Justin Bieber leaves a private plane after landing at an airport in Burbank, Calif (September 2). He was seen attending the 2013 All White Party the night before at Beta nightclub in Denver, Colorado, Continue
Justin Bieber’s exclusive photoshoot and interview via dailymail.co.uk.
On buying a plane: “No way. It’s a total waste of money. You buy the plane, then you have to pay for storage, and on top of that you have to think about the fuel, the cost of the fuel – that’s maybe $4,000. Even hiring a private plane is like 50 or 60K. Once you get into that it becomes a habit – a bad habit. I’ll get one when I need it – if I have to go somewhere instantly – but you don’t want to buy a plane; it’s definitely not worth it.”
On music: “I never stop working. In what I wanted to do in music I’ve never had any fear. But now I’m at the top there’s nowhere to go but down; for me it’s about staying standing at the top. I’m not a kid any more – I’m an adult, I’m making the decisions and I want to keep on growing, and I believe I can.”
On crossing over: “I look at Justin Timberlake and Usher and see how they crossed over really successfully, and I’ve seen people go off at the deep end, get full of themselves, think they’re the best and end up not being anything. I’ve worked way too hard for that. I definitely don’t want to be just another teen heart-throb. But there are different ways of growing. I want to be loved like Michael Jackson was, from the four-year-olds to the 80-year-olds. I am going to change and grow through my music and doing films. This album was different. My next album will be even edgier.”
On swear words: “My music is never going to have swear words in it. Never.” Continue
Justin Bieber fielded an unusual request from a passenger on an international flight. It all happened during Justin’s return from his promotional tour in New Zealand last weekend.
Justin Bieber was surrounded by his entourage in first class when things started getting out of hand.
We’re told Justin and his posse were blurting out cuss words — including some 4-letter selections — and getting so loud … a female passenger finally stepped to Bieber.
We’re told the woman … a mother of 2 … walked over and asked Justin to “stop yelling curse words and using that kind of language on a plane. It’s not appropriate.”
A source close to Justin tells us he was completely embarrassed, quickly apologized to the woman.