“3 years ago I sang WITH YOU by Chris Brown in my living room. Since then thanks to the help of the fans we have been on an incredible journey. Thank you because we are just getting started. NEVER SAY NEVER.
Look At Me Now!
“We’re putting it together. Yeah, we’re doing it at Paramount,” Wahlberg said. “We pitched them the idea, and we talked to him about doing it and he loved the idea. Been sending me video — he sent me a video of himself and yeah, I think he’s really talented.”
While he didn’t confirm that he would star — Wahlberg has produced a number of projects without a starring role — he did say that neither he or Bieber would sing. Injecting himself in there seems to hint that he’ll co-star in what he describes as a story about “a reluctant mentor in an inner-city environment.”
Justin Bieber has some acting experience; he guest starred in two episodes of “CSI” over the winter, and of course starred in the hit concert/road documentary “Justin Bieber: Never Say Never,” though there was no real acting involved in that one.
“Congrats to William and Kate …and Kate’s sister. She was a hit with @thatrygood” Earlier he Tweeted, “Sydney goes hard!
JB was also approving a message from a fan by retweeting:
“If Prince William can fall in love with just a normal girl, then surely its possible for @justinbieber to fall in love with a fan♥NSN.”
Aussie beliebers face an anxious wait as Justin Bieber has treatment for a back injury, which could force him to postpone or delay his sold-out Sydney concert tonight.
Justin was advised not to go ahead with his opening show in Brisbane on Tuesday after injuring his back wake-boarding in Bali last weekend.
He arrived in Brisbane by private jet just 90 minutes before he was due on stage after delaying his departure from Bali to rest up.
“Crazy 24 hours of travel… back is messed up… but we are smiling. We finally made it. AUSTRALIA we are here”, Bieber posted on his twitter account after his plane landed.
A doctor and chiropractor inspected him before the show and reportedly advised Bieber not to go ahead with the concert, which features several complex dance sequences.
Despite the advice of medical experts Bieber was determined the show go on.
“Gonna rest up… back is killing”. he tweeted.
A spokesperson for Frontier Touring said they will await the advice of Bieber’s minders regarding his condition and whether his Sydney shows tonight and tomorrow would go ahead.
The nominees for the 2011 CMT Music Awards are out, and it seems that there’s no awards show Justin Bieber won’t be nominated for.
“WHAT?!?! just found out we are Nominated for a CMT AWARD for collaborative video of the year with @rascalflatts for #ThatShouldBeMe . CRAZY!” he tweeted!
JB managed to grab a CMT nomination for his collaboration with Rascal Flatts on the reworked version of “That Should Be Me.” He’s up against Jason Aldean with Kelly Clarkson for “Don’t You Wanna Stay,” Kid Rock featuring Sheryl Crow for “Collide,” Aaron Lewis featuring George Jones and Charlie Daniels for “Country Boy” and Loretta Lynn, Miranda Lambert and Sheryl Crow for “Coal Miner’s Daughter” in the Collaborative Video of the Year category.
Taylor Swift got three nominations for her video for “Mine”: She’s up for Best Web Video of the Year (for her performance at her Speak Now album-release party), Female Video of the Year and Video of the Year.
While traveling across the globe for his world tour, Justin Bieber has started writing new songs. Justin revealed it on Twitter, writing “Been writing alot of songs on the road. excited to just get this music out later this year and record this summer.”
Details about his new album are still scarce, but Ne-Yo and Sean Garrett have previously mentioned their involvement in the project. “I am writing for Justin but I’m finding it kinda hard as it’s a long time since I was 16 years old,” Ne-Yo once said. “[The songs] are not so grown where it’s like, ‘He doesn’t know anything about that stuff,’ but it’s not bubblegum kiddie stuff, either.”
In a separate interview, Sean revealed what he has planned for the Beibs. “What we’re trying to do with Justin is to segue him into young adulthood,” he said. “The one great thing about Justin Bieber is the fact that his fans are going to grow with him. So we want all the fans that started out with him to still be intrigued and excited about him, but we want to also stretch out a little bit and make the fans that are 22-23 years old love Justin as well.” (Source: Aceshowbiz)