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Justin Bieber :: Celebrity Dirt

Whether he’s displaying diva behavior, showing too much swagger or just teasing his fans with tweets, Kidzworld’s got all the dirt on His World. Check out the latest Celebrity Dirt on Justin Bieber!


Is Justin Bieber Feuding With Mariah Carey?

Justin was quoted in an interview as stating that he’d never want to work with Mariah. “I don’t love her music,” Justin reportedly said of Mariah. “It’s not the same. It’s like Michael Jordan coming back out to play in the NBA. She is past her best.” Despite this juicy quote, Justin’s rep came back to claim Justin is innocent: “No such comment was ever uttered.” Did Justin really run his mouth? What do you believe?


Bieber The Diva?

Sources claim Justin Bieber may have more in common with Mariah than he lets on. Bieber apparently got in touch with his inner diva a few weeks ago when he made his entire entourage stop at McDonald’s—including his motorcade—so he could score an Egg McMuffin. Is this diva behavior or just typical swagger for a hungry 16-year-old? Let us know what you think in the comments section!


Turn His Swag On

Speaking of swagger, the rumors about Justin Bieber’s “swagger coach” are true—kinda. Justin’s mentor Usher did hire Ryan Good to travel with Justin and pass along some wardrobe tips, but the “swagger coach” title is just a joke. Justin called him that in an interview, but the gossip columns have run with it. Ryan Good’s official title? Road manager.


Justin Bieber Dating

While Justin seems to be single these days, he’s not opposed to the idea of dating a fan. In an interview with People magazine, asked if he would go out with one of his fans, Justin said, “I think that it just depends—it depends what the situation is. I think that I’m not going to limit myself.” Hear that ladies? Time to tweet some sweet nothings to @justinbieber.


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That ####### >:(
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awesomekittiespitty
That ####### >:(
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i hate him so much
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