Justin Bieber Meltdown on Twitter: Only God Can Judge Me!
Aw, Biebs, what a great guy. After Justin Bieber showed up two hours late to a London show earlier this week, he rectified the situation by hitting the stage two whole minutes early last night.
Bieber fans, if you're counting, that means Justin owes you 118 minutes. Maybe he can spend it staring deeply into your eyes, on a sailboat, in a Greek harbor, at dusk. Just an idea.
Justin Bieber has come out and admitted he made a mistake.
But not as big of a mistake as many reports are suggesting.
Justin Bieber booed at a concert?!? Now we've heard everything.
That's what allegedly went down last night at London's O2 Arena, according to multiple sources, as Justin was scheduled to take the stage at 8:30 p.m.
The worst has passed for Justin Bieber.
The worst birthday, that is.
Allow us to speak for millions of young ladies around the planet as we deliver the following message to Olivia Wilde:
Whatever the heck went down on Friday night at a club in London, it's safe to say Justin Bieber had a memorable 19th birthday.
But with reports stating the singer and his entourage were asked to leave an establishment because two members of their party were underage - Jaden Smith, 14, and Justin's rumored new girlfriend, Ella-Page Roberts Clark, 17 - Bieber has released the following statement via Instagram:
Justin Bieber may have suffered through the worst birthday ever this week.
But at least he has the greatest fans in the universe.
He received a standing ovation after a concert in England. He walked around shirtless. He partied late into the night.
So what made Justin Bieber Tweet that he suffered through the "worst birthday" ever yesterday after turning 19?
It's Justin Bieber's birthday, and he'll go shirtless if he wants to.
Following a show in Birmingham last night, the singer told the crowd he was "gonna go celebrate 19."
Justin Bieber celebrates his 19th birthday today. We'll wait for the squealing to calm down before we continue...
Forget who Justin Bieber may be dating. And forget any new Justin Bieber music that may be on the way.
Former Lost producer Damon Lindelof only cares about one thing: the choice of headgear this singer made while abroad this week.