Entertainment Justin Bieber Talks Married Life And Making Peace With His Past: ‘I’m Not That Person Anymore’
Watch Justin Bieber Put an Electronic Spin on ‘Lonely’ for Spotify Livestream Concert
Justin Bieber performed his latest singles, including a special version of “Lonely,” during Spotify’s first-ever Stream On event Monday (Feb. 22).Bieber, whose more than 63 million monthly Spotify listeners make him the second-most streamed artist in the world, brought the bravado that earned him that kind of career milestone onto a dynamic stage. He found something “Holy” about a candlelit underground lounge for his first song with his band, before streaks of white light and embers illuminated a “Lonely” Bieber on what looked like a road straight through the middle of the desert.
Justin Bieber talks settling down, making peace with his past, and more in a new interview with.
The Canadian singer, 27, says of learning to deal with his past behaviour: “I can talk about that part of my life and not feel like, ‘Oh, man. I was such a bad person,’ because I’m not that person anymore.
"I also have done the work to know why I was making those decisions. I know where that pain was coming from, that caused me to act the way I was acting.”
Bieber adds that he has yet to watch the much-talked-about Britney Spears documentary "Framing Britney Spears" but says “I’m going to.”
Police Reportedly Called To Justin Bieber’s Paris Hotel After Fans Gathered, Disregarding COVID-19 Protocols
Justin Bieber’s fans in Paris got a little out of control on Tuesday. In a report from the Daily Mail, police were called into action after dozens of Beliebers gathered outside the musician’s hotel, ignoring current COVID-19 protocols. Bieber and his wife, Hailey, checked in to the Mandarin Oriental earlier this week to celebrate the Canadian-born singer's 27th birthday. RELATED: Hailey Bieber Pens Sweet Birthday Message To Hubby Justin Bieber But after learning of their presence in the City Of Lights, police were called to manage the crowd of more than 150 bystanders.
He continues of his new mission with his music: “I just want to be somebody who can say, ‘Look, I did some things that I’m not too proud of, but I took a look in the mirror and decided to make some changes, and you can too.' There was a time where I really did have my identity wrapped up in my career, but I really do have an overflow of feeling like my purpose is to use my music to inspire.”
Bieber says of the low periods of his career: “Everything was about success, benchmarks and such, and then I was just still empty, you know? All my relationships were suffering, but I had all this success and all of this money, and it just wasn’t fulfilling for me.”
Hailey Bieber Admits She Cried In Kendall Jenner’s Bedroom For ‘Like, Two Years Straight’
Kendall Jenner and Hailey Bieber are sharing some of their best kept friendship secrets. The 25-year-old reality TV star and the 24-year-old model have been pals since meeting at “The Hunger Games” premiere in 2012. RELATED: Hailey Bieber Pens Sweet Birthday Message To Hubby Justin Bieber Bieber helped Jenner kick off her new YouTube series, "Who's In My Bathroom?", by becoming her first guest. During the show, the pair spoke about how their opposite personality traits make them better friends. Accepting that she's the more "brutally honest" of the two, Jenner explained, "Because I love you, like, genuinely, and, like, I want what's best for you.
The musician gushes over his wife Hailey, whom he married in 2018, “Hailey’s love language is just lying around watching a movie.
“At this point, I’ve reached a level of success so many times that I know success isn’t a be-all, end-all to my happiness,” Bieber shares.
He says of her influence on his career: “One thing that has been so helpful is my wife is so by the book. She’s so structured and routine and so responsible,” adding he credits his wife with helping him “realize that I either take responsibility for this or else I’m not going to be able to sustain a certain lifestyle that I want.
“Days that I know Hailey’s coming to set, I’m like, ‘This is going to be the greatest day ever.’”
Justin Bieber Addresses ‘MLK Interlude’ Controversy, Insists He Isn’t Trying To Be A ‘White Saviour’ .
Justin Bieber rejected the idea of being a “white saviour” as he spoke about the reason he created the “MLK Interlude” for his latest album Justice. Kristal Terrell, one of the co-founders of Bieber Nation, the first Bieber-dedicated club on Clubhouse, questioned the singer about his number one LP in his first-ever Clubhouse room on Tuesday. When asked how he thought his music could play a role in social advocacy, Bieber, who included two MLK speech clips on his album, shared: "Being Canadian... they didn't teach us about Black history. It was just not a part of our education system," Billboard reported.