Hailey Bieber: Did she married Justin too early?
in love, engaged, married - and in a tremendous pace. Yes, Stephen Baldwin S (54) Daughter Hailey (24) and singer Justin Bieber (27) had very hurry in terms of love. On the engagement on July 7, 2018, the Secret Wedding followed shortly afterwards, from which the public learned only in November. Critical voices did not last long, the two were just 24 and 21 years old at the time. Too young for the eternal covenant of love? © Getty Images / Lisa O'Connor Hailey-Junst-Bieber-Gettyim.jpg Your Brow
Justin Bieber's bodyguards checked his pulse at night at the height of his drug-using days. © Bang Showbiz Justin Bieber
The 27-year-old pop star battled with substance abuse after he rose to fame as a teenager because he wanted to numb the "emptiness" he felt, despite his global success and things got so bad, his staff feared he'd lose his life.
In a new interview, the 'Hold On' hitmaker - who credits his Christian faith and wife Hailey Bieber, 24, with saving him - told the May issue of GQ magazine: "There was a sense of still yearning for more.
"It was like I had all this success and it was still like: 'I'm still sad, and I'm still in pain. And I still have these unresolved issues.' And I thought all the success was going to make everything good.
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"And so for me, the drugs were a numbing agent to just continue to get through."
Gallery: It did take me by surprise! These are the 10 most notable celebrity coming out stories (BANG Showbiz)
I'm here and I'm queer!
Over the years, many notable figures have come out through magazine covers, lengthy interviews, speeches, and even songs. For the LGBTQ+ community, coming out can be one of the most pivotal and daunting moments of their lives. But having to do it in front of the world, makes it a completely different experience. Here are 10 of the most notable celebrity coming out moments…
A 2019 appearance on Jameela Jamil’s ‘I Weigh Interviews’, yielded a surprising revelation from Sam Smith, who proclaimed: “I am not male or female. I think I float somewhere in between.” During the interview, the singer further explained: “I’ve always been very free in terms of thinking about sexuality, so I’ve just tried to change that into my thoughts on gender as well. Non-binary is that you do not identify in a gender. You are a mixture of all different things. You are your own special creation. When I saw the word non-binary, genderqueer, and I read into it, and I heard these people speaking, I was like, that is me.”
In an April 2018 Rolling Stone cover story, Janelle Monáe came out as pansexual. Initially identifying as bisexual because she had been “in relationships with both men and women”, the singer later came to label as pansexual after she read more about it and felt like the definition aligned more with who she was. Later in the interview, she discussed the importance of her album ‘Dirty Computer’, particularly in terms of pushing the boundaries for queer black women. Janelle told the publication: “I want young girls, young boys, nonbinary, gay, straight, queer people who are having a hard time dealing with their sexuality, dealing with feeling ostracized or bullied for just being their unique selves, to know that I see you. This album is for you. Be proud."
In the cover story of Sports Illustrated in 2013, the basketball player became the first active male athlete in a major American professional sport to come out as gay. He announced: “I’m a 34-year-old NBA centre. I’m black. And I’m gay.” Jason received an outpouring of support, notable from former President Barack Obama and Kobe Bryant. The late NBA star wrote at the time: “Proud of @jasoncollins34. Don’t suffocate who u r because of the ignorance of others.”
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During Pride month in 2019, the 'Old Town Road' hitmaker came out through a series of cryptic messages. He unleashed a flurry of tweets telling fans to “listen closely to 'C7osure'”, the last track on his EP ‘7’. After fans exploded into an online debate, Lil Nas tweeted again, this time highlighting the rainbow-coloured building on the cover art of his EP, with the caption reading: “I thought I made it obvious.” The rapper confirmed he was gay a few days later and explained his decision to come out, saying: “I don't want to just live my entire life, especially how I got to where I'm at, just not doing what I want to do. I'm also — I feel like opening the doors for more people. Because it's not really accepted in either [the country music community or the rap community].”
In 2013, the British Olympic diver uploaded a video onto his YouTube channel titled ‘Something I want to say…’, where he announced that he was in a relationship with a man. He said: “I've been dating girls, but I've never really had a serious relationship to talk about. And now I kind of feel ready to talk about my relationships. Come spring this year my life changed. Massively. When I met someone, and they make me feel so happy and safe; everything just feels great. That someone is a guy. And it did take me by surprise a little bit.” Tom is now married to the Oscar-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black, and together they have a son, Robbie Ray, who they welcomed via surrogate in June 2018.
In 2010, the 'Livin' la Vida Loca' hitmaker took to his website to publicly came out as gay. He wrote: “I am proud to say that I am a fortunate homosexual man. I am very blessed to be who I am. These years in silence and reflection made me stronger and reminded me that acceptance has to come from within and that this kind of truth gives me the power to conquer emotions I didn’t even know existed.”
In 1997, the talk show host was one of the first celebrities to publicly come out. Posing on the cover of TIME magazine, the headline read: “Yep, I’m gay.” In the issue, Ellen goes on to say: “Now, I feel completely comfortable with myself, and I don’t have to be fearful about something damaging my career if it gets out, because now I’m in control of it – sort of.”
The Olympic winner first publicly identified as transgender in 2015 during an exclusive two-hour interview with Diane Sawyer. That same year, she officially introduced herself as Caitlyn on the cover of Vanity Fair’s July issue, along with a photo series by Annie Leibovitz. Caitlyn told the magazine at the time: “If I was lying on my deathbed and I had kept this secret and never did anything about it, I would be lying there saying, ‘You just blew your entire life. You never dealt with yourself.’ And I don’t want that to happen.” Since coming out, Caitlyn has been using her platform to advocate for LGBTQ+ rights, bringing attention to gender dysphoria, violence against trans women, and other transgender issues.
Justin claimed people in the industry tried to "benefit" from his "insecurities" and turn him into a person he didn't "want to be".
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He continued: "I just lost control of my vision for my career. There's all these opinions. And in this industry, you've got people that unfortunately prey on people's insecurities and use that to their benefit. And so when that happens, obviously that makes you angry.
"And then you're this young angry person who had these big dreams, and then the world just jades you and makes you into this person that you don't want to be.
"And then you wake up one day and your relationships are f***** up and you're unhappy and you have all this success in the world, but you're just like: Well, what is this worth if I'm still feeling empty inside?"
The 'Freedom' singer desperately turned to God and religion to seek answers about his purpose in life.
He explained: "He is grace. I came to a place where I just was like, 'God, if you're real, I need you to help me, because I can't do this on my own. Like, I'm struggling so hard. Every decision I make is out of my own selfish ego.'
"So I'm just like, 'What is it that you want from me? You put all these desires in my heart for me to sing and perform and to make music - where are these coming from? Why is this in my heart? What's the point? What is the point of everything? What is the point of me being on this planet?' "
Justin previously confessed to using marijuana from the age of 13 as an "escape" from his life in the spotlight.
Ulrika Jonsson wouldn't 'rule out' getting married again .
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