Justin Bieber Says 2014 DUI Arrest Was 'Not His Finest Hour' in Reflective Post
The singer reflects on his 2014 DUI arrest in Miami."7 years ago today I was arrested, not my finest hour. Not proud of where I was at in my life. I was hurting, unhappy, confused, angry, mislead [sic], misunderstood and angry at god," he wrote on Instagram alongside a photo of himself in handcuffs and being escorted by officers. "I also wore too much leather for someone in Miami.
Justin Bieber has given an update on the progress of his sixth studio album. © Bang Showbiz Justin Bieber
The 26-year-old superstar has been sharing snaps from the studio across Instagram and teased fans that he's got to the stage of picking the track-listing for the LP.
Alongside one picture of him staring at sheets of paper, he wrote: "going over track listing for the album. (sic)'
The 'Yummy' hitmaker also captioned a black and white shot of him with his mouth wide open: "how this album makes me feel (sic)."
Gallery: Relive the 10 best Super Bowl performances (BANG Showbiz)
Left Shark forever!
On January 24, 2021, it was announced that Miley Cyrus will perform at Super Bowl LV. This follows an earlier announcement, in which the NFL said that it would be allowing 22,000 people to attend this year’s event, including free admission for frontline healthcare workers. So, before Cyrus takes the stage next month, let’s take a look back at 10 of the most iconic Super Bowl performances of all time...
Beyoncé and Destiny’s Child
Beyoncé’s 2013 halftime performance was a particularly extravagant production. The music was spot on, kicking off with ‘Crazy in Love’ and all the way to ‘Halo’ for the finale. To top things off, Kelly Rowland and Michelle William even shot out from under the stage for a Destiny’s Child reunion, and joined Beyoncé for ‘Bootylicious.’, ‘Independent Women,’ and ‘Single Ladies.’
U2's 2002 Super Bowl halftime performance is one of the most memorable to date. Taking place just a few months after 9/11, the band made it a tribute to the victims. It was an unforgettable sight as they kicked off with ‘Beautiful Day’, while the names of those who'd died scrolled down the giant screen. At the end, Bono ripped open his jacket to reveal the American flag sewn onto the inside.
Jennifer Lopez and Shakira
In the midst of a turbulent election year, Shakira and J.Lo made a bold political statement during their 2020 halftime performance. Their spectacular set contained allusions to the political situations of immigrants, with Lopez wearing a giant feather cape with the American flag on one side and the Puerto Rican one on the other. J.Lo’s daughter Emme even joined the singers on stage, as they performed a remix of Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Born In The USA.’
Katy Perry and Missy Elliot
Thanks to the memorable antics of the “Left Shark” during ‘Teenage Dream, the 2015 halftime show will be remembered for years to come. Perry’s performance was a technical marvel to behold. The singer arrived on the back of a lion puppet while singing ‘Roar,’ before getting swung around the sky singing ‘Firework'. She then brought Missy Elliot onto the stage, who performed three of her own songs. The psychedelic 60s pop-art colour scheme with marching microphones for each outfit was certainly unique.
The 2017 Super Bowl halftime show opened with Lady Gaga singing a medley of ‘God Bless America’ and ‘This Land Is Your Land’ from the roof of the stadium. The superstar then dived onto the stage, performing a powerful mashup of her biggest hits like ‘Poker Face,’ ‘Born This Way,’ and ‘Bad Romance.’ Like the rest of the performance, Gaga’s exit was nothing short of spectacular, she mic dropped, caught a football toss and hopped off a staircase into the abyss.
Only a singer of Diana Ross’ magnitude could have pulled off the shocking performance that she did in 1996. She starts off by descending from the sky on a sparkling platform, going through a medley of her biggest hits from ‘Baby Love’ to ‘Stop in the Name of Love'. The performance consisted of four costume changes, tuxedo-clad dancers spelling out her name, and a golden cape that starts enveloping the entire stage as Ross rises three stories in the air singing ‘Ain’t No Mountain High Enough.’ And if all that wasn’t dramatic enough, Miss Ross exits in a helicopter to her song ‘Take Me Higher.’
Madonna arrived at the 2012 halftime show as a Greek goddess carried by a legion of Spartan soldiers. She offered new arrangements of her old songs, like ‘Open Your Heart’ sung with Cee Lo Green, and an LMFAO mashup of ‘Music’ and ‘Party Rock Anthem'. Nicki Minaj also joined Madonna on stage, as they performed ‘Give Me All Your Luvin.’ This performance went on to break the record previously held by Michael Jackson as the most watched Super Bowl halftime show ever, with 114 million people tuning in.
Up until 1993, the Super Bowl halftime show would simply feature a college marching band or two. But that year, Michael Jackson turned it into must-watch television. The King of Pop whipped viewers into a frenzy with a medley of ‘Jam,’ ‘Billie Jean’ and ‘Black or White.’ Jackson then performed a snippet of ‘We Are The World’ as the crowd turned over cards revealing drawings by the children of Los Angeles. He concluded his message of harmony with ‘Heal the World,’ while surrounded by 3,500 youngsters.
Justin released his most recent record, 'Changes', last February, and he has since kicked off his "new era" with singles 'Holy', 'Lonely' and 'Anyone'.
Adele celebrates 10th anniversary of album 21's release
Taking to Instagram, the star admitted she can't remember much about 'how she felt' in 2011 but is so grateful for fans letting her be 'a soundtrack' to some of the last decade.And Adele, 32, celebrated the 10th anniversary of her hit record 21 being released on Sunday with a gushing post thanking fans for their support - although some followers mistook the post for an announcement of new music.
Last month, the Grammy-winner teamed up with the Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Choir to release a charity rendition of his and Chance the Rapper's mega-hit 'Holy', in a bid to land the much coveted Christmas number one spot on the UK charts.
But the tune was by beaten by YouTube stars and charity campaigners, LadBaby, whose song 'Don’t Stop Me Eatin'' - a cover of Journey's 1981 hit 'Don’t Stop Believin'' - hit the top spot.
The collaboration came after Justin was beaten to the Christmas number one in 2015 by the choir's charity single, 'A Bridge Over You'.
The 'Sorry' hitmaker had encouraged his millions of Twitter followers at the time to buy their song in order to help it reach the top of the chart ahead of his own single 'Love Yourself’.
He also appeared on ‘Monster’ from fellow Canadian megastar Shawn Mendes’ album ‘Wonder’ last year.
Alice Cooper releases free single .
Alice Cooper has released a free single to mark his birthday, 'Social Debris'.The 73-year-old singer-songwriter has unveiled a track called 'Social Debris' as a "gift to Detroit, to his fans and to himself" to mark 73rd birthday on Thursday (04.02.21).