Justin Bieber has a new haircut

Singer Justin Bieber and his new haircut arrive at the 68th annual Golden Globes Awards Jan. 16.

Stop the presses – Justin Bieber has a new haircut.
It’s the biggest news since, well, ever.
The Stratford native has given up his shaggy locks for a cleaner, less helmet-like ‘do, which he showed off at the Golden Globes awards show last night.
Journalists worldwide can now go home and twiddle their thumbs because no news can top this biggie.
Thanks, kid.
And salons, you are forewarned. Expect packed work schedules for at least the next month as hoards of boys demand the new cut to impress their schoolyard crushes.

Building the world's next Bieber


He's a tween pop star whose amateur YouTube videos have earned him a record deal, a hit single, and a spot in the hearts of preteen girls around the globe.
No, not Justin Bieber. Preteen fans are clamouring for Australian native Cody Simpson, who having just turned 14 is gracing the pullout posters inside this month's tween magazines, has nearly 500,000 followers on Twitter and a catchy pop single and video, “iYiYi,” featuring rapper Flo Rida.
Yes, many are calling him “the next Justin.” And certainly his fresh-faced look and obscure Gold Coast, Queensland origins give him a few things in common with Stratford, Ont. native Bieber.
Next Bieber or not, Simpson is one of a gaggle of boy stars, including actor/rapper Jaden Smith, singer and YouTube sensation Greyson Chance, and boy band Big Time Rush, rushing in to win fans who may tire of Bieber Fever — or who may be too young to relate to him.

Advance tickets on sale Tuesday for Justin Bieber: Never Say Never

Justin Bieber is appearing on TV in Toronto on MuchMusic and eTalk on Tuesday to promote his new concert movie, Justin Bieber: Never Say Never.
This is just the ticket for Justin Bieber fans — advance tickets go on sale Tuesday for the 3-D concert movie Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, opening Feb. 11. Tuesday is shaping up to be Bieber

Justin Bieber in Toronto, never say never, he tells fan

Justin Bieber at MuchMusic. He says the impact of sudden fame still hasn’t hit him, even though he’s sold million of records, has 6.3 million Twitter followers, 16.5 million Facebook friends and has been viewed one billion times on YouTube.