Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus will regret their behavior in years to come, according to 1970s pop idol Jimmy Osmond in an interview with the BBC’s “Sunday Morning Live” show.
Now 51, Osmond told BBC:
I think nowadays we reward bad behavior because it’s good business for the media. I think if you really look at maybe Miley Cyrus and the core of her and the core of Justin Bieber, you see some good kids just trying to figure it out to stay on top because there’s such pressure when you’re up there.
These entourages, you’re supporting everybody and you feel so much pressure that you have to almost shock people to stay in the mainstream.
They have a responsibility. They’re affecting young teenage minds that this is good behavior, and someday they’re going to look back at that and regret it.