The idea of living near Justin Bieber would make many burst out in an ear-pitching shriek, but not Kristen Bell and her fiance, Dax Shepard. While doing an interview on "The View," the pair didn't seem too thrilled about the 18-year-old living in the house behind them. Shepard explained, "The music and the parties and the paparazzi, I mean, it's like living in Lebanon now." while Bell followed up with "In his defense, I will say we don't know the exact house the music is coming from. We just know since he moved in, the music has been blaring." Other than upsetting the neighbors, what else has he been up to?
Seems like the boyfriend of Miss Selena Gomez might be expanding on his talents. During an interview, will.i.am talked about how the Canadian wanted his opinion on a song he produced. Of the encounter, he said "He taps me on the shoulder…'Yo, I want to show you this song I produced and wrote. I'm really excited about it because it's one of the first songs I produced by myself.'" Is the Black Eyed Peas singer a fan? Apparently so. He was all compliments when he said "The song was dope. He was like, 'Yeah, I wrote it for Selena. It's great.' And it was really awesome. It was, like, really, really dope." We're looking forward to judging for ourselves!
A mother-of-two recently put the Biebs in his place when she confronted him for his excessive cursing. While on a flight back from a promotional tour in Australia, the singer and his entourage were reportedly spewing a slew of curse words when the mom walked over to him in first class and asked him to "stop yelling curse words and using that kind of language on a plane. It's not appropriate." Rumor is that the celeb was quite embarrassed and apologized.
The California law targeting paparazzi who push the boundaries is being implemented for the first time after Justin was involved in a high speed chase on July 6. Paul Raef - a 30-year-old freelance paparazzo - is being charged with four misdemeanors. Bieber was doing 80 mph in his mirror-on-wheels, his chrome Fisker Karma, when he told police he was trying to escape the paparazzi. Officers reportedly saw six cars chasing him at a high rate of speed while weaving through traffic. The cars drove off when police arrived, but Raef and other paparazzi later caught up to him again in a parking garage. The "Baby" singer called 911 and when police arrived, they identified Raef from the earlier incident. If the photog is convicted on all four counts, he faces up to one year in jail and $3,500 in fines. Bet he no longer thinks the pictures were worth it. Do you think the possible punishment is too harsh?
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