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Justin Bieber goes clubbing 'All Around the World' with Ludacris: Listen here

Now that he’s turned 18, Bieber is finally allowed to party at the discos — and party he will.

The dance-infested, Ludacris-featuring “All Around the World” is the latest Believe track to hit iTunes (though not as an official single), and it basically screams, “We be clubbin’!”

A Euro beat worthy of the Wanted? The vocal swagger of Chris Brown? Lyrics smacking of One Direction (“You’re beautiful, beautiful/You should know it”)? Check, check, and check, please!

Between this latest offering, the Justin Timberlake-y “Boyfriend,” and the Jackson 5-ish “Die in Your Arms,” it looks like the Biebz will be trying on all sorts of new pop looks on Believe.

But does he wear it well? Judge for yourself with the video below:

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Bieber down! Singer suffers concussion after running into glass wall

Great, now all the kids will be trying to give themselves concussions: Justin Bieber reportedly suffered mild disorientation after running into a wall of glass during a concert in Paris on Thursday.

But breathe easy, Beliebers: after the show, the singer tweeted, “thanks for the love but there are a lot of people out there who need prayers. im fine. just smacked my head and needed some water. all good.”

Bieber told TMZ that he was performing when a quick walk backstage resulted in him running into a glass wall; disoriented, he went back onstage to finish the set, and then walked to his dressing room where he passed out for roughly 15 seconds. TMZ reports that Bieber’s doctors said he suffered a concussion, but will be fine. READ FULL STORY

What will we see when NBC lets Justin Bieber take us 'All Around the World' next month?

International pop sensation Justin Bieber and fourth-place network NBC announced today that the modestly titled hour-long documentary Justin Bieber Believe: All Around the World will make its prime-time debut at 8 p.m. on Thursday, June 21.

According to the press release, the special — Bieber’s first on network television — will offer fans “unprecedented access to Justin as our cameras film not only his performances, but his every move on this global tour — giving our viewers an all access pass to his life over a 12-day period, something rarely seen on TV today.”

Furthermore, the TV special promises that it will show “what life is like through the eyes of Justin Bieber with the ‘Justin-cam,'” a technology that we at Music Mix HQ have been dying to get hold of for years.

Needless to say, we can hardly beliebe that this is happening. So what can we expect from spending a half day in the Biebz’ high-tops? Here are our best guesses:

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Justin Bieber's new single 'Die in Your Arms': Hear it here

From JT to MJ?

That seems to be the transition Justin Bieber has made on the Jackson 5-evoking “Die in Your Arms,” the second single off his upcoming album Believe. Unlike the album’s first single, “Boyfriend,” which took a sexy-adult, Justin Timberlake-y route, Bieber’s latest returns to a more classic retro-R&B sound reminiscent of a young Michael Jackson.

(Biebs, it seems, had a busy weekend; the 18-year-old pop star is currently being investigated for criminal battery after allegedly getting into a physical altercation with a paparazzo on Sunday.)

Until we find out how that shakes out, let’s just enjoy the sounds of innocent JB while we can. Take a listen to “Die in Your Arms” in the video below:

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2012 Billboard Music Awards: 20 essential takeaways from the show

Like most music awards shows, the Billboard Music Awards are so not about the statuettes that are doled out. The show — which aired live last night on ABC from the MGM Grand Hotel, with hosts, Modern Family stars Julie Bowen and Ty Burrell — is typically more about everything but the awards: performances, tributes, collaborations, and other sundry craziness.

Hell, even the fashion — hello to Miley Cyrus’ barely-there suit jacket — is more important than the prizes! And that was no different this year. Just a handful of the 46 awards were actually given out during the show (LMFAO dominated), which was jolted to life with performances from Katy Perry, Cee Lo Green, and Linkin Park; tributes to Robin Gibb, Donna Summer, Whitney Houston, the Beastie Boys’ Adam Yauch, and Stevie Wonder; a collaboration between Stevie Wonder and Alicia Keys; and a heartfelt speech by Houston’s daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown.

Here are 20 essential takeaways from the evening:

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Adele dominates Billboard Music Awards with 12 wins: See full list of winners here

The 2012 Billboard Music Awards were doled out last night during a live telecast from the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas that was broadcast on ABC and hosted by the network’s Modern Family stars Ty Burrell and Julie Bowen.

Of course, much like the Grammys, just a fraction of the 46 awards were given out during the show, which — also like the Grammys — played more like a concert. Although she wasn’t in attendance at the show, Adele dominated with 12 awards, followed by LMFAO with six awards and Lil Wayne and Coldplay with four each.

The full list of 2012 Billboard Music Award winners is as follows:

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Justin Bieber releases Mother's Day single 'Turn To You': Listen here

Mother’s Day is this Sunday, which means that card you haven’t dropped in the mail yet isn’t going to make it to your mom in time. There’s only one thing you can do to make it up to the woman who carried you for nine months: Record a special single and release it on iTunes as a charity event.

But that’s not going to look entirely original, since Justin Bieber already beat you to the punch. He just released “Turn To You,” a midtempo ballad that pays homage to his mother by breaking down her narrative, wherein she gets pregnant with Justin, gets her life together, finds Jesus, and later helps to nurture his nascent career.

All proceeds of the single’s sales go towards saving the Bethesda Center, an Ontario-based women’s shelter in danger of closing that also provided Bieber’s mother with assistance while she was pregnant. Give it a spin below. READ FULL STORY

Justin Bieber's grown 'n' sexy 'Boyfriend' video debuts: Watch it here

BIEBER-BOYFRIEND

Mr. Bieber is taking this whole growing-up thing pretty seriously — as evidenced by the video for his sexy, sultry, look-at-me-I’m-older single, “Boyfriend.”

In his world, that means one naughty parking-lot party with cars, guitars, spontaneous dance-offs and — are you ready for this, world? — lots of lady-hands working him over.

Watch the video for the Timberlake-y first single from his upcoming Believe here:

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This week in Twitter: Justin Bieber taunts non-babymama, Nicki Minaj says goodbye

Twitter is a remarkable technology — allowing us to keep up with the made-up thoughts of a hologram and reduce all art to pithy put-downs and puns. It also provides access to the pyches of some of the biggest starts on the planet—including Justin Bieber, who had a weird little run with his smartphone on Sunday.

In the midst of what he referred to as a “Random Twitter Hour,” Bieber wrote, “Dear mariah yeeter…we have never met…so from the heart i just wanted to say…” with a link to this odd audio clip from the Borat movie.

Yeater is, of course, the woman who accused Bieber of impregnating her somewhere in the bowels of L.A.’s Staples Center after a concert. The paternity suit was withdrawn after Bieber took a DNA test proving he was not the father of Yeater’s infant son.

The rest of his “Random Twitter Hour,” which goes out to some 21 million followers, was indeed random, featuring such nuggets as “Why does David Ortiz look like Robocop?” and simply, “My loins.”

Meanwhile, you can no longer re-tweet Nicki Minaj’s random thoughts, because the platinum rapper has shut down her account. READ FULL STORY

Adele, LMFAO, and Rihanna lead Billboard Music Award finalists

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Fresh off their name-checks in the Time 100, Adele and Rihanna have more kudos to brag about. They’re leading the pack of Billboard Music Awards nominees, along with Lady Gaga, LMFAO, and Lil Wayne. Adele scored 18 nods — including Top Artist, Top Female Artist, and Top Billboard 200 Artist — off the mega-sales of her album 21 and its lead single “Rolling in the Deep.” “Party Rockers” LMFAO will be in the house behind thanks to 17 nods. Rihanna could win up to 13 trophies, and Lady Gaga and Lil Wayne could be walking home with a lot of hardware, after netting 10 nods apiece. Usual suspects like Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Coldplay, Nicki Minaj, and Bruno Mars are also among the pool of finalists. You can view the full list here.

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