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Justin Bieber Faces Grueling ‘Purpose’ Tour; Is He Up For It? (Video)

Justin Bieber is plunging headlong back into his music career after a three year layoff. He’s hitting the road nationwide on his new “Purpose World Tour” in support of his latest album. Justin last toured in 2012 for Believe. Is he up for it? Justin announced the tour on “Ellen DeGeneres” as part of his “Bieber Week” appearance on the afternoon talk show....

Justin Bieber Bangs His Own Drum on James Corden’s Show (watch!)

Justin Bieber has been called a lot of things, but nobody has ever called him untalented. He slipped into the drummer’s seat with Reggie Watts and the band on the “Late Late Show With James Corden” and kept a mean beat while Watts sang. What a guy! Bieber, who was a creep in an 18-month run of loutish behavior, is now slowly creeping back into everyone’s good graces. He was supporting musical guest Tori Kelly, a protege. ...

Justin Bieber ‘Believe’ LA Premiere Live Stream (Watch Here!)

Justin Bieber rolls out the red carpet for the premiere of his documentary “Justin Bieber’s Believe” tonight (Dec. 18) in Los Angeles. The Biebs says the film will explain who he is and where he comes from. But will it include his bad behavior. TheImproper is live streaming the red-carpet action starting at 9 p.m. Eastern and 6 p.m. Pacific time....

Justin Bieber Cranks Out Another Weepy Believe Moment (watch!)

ustin Bieber is back to feeling sorry for himself again, for the hard life he’s chosen as a misunderstood, multi-million-album-selling pop star. He features another weepy moment from his upcoming “Believe” movie. Pleeeeease pity him. Of course, Bieber could use a little sympathy after the damage he’s done to his career ...

Justin Bieber Totally Commercial, Films Macy's Holiday Ad (watch!)

Justin Bieber looks undeniably cute in a new holiday commercial for Macy’s department stores, but the spot also represents one of the down sides of music these days. It’s all about selling. It wasn’t always that way. Back in the early days rock in the ’50s and ’60s, musicians survived on their music alone. Neither Macy’s nor General Motors, for that matter, would think twice about trying to sell a product with a rock song. Not any more. ...