Meet Esmée, first artist to officially be signed to Justin Timberlake’s label, Tennman Records.
Interview magazine’s April issue is selling not because of cover girl Carey Mulligan (ouch!); tweens everywhere are saving their allowances to check out the story on Justin Bieber.
Photographed by Gregory Harris, Justin dresses up in metallics, prints, and—yes!—a more colorful wardrobe. What a refreshing change from his usual black wardrobe with neon kicks.
Zoe Wolff’s article paints a photo of the pint-sized pop heartthrob’s life. One minute he’s a 14-year-old hockey player from Canada who can carry a tune; the next minute he’s bigger than the Jonas Brothers. What wonders a hit Youtube account can do for your life!
I remember last year when he was just another Youtube sensation trying to make it big in the entertainment industry. Thanks to Usher’s tutelage and a number of pop/R&B hits, the 16-year-old has changed the way we view the tween market.
…for a movie, that is. The former flames are working on their first project ever since they split up in 2007.
Remember this talent show? It aired from 1983-2003, with its peak in the late ’80s and early ’90s. Back in the day when reality TV ceased to exist, viewers would sit on their couches to see which singers, dancers, and comedians would get the best ratings and win Star Search.
TV network ABC wants to revive the show and are looking modern-day judges to give the coveted 4-star ratings. They’ve approached former American Idol judge Paula Abdul to potentially join the show, but she reportedly demanded a hefty paycheck so no deal was made.
Paula Abdul: Nope, I’m not exactly going to go with this show. I really like your dress, though.
Which would you rather take home, Justin Timberlake or a brand new Audi A1 sports car? It’s a tough choice, really! Both bodies of work looked red hot in Geneva, Switzerland.