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Justin Bieber is retiring, says Justin Bieber
Settle down, Beliebers: He also says he’s just taking a break to allow his music to mature. natpo.st/JHXgnv

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Justin Bieber is retiring, says Justin Bieber

Settle down, Beliebers: He also says he’s just taking a break to allow his music to mature. natpo.st/JHXgnv

Tagged with:  #Justin Bieber  #music  #celebs  #news  #Beliebers

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Justin Bieber graffiti to remain on Australian hotel’s walls, despite city mayor’s insistence the pop star ‘clean up his mess’

An Australian hotel is declaring itself a graffiti Belieber, despite being at odds with the city government.

QT Hotel in the Gold Coast said it gave Justin Bieber permission to spray graffiti on its wall. The Canadian singer and others posted images online showing cartoon faces in fluorescent paint on an outdoor wall at the hotel in Queensland state: natpo.st/It2XFi

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Justin Bieber did not very much like being pelted in the head with a water bottle in Brazil

So much so that, after keeping fans who paid $1,000 a ticket waiting for three hours, the singer stalked offstage after being hit – and didn’t come back. Watch a video of the incident here: natpo.st/1aZhBvK

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Best Sweet 16 ever! Justin Bieber surprises billionaire’s daugther at AGO birthday bashThe place to be on Saturday night for both the teen society set as well as for the teeny-bopper of heart: the Art Gallery of Ontario.As many may know, and as I tweeted ’round the witching hour on Saturday, that was where none other than the Biebs showed up for the sweetest of Sweet 16 bashes. And the screams: enough to even rattle the Ai Weiwei instalments — the A-list dissident’s art — situated in another part of the building.The lucky birthday girl? Erica, the daughter of Alex and Simona Shnaider. And the Toronto party — peaking when Erica’s absolute favourite, Justin, arrived to serenade her — was in the wheelhouse, certainly, of her no-expense-spared dad. 

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Best Sweet 16 ever! Justin Bieber surprises billionaire’s daugther at AGO birthday bash
The place to be on Saturday night for both the teen society set as well as for the teeny-bopper of heart: the Art Gallery of Ontario.

As many may know, and as I tweeted ’round the witching hour on Saturday, that was where none other than the Biebs showed up for the sweetest of Sweet 16 bashes. And the screams: enough to even rattle the Ai Weiwei instalments — the A-list dissident’s art — situated in another part of the building.

The lucky birthday girl? Erica, the daughter of Alex and Simona Shnaider. And the Toronto party — peaking when Erica’s absolute favourite, Justin, arrived to serenade her — was in the wheelhouse, certainly, of her no-expense-spared dad. 

Tagged with:  #Justin Bieber  #celebs  #music  #Toronto
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Tell us how you really feel about Justin Bieber, Mally: Bieber’s abandoned pet monkey made his outdoor debut at a German zoo. See more pictures of the event here: natpo.st/10Vj1ar

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Tell us how you really feel about Justin Bieber, Mally: Bieber’s abandoned pet monkey made his outdoor debut at a German zoo. See more pictures of the event here: natpo.st/10Vj1ar

Tagged with:  #Justin Bieber  #monkey  #Mally  #celebs  #music  #animals
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Graphic: Bieber Versus BieberWhen Justin Bieber burst onto the scene in 2009, he was an uncontroversial, shaggy-haired, prepubescent 15-year-old. He’d been discovered on YouTube by some big music stars, and with his debut single ‘One Time,’ he was, for a brief moment, a shining example of young Canadian talent. The Stratford, Ont., -raised singer quickly became the most famous person on the planet. Since his humble beginnings, Bieber sold out a Madison Square Garden concert in 22 minutes, amassed nearly three billion YouTube views, sold more than 15 million albums worldwide, and became the focus of intense public scrutiny. From ‘Baby’ to ‘Boyfriend,’ mop-hair to gel-hair, purple hoodie to leather, dog tag to gas mask, the evolution of Bieber from ‘cuddly’ to ‘gnarly’ in these short four years has gripped the world. Which Bieber do you prefer?

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Graphic: Bieber Versus Bieber
When Justin Bieber burst onto the scene in 2009, he was an uncontroversial, shaggy-haired, prepubescent 15-year-old. He’d been discovered on YouTube by some big music stars, and with his debut single ‘One Time,’ he was, for a brief moment, a shining example of young Canadian talent. The Stratford, Ont., -raised singer quickly became the most famous person on the planet. 

Since his humble beginnings, Bieber sold out a Madison Square Garden concert in 22 minutes, amassed nearly three billion YouTube views, sold more than 15 million albums worldwide, and became the focus of intense public scrutiny. From ‘Baby’ to ‘Boyfriend,’ mop-hair to gel-hair, purple hoodie to leather, dog tag to gas mask, the evolution of Bieber from ‘cuddly’ to ‘gnarly’ in these short four years has gripped the world. Which Bieber do you prefer?

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The Miami Heat were so hot last night, Justin Bieber’s sunglasses ended up being SEARED ONTO HIS FACE. Because that’s the only reason why he would be wearing sunglasses inside, OBVIOUSLY. (Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

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The Miami Heat were so hot last night, Justin Bieber’s sunglasses ended up being SEARED ONTO HIS FACE. Because that’s the only reason why he would be wearing sunglasses inside, OBVIOUSLY. (Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

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The 2013 Juno Awards: Full list of winners
Carly Rae Jepsen, Justin Bieber and Leonard Cohen were among the night’s big winners. Check out a full list here: natpo.st/14HIkOI

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The 2013 Juno Awards: Full list of winners

Carly Rae Jepsen, Justin Bieber and Leonard Cohen were among the night’s big winners. Check out a full list here: natpo.st/14HIkOI

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Justin Bieber visits Anne Frank museum, says he hoped Holocaust victim ‘would have been a Belieber’ if she lived
Justin Bieber has visited the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, and the museum says the Canadian pop star wrote in the guestbook that he hoped Frank “would have been a Belieber” if she had lived.

Museum spokeswoman Maatje Mostart confirmed Sunday that Bieber visited Friday evening.

“Belieber” is what Bieber fans call themselves. Anne Frank was a Jewish teenager who hid with her family in a small apartment above a warehouse during the Nazi occupation of World War II. Her family was caught and deported, and Anne died in Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in 1945.

The diary she kept in hiding was recovered and published after the war, and has become the most widely read document to emerge from the Holocaust. (Walter Bieri/The Associated Press; NIGEL TREBLIN/AFP/Getty Images)

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Justin Bieber showed up at a Polish airport on Monday with no shirt on, for no reason“He wasn’t told to take off his clothes,” a spokeswoman for Lodz Airport said. “He had no metal objects on him.” Find out more: natpo.st/ZrAO4T

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Justin Bieber showed up at a Polish airport on Monday with no shirt on, for no reason

“He wasn’t told to take off his clothes,” a spokeswoman for Lodz Airport said. “He had no metal objects on him.” Find out more: natpo.st/ZrAO4T

Tagged with:  #Justin Bieber  #celebs  #music

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Justin Bieber fans are about to get a lot less employable

And other things we learned from new social network/dating site stereotype.fm: natpo.st/XC28Mx

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Carly Rae Jepsen, Justin Bieber lead 2013 Juno nominees

Call Me Maybe star Jepsen is this year’s most-nominated artist, earning five nods, while Bieber — snubbed by the Grammys — earned four: http://natpo.st/15svP7d

Craving a Trudonut? How about a Justin Beaver Tail? We present some ‘Canadian icon’ doughnut suggestions for Tim HortonsWhen Canadian actor Jason Priestley, playing himself, said on the U.S. sitcom How I Met Your Mother that he had proudly crammed a Timbit into a strawberry vanilla doughnut, Tim Hortons responded with a fake ad for “The Priestley.” The National Post‘s Steve Murray takes a look at what other Canadians, and Canadian institutions, could be likewise honoured with their own delicious doughnut.

Craving a Trudonut? How about a Justin Beaver Tail? We present some ‘Canadian icon’ doughnut suggestions for Tim Hortons
When Canadian actor Jason Priestley, playing himself, said on the U.S. sitcom How I Met Your Mother that he had proudly crammed a Timbit into a strawberry vanilla doughnut, Tim Hortons responded with a fake ad for “The Priestley.” The National Post‘s Steve Murray takes a look at what other Canadians, and Canadian institutions, could be likewise honoured with their own delicious doughnut.

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The Quantified Month: January
The month wasn’t all about Manti T’eo – just mostly. Sarah Lazarovic has a look at the highs and lows of the first month of the year, from Bieber’s Twitter followers to the rings of Downton Abbey: natpo.st/X0fmkx

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The Quantified Month: January

The month wasn’t all about Manti T’eo – just mostly. Sarah Lazarovic has a look at the highs and lows of the first month of the year, from Bieber’s Twitter followers to the rings of Downton Abbey: natpo.st/X0fmkx

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Think the Ryan Gosling Tim Horton’s coffee mug is weird? Somebody once paid more than $1,000 for Justin Timberlake’s unfinished breakfast. Read about more high-ticket celebrity memorabilia here: natpo.st/WQAJox