bieber, the second-most popular person on Twitter with 46.5 million followers, has reportedly led a $1.1-million round of funding for RockLive, a San Francisco tech company that plans to launch a new social network this week. The social network will be called Shots of Me and will focus on teenagers, according to Fortune . WATCH: Unboxing the Google Nexus 5 smartphone [Video chat]
ENTERTAINMENT
September 26, 2011
A roundup of entertainment headlines for Monday: Justin Bieber borrowed Staples Center for a date with Selena Gomez. They ate stake and watched "Titanic. " ( TMZ ) "The Lion King's" Simba and Mufasa reigned over "Moneyball's" Brad Pitt and "Abduction's" Taylor Lautner at the box office. ( Los Angeles Times ) Funk music icon Sly Stone is reportedly homeless, on the lam and living (and recording) out of a van in Los Angeles. ( New York Post ) Lady Gaga spoke out against bullying and honors suicide victim Jamey Rodemeyer at the I Heart Radio concerts in Las Vegas.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 7, 2013 | By Nardine Saad
Does Justin Bieber's mom want her son and Selena Gomez to get back together? In an appearance on the "Today" show Thursday, Pattie Mallette hit the morning talk show to promote her film "Crescendo I" about Beethoven's mother's attempted abortion. But the conversation eventually turned to her 18-year-old pop star son and his very public relationship with Disney star Selena Gomez. "Everybody watches his personal life, we know about this relationship with Selena. I don't know if moms  get a vote, but are you hoping they keep it going?"
ENTERTAINMENT
February 26, 2014 | By Christie D'Zurilla
See Justin Bieber walk to the left. See Justin Bieber walk to the right. See Justin Bieber doing all this walking while wearing a pair of hideous orange shoes we can only hope are jailhouse issue. "Scared Straight" it ain't - new video footage out Wednesday is more like a sneaky treat for people who really love or really hate the Biebs.  Miami Beach authorities released about 10 hours of surveillance video showing Bieber at a Miami-Dade County jail after being arrested Jan. 23 on suspicion of DUI, resisting arrest without force and driving without a valid license.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 30, 2013 | By Richard Winton
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department continued to investigate allegations that Justin Bieber threatened and spat on a Calabasas neighbor, officials said. The neighbor filed a battery complaint, and the sheriff's department will decide whether there is enough evidence to ask prosecutors to file charges against the pop star. It's unclear when a decision will be made. Sheriff's detectives are also looking into complaints that Bieber and his entourage drove at excessive speeds through his neighborhood, authorities said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 28, 2013 | By Joseph Serna and Richard Winton
A battery investigation involving a neighbor, walking shirtless through airports and hotels, and donning a gas mask on London streets, it's all a part of being young and making mistakes, Justin Bieber says. In an interview with Us Weekly , the 19-year-old pop star chalks up some of his recent public missteps to youthful inexperience. “I'm young and I make mistakes. That's a part of growing up,” Bieber said. “I mess up sometimes. It's part of growing up.” Despite his age, Beiber is facing a very adult situation: an investigation that he battered his Calabasas neighbor.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 23, 2011
A roundup of entertainment headlines for Wednesday. Justin Bieber talks paternity suit with David Letterman: "I could smell a weasel. " ( TMZ ) This year's "Dancing With the Stars" winner is... ( Los Angeles Times ) "Breaking Bad's" Bryan Cranston is appearing with Annette Bening in a special stage presentation of "It's a Wonderful Life. " Merry Christmas, meth lab! Merry Christmas, drug den! ( Los Angeles Times ) They may be forgotten to a lot of people, but downtown L.A.'s movie palaces are still important to the film industry.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 22, 2011
Justin Bieber got his hair cut. The locks have gone to charity. Let's hope they are used to solve humanity's ills. ( TMZ ) But never fear, the old Bieber will still be on view in the 40 new minutes of "Never Say Never" going into theaters next week. ( Los Angeles Times ) How real is the documentary "Exit Through the Gift Shop"? ( Los Angeles Times ) The United Nations is asking Hollywood to add more global warming story lines into its movies. Perhaps they'll settle for more movies featuring Martin Lawrence dressing like an old woman to evade bad guys.
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