‘The Twelve Days of Christmas’ can be a tedious song to sing (and listen to), so Jimmy Fallon livened it up a bit on Wednesday’s ‘Late Night.’
Instead of three French Hens, eight maids-a-milking, and six geese a-laying, Fallon and his ‘Late Night Carolers’ sang about Charlie Sheen, Kim Kardashian, the Royal wedding, Herman Cain, Occupy Wall Street, and other big news stories from 2011.
Maybe it’s his sleeker new haircut, but pop sensation Justin Bieber seems to be expanding his fanbase.
In a funny new ad for Macy’s, the Biebs makes an assortment of middle-aged men squeal in delight as he makes his way to the department store’s Black Friday sale.
When you think of country stars, you certainly don’t think Justin Bieber. But Christmas is all about sharing and caring, and the 17-year-old pop hitmaker is sharing the spotlight with country trio the Band Perry on a new holiday track, ‘Home This Christmas.’
He’s sold more than four million albums in the last two years and is a more or less constant presence on the iTunes and Billboard charts. So when Justin Bieber announced that he was recording a Christmas album for this year’s holiday season, it automatically became one of the fourth quarter’s most highly anticipated releases.
At this point, Bieber could probably hum carols through a kazoo and turn
Justin Bieber is apparently good at basketball. So good, he not only has a killer crossover, but can get future NBA Hall of Famer Steve Nash to fall for it. But who would ever belieb … sorry … believe that kind of story?
After four years away from the airwaves, the MTV hit ‘Punk’d’ is preparing its comeback — and this time, producer and former host Ashton Kutcher is remaining strictly behind the scenes.
But that doesn’t mean the new-look ‘Punk’d’ will lack for star power. In fact, the new season’s premiere will feature host Justin Bieber putting one over on Taylor Swift.
When Justin Bieber showed up onstage at Taylor Swift‘s August 23 show for a surprise duet rendition of his hit ‘Baby,’ their impromptu collaboration made the concert memory of a lifetime for several thousand concertgoers and set news feeds abuzz for the rest of the week.
And as it turns out, that might not be the last we hear from the young megastar duo.
Vanity Fair's readers don't have Bieber Fever.
The March issue of the glossy mag, which featured the Canadian pop sensation on its cover, only sold 246,000 copies. According to WWD, this makes it Vanity Fair's lowest selling issue since July of 1999, when it was Will Smith's mug that was repelling potential magazine buyers in airports and supermarket checkout lines.
There’s no escaping Justin Bieber these days – not on the radio, not at a theater near you, not at the NBA All-Star Game and not at the CMT Music Awards, where the 17-year-old recently picked up an award for Collaborative Video of the Year.
Though some country fans might have been taken aback to see Bieber sharing a screen with Rascal Flatts in the video for “That Should Be Me,” he came by his aff