In a tween dream come true, Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift are teaming up to write a song, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The Biebs and Taylor are recording with Kuk Harrell, according to the songwriter and producer’s recent Twitter activity:
“Wow!! Got to see @justinbieber & @taylorswift13 write a song together last night!! SMASH!!!! SMASH!!! SMASH!!! Let's do it again Yall!!!”
One person who doesn't have Bieber Fever? Actress Marg Helgenberger, who says the teen idol behaved like a "brat" during his guest stint on "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation."
During a recent radio interview with Europe 1, Helgenberger was asked what it was like working with Bieber, who played bad boy Jason McCann in two episodes of the popular CBS series.
“I shouldn't be saying this, but he was kind of a brat," she said. "He was very nice to me. But he locked one of the producers in a closet and he put his fist through a cake that was on the cast's table."
First Ashton Kutcher wanted to make a movie with Justin Bieber, and now Mark Wahlberg is fighting to put him in a film.
"Justin Bieber and I are going to do a movie together," Wahlberg tells Vulture of the Paramount Studios project. "We’re putting it together… We pitched them the idea and, you know, we’re talking about doing it. He loves the idea. He's been sending me video, he sent me a video of himself, and, yeah, I think he’s really talented."
According to Deadline, Bieber will play a street-basketball player in the drama, which Wahlberg tells Vulture will center on a "a reluctant mentor in an inner-city environment."
After all of the problems he was having in Israel - the paparazzi wouldn't leave him alone; he was being "pulled into politics" - Justin Bieber was apparently feeling a little annoyed.
The 17-year-old star let the Twitterverse know on Tuesday that he needed some breathing room from the social networking site...which he relayed by tweeting, of course.
"Been super frustrated and just needed some time to vent and chill...[I] want to see this country and all the places [I've] dreamed of and whether its the paps or being pulled into politics its been frustrating...Gonna take a little break from twitter and enjoy this time with my family until then," he told his legion of followers.
Pop sensation Justin Bieber just turned 17, but some of us apparently don't see a bright future for the young star.
A new 60 Minutes/Vanity Fair poll asked, "How do you envision Justin Bieber at the age of 30?" and 30 percent of Americans said they think he'll be in "celebrity rehab."
Before the Beliebers get too mad, there's also the 13 percent who predict that he'll still be playing packed stadiums, while another 18 percent think the Biebs will be married and living quietly.
After going public with reported beau Justin Bieber at Vanity Fair's Oscar party in February, Selena Gomez is finally opening up about their relationship — just a teeny bit.
Gomez was grilled about her romance with Bieber during an appearance last night on the "Late Show with David Letterman." The talk-show host began by showing the singer-actress a photo of the couple at the Vanity Fair party.
"Oh, that's cute!" Gomez said coyly, before adding, "It was like a little prom night, wasn't it? Looked like it."
Next, Letterman asked how long the pair have known each other. "Uh, almost, like, two years now," Gomez said. "Actually, his manager called my mom, who's my manager."
Letterman didn't let her off the hook and continued to push for more details, asking point blank if they are dating. The blushing Disney star would only say, "He's been in my life for so long, and it's just nice to have someone that understands what you're going through."
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