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Believe Album: JB Tweeted on Friday (April 27) to release dual covers for his new “Believe”album. With over 21 million Twitter Beliebers, it didn’t take long for the 18 year-old to get the response he was looking for – as his fans made the album cover excitement world news, with Bieber finally penning, “ok ok … #1 Trending Topic in the World. Guess you guys want to see the #BELIEVEalbumCover.”After making the cover a global trend, Justin finally revealed two different covers for the much anticipated album, the first being his standard cover with a little more black and white. The pop superstar then tweeted a second cover with a message reading, “and this is the DELUXE #BELIEVEalbumCover – #52DAYS – excited? expect the unexpected.” You can grab your copy of “Believe” when it hits stores on June 19.
MOBBED AGAIN?: JB can’t go anywhere without someone screaming, but is it all getting a bit too much for Justin? After the 18-year-old went to see his old friend Usher perform he was mobbed by adoring fans and looked terrified. Fortunately his bouncer was there to provide a reassuring hand, though he could not prevent the singer hiding his face in terror. Justin caught up with his old mentor Usher, who was performing in an off-Broadway play at Union Square, and who used the night to debut some new material.
Indonesian Radio Doesn’t Like Justin Bieber or His Music?: A local teenage radio station in Medan, North Sumatra, Kiss 105 FM, banned Justin Bieber’s songs as a protest against the teenage pop sensation’s remarks on Indonesia that sparked strong reactions from his fans – known as Beliebers – in the country. The British tabloid, the Daily Mirror, reported that Bieber recently “mocked the English accent, insulted Indonesia and threw a hissy fit,” when in London to premiere his new album, Believe. During the event, Bieber told an interviewer about the creative process for one of his new tracks, saying it was recorded in some “random country”. His manager, Scott “Scooter” Braun, interrupted and informed him it was produced in Indonesia. “His tone was very condescending and he is just a 19-year-old boy. This is a country with more than 200 million citizens,” Kiss FM executive producer Anggi Simanjuntak told The Jakarta Post on Saturday. Anggi said that the policy was apparently supported by heartbroken radio listeners. “Some of them unfollowed or even blocked Bieber’s twitter account from their timelines,” she said. A Kiss FM announcer, Bea Lubis, said that she would probably cancel the ban, “if Bieber apologized in a sweet manner and promised not to say such things about Indonesia again.” Anggi said that the radio had yet to decide how long it would impose the ban.
JB & Lady Gaga in ‘Men and Black 3″?: Justin Bieber & Lady Gaga will make brief appearances in the upcoming sci-fi sequel Men in Black 3, says director Barry Sonnenfeld, adding that the singers’ images will flash on the alien surveillance board at Men in Black headquarters. “I can’t remember who we had in the second one, but in this one there are a few people that you’ll see up on the surveillance board including Lady Gaga, Tim Burton, who probably knows more about aliens than I do, and let’s see who else . . . Justin Bieber,” Sonnenfeld said. Men in Black 3, which was hampered by delays, will hit the big screen on May 25.
Justin Bieber Says “I’m Too Young To Get Married”: Justin has revealed he doesn’t feel old enough to commit to marriage and will not be popping the question to the Monte Carlo actress just yet. When asked by French newspaper Le Parisien if he’s planning on proposing to Selena, Justin replied: “No, I am too young.” The 18-year old then went on to confess that he’s still unsure whether Gomez in ‘the one’, stating: “One day, I will get engaged, when I will have found the right person in five or ten years.”Justin was quick to add: “It doesn’t mean that Selena is not the right person though, she is going to kill me if I say that!”
Justin Bieber Sings About Rumored Baby Momma Mariah Yeater: Justin Bieber told reporters at a London club that one of the songs on his upcoming album, “Believe,” references the woman who accused him of fathering her baby son during an alleged hookup after a concert. “Songs like that girl — Mariah Yeater — who said she was going to have my baby,” the 18-year-old pop-star said, according to BBC News, at a preview event for his new album. “I wrote about that situation.” Yeater, 20, an unemployed single mom from San Diego, filed a paternity lawsuit against Bieber last October — then quietly withdrew it a few weeks later. Bieber denied her claims all along, maintaining his squeaky clean image after undergoing a paternity test in November. “Dear mariah yeater … we have never met … so from the heart i just wanted to say,” he wrote on his Twitter Saturday, along with a link to a video of Borat saying “You will never get this” repeatedly.