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Justin Bieber shows off his abs, makeout skills in 'All That Matters' -- VIDEO

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No, this isn’t another headline about Justin Bieber defacing a flag, or getting hit by a bottle, or creeping into ladies’ hotel rooms. This is about the music! (Well, that and his three-minute makeout session disguised as a music video.)

In a new clip for “All That Matters,” Bieber gets cozy with a mystery blonde as she drapes herself over various pieces of furniture and vehicles. But his co-star isn’t the only who’s scantily clad: Bieber also goes shirtless, even thrusting into the air at one point. Be still, Belieber hearts everywhere.

Watch the video below:
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Justin Bieber gets groovy on 'Roller Coaster'

It’s been (or felt like) 344 weeks since Justin Bieber’s Music Mondays have been in effect, and we’ve seen everything from a Diplo-produced jam to a racy R. Kelly duet. But on this, the eighth Music Monday, we’re getting something else altogether: funk.

Bieber’s new track “Roller Coaster” rocks some feel-good ’70s vibes that may or may not inspire you to get down on the ground. (If not, though, President Kelly will be happy to put you down for you.)

Take a listen to the new JB song below:

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This week in singles: New songs by Justin Bieber, Disclosure and Nile Rodgers, Angel Olsen, and more

Justin Bieber, “All Bad”
And on the sixth Music Monday, Bieber laid back in the cut. The latest song from his weekly series (leading up to the Christmas release of Believe, the movie) may not be the best one yet—“Heartbreaker” comes closest to “Cry Me a River”—but it’s the eeriest of the frankly downbeat, uniformly pretty collection. The line “females like to run their mouths” might be a deal-breaker coming from the weekend-warrior Justin seen in the tabloids, but hearing it from The-Weeknd-wannabe Justin on record, it actually starts to make sense. Behold the man-boy Bieber. READ FULL STORY

Justin Bieber caught on camera mistreating Argentine flags

Argentines are expressing outrage over the latest scandal to emerge from Justin Bieber’s wild tour through Buenos Aires, saying the way he treated the Argentine flag shows he has no respect for his fans or the country.

Videos from Saturday night’s concert show how Bieber reacted when fans tossed two Argentine flags onto the stage. Most musicians on world tours usually hold up the flags in appreciation to their fans.

Not Bieber. The videos show him treating the flags like dirty rags, using his shoes and then a microphone stand to sweep them off the stage.

Bieber’s manager Scooter Braun tweeted that Bieber will be back to Argentina. He might want to think carefully on that: Insulting Argentina’s flag is a crime punishable by up to four years in prison.

Justin Bieber walks off stage in Argentina due to food poisoning

Justin Bieber is blaming food poisoning for forcing him to quit the stage for the second time during his South America tour. This time he drew boos from a huge crowd in Buenos Aires’ River Plate stadium who paid up to $320 to see their idol perform up close.

“I’m not feeling too good, I think I’m out of energy,” he told the crowd, saying he was sorry and blowing a kiss before walking off the stage with his head hung low.

Bieber posted a “selfie” photo on Twitter showing himself receiving intravenous fluids, and his manager Scooter Braun came to his defense Monday with a statement laying out a version of Bieber’s wild weekend. READ FULL STORY

Justin Bieber walks off stage following a bottle throwing incident

As a steady parade of cage fighters and The Simpsons have taught us, crazy things happen in Brazil. When you’re Justin Bieber, things get even crazier—and play out in real time on social media.

The 19-year-old pop star, who traveled to Brazil to headline a concert at Arena Anhembi in Sao Paulo on Saturday night, was just wrapping up “Boyfriend” when he was struck by a bottle thrown from the crowd. He left the stage and did not return; the lights came up a half hour later signaled that the evening was officially over.

This was, alas, not his only Brazilian incident. Page Six reported that on Friday night, Bieber was spotted and photographed exiting Centaurus, a notorious brothel in Rio de Janeiro. Other reports noted that Bieber had been asked to leave the establishment for violating undisclosed house rules. This report came only a day after a Panamanian newspaper reported that Bieber picked up a prostitute in Panama City.

It’s not all bad news: the singer did get through Sunday night’s concert in Rio without incident, and capped off his weekend by releasing “Bad Day,” which you can listen to below or purchase on iTunes. It’s a spare, pretty ballad that is better than the Daniel Powter song but not quite as good as the R.E.M. one of the same name.  READ FULL STORY

Voting now open for first ever YouTube Music Awards

You won’t get the chance to throw your congressional representative out of office just yet, but for now, you can direct all of your voting power to the first ever YouTube Music Awards. Voting is now open in six different categories, and the victors will be handed out during a ceremony co-hosted by Jason Schwartzman and Reggie Watts in New York City on Nov. 3.

The six categories include Video of the Year, Artist of the Year, Response of the Year (awarded to a fan-made video that served as a counterpoint to a professional one), YouTube Phenomenon (awarded to the trend that led to large swaths of fan videos and responses), YouTube Breakthrough (representing newer artists who saw huge growth in YouTube subscriptions and exposure), and Innovation of the Year (which is a lot like the old Breakthrough Video prize at the MTV VMAs).

The nominees are a healthy mix of established artists (Justin Bieber, Eminem, Katy Perry, Taylor Swift) and savvy outsiders who have used YouTube to elevate their careers (Pentatonix, Epic Rap Battles of History). Eminem, Lady Gaga, and Arcade Fire were already announced as performers at the show, and the lineup has expanded to include M.I.A., Avicii, Walk Off the Earth, Earl Sweatshirt, and Tyler, the Creator.

Check out the nominees below, vote over at YouTube, and tune in for the ceremony on Nov. 3.
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Justin Bieber keeps a #smile on in new 'Believe' clip

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Justin Bieber wants you to know he always keeps a #smile on his face — even when his heart is aching, or a neighbor is alleging that he was threatened by the 19-year-old star.

Bieber continued the promotional trail for his upcoming documentary Believe Friday, unveiling a new clip called “#Smile.” In it, Bieber sits down with the director of the film, John M. Chu, and explains how he maintains his upside-down frown even through some of his toughest moments — and while performing in front of millions.

Watch the clip below:

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Justin Bieber drops Diplo-produced 'All That Matters': Hear it here

Justin Bieber is determined to show you how all-grows-up he is.

Last week, the young man dropped the Timberlake-y “Heartbreaker,” but that was just the beginning. His ten-week “Music Mondays” strategy continues today with “All That Matters,” another smooth, low-key R&B jam designed to seduce your ears, and maybe (just maybe) more.

The track even boasts Diplo as a producer, a move that threatens to imbue his new grooves with some bona fide cred.

Does it work? Give “All That Matters” a spin below and find out for yourself:

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Justin Bieber releases 'Heartbreaker,' his first #MusicMonday single: Hear it here

Last week, Justin Bieber announced Music Mondays –in which he’ll unveil a new single every Monday for the next ten weeks.

“Heartbreaker” premiered late last night, though versions of this song have been kicking around the dusty corners of the Internet for a while now. It’s an atmospheric slow jam that comes complete with a ’90s style spoken-word bit in the middle.

It really wouldn’t sound out of place on Justin Timberlake’s The 20/20 Experience, which bodes well for Bieber or says terrible things about Timberlake, depending on who you are.

The release of “Heartbreaker”  — and the nine more Mondays to come — will get Beliebers primed for a new 3D concert movie said to be coming soon. The new song is available on iTunes right now, though you can also give it a spin below.  READ FULL STORY

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