If someone asked you who the most famous Canadian is, you'd probably shout "Justin Bieber" automatically, involuntarily and instantly.
Well, the researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, aka MIT, employed scientific means in their research to find out exactly who is the most famous citizen from our neighbor to the north and guess what? It's not Da Biebs, but it is a pop star.
Selena Gomez may very well have to sit down for her own deposition following Justin Bieber's explosive deposition meeting last week. According to new legal papers obtained by TMZ, the lawyer representing the paparazzo suing the Biebs asked the singer about Gomez because she had witnessed him attacking a photographer back in 2012 and believes that to be relevant to his current case.
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When Justin Bieber came out with the infectious 'As Long As You Love Me' in 2012, we thought the title sounded a little familiar: That's because the Backstreet Boys had a hit by the same name in 1997. Bieber's song is more upbeat and dance-heavy, while BSB went with a love ballad for the original. Whose 'As Long as You Love Me' is better?
If actor and Alzheimer's crusader Seth Rogen were filling out an imaginary application that asked questions about his music fandom, we can safely say he would not be checking off "Belieber" on any portion of said application. The actor spoke out (again!) about Justin Bieber, calling him obnoxious, among other choice adjectives.