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On May 25, 2012 By Nick Barry May 25, 2012
Could hoards of teenage girls suffering from “Bieber Fever” soon be felons? Last week, heart-throb Justin Bieber’s new flick, “Never Say Never,” climbed to an impressive #2 at the box office, furthering the star’s climb to the pop culture stratosphere. At an Orlando, Florida premier of the movie, however, things were not all rainbows [...]Continue Reading →
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Canadian FCC slams DJ and radio station for implying Justin Bieber is gay.
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Newest teen heartthrob Justin Bieber has been making headlines in the United States. After performing on the talk show circuit last week, he performed at the White House Easter Egg Roll over the weekend. Behind the scenes, however, his manager has been making headlines of his own. Scott “Scooter” Braun recently [...]Continue Reading →
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