Archive - Feb 28, 2012
Justin Bieber arrives at a studio on February 28, 2012 in Los Angeles, CA. Justin is being sued by the creator of the "Joustin' Beaver" video game after Bieber's people slapped them with a cease and desist. The game developers claim that Joustin' Beaver is a pardy of Beiber's life and they have a First Amendment right to use his intellectual property and namesake. Photos: FameFlynet.
Demi Lovato's Metro interview: What can we expect from the album?
A lot of dance music, some songs about love and heartbreak but also some songs where I speak about the issues I’ve dealt with.
The single’s quite emotional, isn’t it?
It’s very emotional. It’s about overcoming your problems, it’s about strength. Not many songs on the album are like that. I wanted to keep the album upbeat.
You’ve also recorded a song about your relationship with your estranged father – why?
I’ve never spoken about this. I wanted to write a song expressing the reasons why we don’t talk and to share my side of the story.
You’ve had a turbulent time. What was your lowest point?
When I went into treatment but I overcame it and I’m stronger than ever.
What led to that?
Just underlying problems that I’d pushed off for many years. I should have got the help I needed a long time ago but I let it boil up, which wasn’t a healthy decision.
What are your new tattoos?
I’ve got a little heart on my wrist, which my fans used to draw on their wrists every day that I was in treatment. I thought what better way to say thank you than to get one tattooed on my wrist. It was incredible to have that support and I wouldn’t be in the position I’m in today without them. I look at my wrists every day and I’m very thankful to my fans.
Selena Gomez & Justin Bieber are victims of a sex video scandal. Facebook users were warned this week against falling for a new scam claiming to offer a 'bedroom video' of Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez, reports Yahoo! Computer security firm Sophos said the scam claims to contain a leaked 'hidden camera video' of intimate moments between Bieber and Gomez. Sophos said users who click on the link will be taken to a third-party website that urges them to 'share' the video with their Facebook friends. After sharing, the users will be presented with an only survery that earns commissions for the scammers.