Justin Bieber Promotes “First Step 2 Forever” At New York w/ New Hairdo

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Just like every teenage boy, it looks like Justine Bieber is starting to grow up.

The teen pop star came to the Big Apple this week to premiere his book entitled “Justin Bieber: First Step 2 Forever”, which is about his rise to fame from a YouTube sensation to an Usher protégé. Bieber came to Barnes and Nobles on Fifth Avenue, New York last Friday in a new hairdo that made him more mature than before.

His original hairdo normally covers his brow, but at the launch of his book, his hair was above it making it look as if he had cut his hair and appears shorter. His new hair style has actually left fans disappointed and sad, as well as being one of the talked about Bieber topics. His new hairstyle became the talk of the town.

It turned out, though, that this was a new hairstyle instead of a new haircut. One of Bieber’s crew, Scooter Brown, said that the 16-year-old pop star wanted to have fun by trying out a different hairstyle and decided to brush his hair in the opposite direction. People are also thinking Bieber is starting to grow up because, just like his new hair, there have been other changes in his body that has to do with something called “puberty”.

In the American Music Awards last Sunday, while performing the song “Pray”, his voice cracked midway. And then, in his latest video, fans were presented with a Justin Bieber that has a husky voice. According to reports, he is now working with a vocal coach as his voice is in the process of changing from time to time.

According to one source close to the singer, “Justin is physically developing at a slower rate than most guys so his voice is only breaking now. He’s working with the best in the business, a specialist called Jan Smith, to make sure he gets as much vocal rest as humanly possible for a working pop star. It’s the same people who worked with Usher when his voice broke.”

This, I think, cannot be avoided as Bieber is a growing boy. It won’t be long before he leaves his teenager traits behind and grow up. Yes, fans will be saddened by it, but one way or another, they have to accept that Bieber will grow up.

(credit: nydailynews.com)


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