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Miami (AP) — Trial was delayed Wednesday until July for pop star Justin Bieber on driving under the influence and other charges after his lawyers asked for more time to examine evidence and discuss whether to accept a possible plea deal. Bieber attorney Roy Black initially asked for a 60-day delay from the previous May 5 trial date, but Miami-Dade County Judge William Altfield extended the postponement even further to July 7. "I want to give everyone plenty of time," Altfield said at a brief hearing. Bieber was not present. Prosecutors Daniel Diaz-Balart and Juan Perez said they had no objection to a trial delay. The 20-year-old singer was arrested Jan. 23 in Miami Beach after what police described as an illegal street drag race between Bieber's rented Lamborghini and a Ferrari driven by R&B singer Khalil Amir Sharieff. Neither was charged with drag racing, but both were charged with DUI. Bieber »
- Curt Anderson, AP
Tokyo (AP) — Justin Bieber apologized Wednesday to those he offended by visiting a Japanese war shrine, saying he thought it was a beautiful site and only a place of prayer. The Yasukuni Shrine in central Tokyo enshrines 2.5 million war dead, including Japan's 14 convicted war criminals, and operates a war museum that defends Japan's wartime aggression. It is a flashpoint between Japan and its neighbors that see the shrine as distinct from other Shinto-style establishments mainly honoring gods of nature. China and South Korea in particular see Yasukuni as a symbol of Japan's past militarism and consider Japanese officials' visits there as a lack of understanding or remorse over wartime history. Two images posted on Bieber's Instagram account were met with outrage from Chinese officials and by commenters on social media. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang said the pop star should remember China's position on Yasukuni. "I hope this Canadian singer, »
- Mari Yamaguchi, AP
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- TMZ Staff
Justin Bieber is making some adorable kids smile in Japan. The 20-year-old pop star, who is overseas with mom Patti Mallette and a friend, shared a rather heartwarming video from his time at an orphanage on Wednesday. "Love these kids!!" the Canadian singing sensation added on Instagram, along with the sweet short clip from his surprise appearance. A smiling Bieber can be seen giving some of the cute children high-fives and running around with the youngsters. "In Japan and Jb just randomly decided to show up at an orphanage and surprise some kids. #SoProud," Bieber's proud mama tweeted along with a Keek video. This sighting of Bieber comes on the heels of his visit to »
President Obama couldn’t have picked a worse time to visit Japan. Justin Bieber is there! The Bieb’s has already upstaged the president by inadvertently paying homage to a shrine to World War II era Japanese war criminals. President Obama was trying to show U.S. resolve by pledging to support Japan’s governance of some disputed islands off the coast of China. But who knew? ...Read More »
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- Alyse Whitney
Japanese war criminals would not have been Beliebers, Justin Bieber urges. On a tour of Tokyo, the troubled pop star visited the controversial Yasukuni Shrine. The memorial honors wartime dead, including criminals who committed atrocities during World War II. Also read: Justin Bieber Naked Jail Video to be Released Censored, Judge Rules Bieber Instagrammed a photo of his visit and captioned it, “Thank you for your blessings.” It received over 600,000 likes but spurred international outrage. Many of Bieber's Chinese and South Korean fans cried foul and called upon the star to recant his well-wishes for the shrine. Bieber took down the photo. »
- James Crugnale
Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift have taken their dispute over Justin Bieber to a new level. Gomez has started unfollowing her former celeb friends. At the top of that list? T-Swizzle, who has made it clear she is not happy that Gomez has gotten back together with Bieber. Meanwhile, Gomez has been deleting pictures of her besties, Kylie and Kendall. What the eff, Gomez?!
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Once again, Justin Bieber is making headlines for a photo he posted on Instagram. Luckily, this one has nothing to do with Anne Frank or urinating. It does, however, involve World War II. Intriguing, right?
While visiting Tokyo, the young Biebs paid a visit to the Yasukuni Shrine. As you may know, the Yasukuni Shrine is a big point of dispute between China and Japan, because it honors Japan’s fallen WWII soldiers — including those who committed major atrocities in Asia during the war. So when Bieber posted a photo of himself bowing his head at the entrance to the shrine with the caption, »
- Samantha Highfill
Justin Bieber's latest offense appears to have been an honest mistake. On Wednesday, the 20-year-old singer paid a visit to Toyko's Yasukuni Shrine, a controversial structure honoring Japanese criminals who committed horrific acts against China and other parts of Asia during World War II. The Biebs, seemingly unaware of its history, Instagrammed a photo of himself bowing before the shrine, writing, "Thank you for your blessings." But Justin, perhaps thanks to social media, quickly discovered the disturbing history of his roadside stop and why his Chinese fans would be upset with him for dropping by. He deleted his photo of the structure, putting up, instead, a screen grab of a Time article with the »
Justin Bieber blundered his way into one of the world's great geopolitical conflicts this week, paying tribute to some of Japan's most notorious World War II war criminals while visiting Tokyo. According to the popstar's Twitter and Instagram accounts, he dropped in on the city's notorious Yasukuni Shrine, a religious site that has been a constant source of high-level diplomatic dispute between China and Japan. Former military leaders from Japan's imperial army -- including 14 class-a war criminals who orchestrated mass atrocities in China and other areas of Asia during the Pacific War -- are believed to have their souls
- Patrick Brzeski, Clifford Coonan
Washington, Apr 23: Justin Bieber is seeking a delay in his trial, which was currently scheduled to begin next month, on Florida charges of driving under the influence, resisting arrest and driving with an expired license, it has been revealed.
The 20-year-old pop singer's lawyers filed a motion on Monday saying they need more time to prepare their case. Bieber's trial is set for May 5 in Miami, CBS News reported.
The motion says prosecutors do not oppose a delay. A scheduling hearing is set for Wednesday.
Bieber was arrested on Jan. 23 in Miami Beach after what police described as an illegal street drag race.. »
- Ketali Mehta
Justin Bieber has once again managed to offend people via social media ... this time posting a photo of himself visiting a controversial Japanese war shrine ... mistaking it for a place of prayer. Bieber posted (and then quickly deleted) the photo of himself and a friend standing in front of the Yasukuni Shrine, with the caption "Thank you for your blessings." Bieber removed the photo and tried to explain the snafu later, saying, "While in Japan »
- TMZ Staff
It's wedding season so that means we're asking the tough questions: how would you react if a famous face showed up at your wedding? Well, quite a few lucky couples got to find out when stars like Brad Pitt, Robert Pattinson, and even Queen Elizabeth II made surprise appearances at their nuptials over the years. Keep reading to see which A-listers have popped up during regular folks' big days. Source: Maidenhead Advertiser Brad Pitt Brad Pitt sort of crashed Abi and Daniel Lingwood's wedding September 2013 when he showed up at a hotel bar in Buckinghamshire, England, on Friday and ran into the newlyweds. The bride thought her husband was joking when he spotted him in the hotel, and the two couldn't pass up the opportunity to ask him for a photo. The actor is filming his latest film, Fury, nearby. Conan O'Brien Conan O'Brien showed up at the Atlanta wedding »
- Maria Mercedes Lara
Justin Bieber is in for one bad day. The 20-year-old pop star took to his Instagram account in the early hours of Wednesday morning, April 23, to apologize to fans after he made a stop at a controversial shrine in Japan this week. While in Tokyo, Bieber visited the city's Yasukuni Shrine -- a memorial that honors those who lost their lives during World War II, including war criminals and those who committed condemned acts. He posted a photo of himself in front of the shrine, writing [...] »
Widespread panic in the rap world -- the high-end cough syrup that's become the lean of choice for Justin Bieber, Soulja Boy, and Many other rap figures has officially been taken off the market ... all because of its reputation as a widely abused drug.A rep for Actavis -- famous for the highly-refined cough syrup -- tells TMZ, "Given [recent media attention], Actavis has made the bold and unprecedented decision to cease all production and sales of its Promethazine Codeine product. »
- TMZ Staff
Justin Bieber wants delay his DUI trial. The pop star's lawyers filed papers in Miami earlier today to postpone the upcoming trial stemming from his Jan. 23 arrest for failing a sobriety test and resisting arrest during a night out with friends and his father Jeremy Bieber, E! News has learned. Bieber's lawyers will meet with prosecutors and a Miami court judge tomorrow during a previously scheduled sounding. During the meeting, the judge will decide whether or not to reschedule the 20-year-old singer's May 5 trial date. The Biebs was arrested in the early hours of the morning on Jan. 23. He failed a sobriety test and was arrested. Later drug testing showed traces of marijuana and an anti-anxiety »
Khloé Kardashian isn't afraid to make fun of herself...or her famous family! The 29-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star guest hosted Chelsea Lately Monday, introducing herself as "the only Kardashian sister that Chelsea actually likes." She even celebrated momager Kris Jenner and stepdad Bruce Jenner's "awkward" 23rd wedding anniversary with look-alike dancers. She took a playful dig at Justin Bieber, first referencing reports that she's purchased the 20-year-old singer's Calabasas, Calif., home. "I'm not saying if that's true," she said, "but if it is, this marks the first time a neighborhood will be happy to see a Kardashian move »
Jon Hamm is not a Belieber. The Mad Men star, who covers the May 2014 issue of Men's Fitness, calls Justin Bieber a "s--thead" in his latest interview. "Look at Bieber or whoever," Hamm says of the 20-year-old pop star. "You're like, 'What the f--k, man? What are you doing? Why?' There's no one telling those people no, and it's a shame." Hamm, 43, was slightly more experienced at life when he went from struggling actor to middle-age heartthrob in 2007. The Golden Globe winner, who plays womanizing [...] »
Justin Bieber's former neighbor Keyshawn Johnson may have complained about the pop star's driving last year, but now it's the former NFL star suspected of being on the wrong side of the law. Sheriff's deputies responded to a Calabasas, Calif., residence early Monday morning regarding a possible spousal assault call for service, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Per authorities, when deputies arrived at the scene, Johnson and his ex-girlfriend appeared to be "involved in a domestic dispute." According to the Lasd, the "ensuing investigation" resulted in Johnson's arrest for misdemeanor domestic battery. The 41-year-old former Dancing With the »
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