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Battle of the bad boys?
“I’ll tell you this: There is some s— that Aj and I both did that I’m really glad that social media wasn’t around for,” Carter, 37, said. “Because Justin Bieber couldn’t hold a candle to what we did.”
Bieber has had his fair share of run-ins with the law. He was arrested in 2014 for DUI and »
- Char Adams
Justin Bieber is getting reflective at 23 years old.
The Purpose singer took to Instagram on his birthday on Wednesday with a sweet throwback picture, along with a heartfelt message for how he's hoping to change in the next year.
"It's my birthday and all I want is to be a better friend, better brother, better son and and better man," Bieber wrote.
Always good to focus on self improvement!
It wasn't all reflection for Bieber though, who also celebrated his big day with an Atv, sharing a picture to Instagram, writing, "Got some air on my bday."
Watch: Justin Bieber Posts Sad Video: ‘Now I Don’t Even Have a Valentine’
Meanwhile, Bieber's manager, Scooter Braun, wished him well, tweeting, "To another 23 years...keep shining your light onto the world . #jb23 #mybrother happy birthday @justinbieber."
Happy birthday »
While appearing on the Allegedly podcast with Theo Von & Matthew Cole Weiss to discuss his new Ep LøVë, Carter teased Bieber and his manager Scooter Braun, saying, “I hope you’re enjoying my pavement.”
In a 2015 interview with Billboard, Bieber’s attorney Aaron Rosenberg was asked how the pop star did “not turn into Aaron Carter?” In response, Rosenberg said, “I have a speech that I give to clients called the five F’s to staying grounded in this business: family, »
- Lindsay Kimble
If there’s one thought that I know for a fact Justin Bieber did not have when he woke up this morning it was, “Man, I better step up my game because if I don’t watch myself, Aaron Carter’s going to dethrone me.” However, that’s not what Aaron Carter would tell you. According to TMZ Aaron’s adamant he not only laid the groundwork for teenage Biebs to become a superstar, but hints his new music should have Justin and his manager, Scooter Braun, feeling petrified. Aaron opened up about the beef on Matt Weiss and Theo Von’s “Allegedly” podcast — and
- Nat Berman
[[tmz:video id="0_tytna8dj"]] Aaron Carter's now a threat to Justin Bieber ... so says Aaron Carter. Aaron's adamant he not only laid the groundwork for teenage Biebs to become a superstar, but hints his new music should have Justin and his manager, Scooter Braun, feeling petrified. Aaron opened up about the beef on Matt Weiss and Theo Von's "Allegedly" podcast -- and said it goes back to 2015 when Justin's attorney said he helped Bieber avoid Aaron-esque career mistakes. »
- TMZ Staff
Former pint-sized pop sensation Justin Bieber has had his fair share of ups and downs during his time in the spotlight, many of which have played out on awards show stages.
Some outlets are reporting that the star, who’s up for four awards, won’t be making an appearance at Sunday’s 59th Annual Grammy Awards. To help shed some light on his attitude toward the night of music industry honors, we’re taking a look back at some of his most significant ceremony moments.
Exploding onto the awards show scene.
The pop star attended his first ever MTV »
- Lydia Price
Kardashian West, 36, returned to Los Angeles on Friday and a source tells People she went on to spend the whole weekend with West, 39, and their two kids: daughter North, 3, and son Saint, 14 months.
The couple hadn’t seen each other in at least eight days, as Kardashian West had spent several days in Costa Rica enjoying a family vacation with the rest of the Kardashian-Jenner crew while West remained at home in L.A. The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star then flew straight to New York City, »
- Aurelie Corinthios
PepsiCo is hitting the slopes at the Sundance Film Festival, hoping to find projects that can help it better sell soda, chips, and energy drinks, while hoping to charm filmmakers and artists it wants to bring into the fold. This year, it’s joining the likes of Netflix, the Weinstein Company, Amazon, and Sony Pictures Classics to trudge up the mountain on the prowl for product.
“We have a huge portfolio of brands and what I’m looking for are stories that relate to what each of our brands stand for,” said Kristin Patrick, the company’s Svp of global brand development. “It could be fiction or it could be non-fiction. It could be short-form digital content or it could be long form. It could be for theatrical distribution or it could be for television. It just depends on the brand.”
- Brent Lang
Schroeder has sold a scripted drama to E! about an aspiring songwriter, which she is producing with music manager Scooter Braun, Variety has learned exclusively.
“Inspiration” is a music-themed series with a few scenes that will have musical break-out-into-song elements.
Schroeder is writer on the project. She will serve as executive producer with Braun and Scott Manson of Braun’s Sb Projects, and Good Fear‘s Chris Bender and Jake Weiner. Sb Projects’ David Appleton and James Shin, and Good Fear’s Daniel Vang are producers.
The drama centers on an upcoming musician, Elise Moreno, who’s trying to make it in Los Angeles. Growing up in small-town Texas, the young songwriter has never met her rock star father until he falls into a coma and then she’s granted his Power of Attorney, entrusting »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
9 items from 2017
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