Miley Cyrus is demanding the paparazzi stop the dangerous lengths they go to to get a photo, following the death of a photographer who was hit by a car while trying to photograph Justin Bieber’s Ferrari on Jan. 1.
Cyrus has spoken out on more than one occasion about the photographers who follow her every move and this time she’s calling them fools for their reckless disregard for their own safety and the safety of other celebrities.
“Hope this paparazzi/JB accident brings on some changes in ’13 Paparazzi are dangerous! Wasn’t Princess Di enough of a wake up call?!” the 20-year-old wrote on Twitter, referencing Princess Diana’s fatal accident in 1997 while being chased by paparazzi.
Cyrus also took the opportunity to defend Bieber, who reportedly wasn’t even in the car at the time freelance paparazzo Chris Guerra was killed.
“It is unfair for anyone to put this on to Justin’s conscious as well! This was bound to happen! Your mom teaches u when your a child not to play in the street! The chaos that comes with the paparazzi acting like fools makes it impossible for anyone to make safe choices,” Cyrus wrote on Twitter.
Cyrus also made a plea to the media, tweeting at E! News correspondent Ken Baker, telling him:
“@kenbakernow you can have a big part in making that change if the photos stop being made entertainment There’s plenty of news without paps!”
CNN reports that after learning the news of the death of the photographer, Bieber offered his prayers for the man, but also called for change in the way the paps conduct themselves.
“While I was not present nor directly involved with this tragic accident, my thoughts and prayers are with the family of the victim,” Bieber said in a statement. “Hopefully this tragedy will finally inspire meaningful legislation and whatever other necessary steps to protect the lives and safety of celebrities, police officers, innocent public bystanders, and the photographers themselves.”
Miley Cyrus has called for the paparazzi to change their ways in the aftermath of a reported fatality late last night.
One photographer was allegedly trying to take pictures of Justin Bieber’s car, which had been pulled over by police for a routine check, when he was struck by another vehicle. Bieber was not on the scene, and it is unclear who was driving his car.
Writing on Twitter, Cyrus said: “Hope this paparazzi/JB accident brings on some changes in ’13 Paparazzi are dangerous! Wasn’t Princess Di enough of a wake up call?!”
She continued: “It is unfair for anyone to put this on to Justin’s conscious as well! This was bound to happen!
“Your mom teaches u when your a child not to play in the street! The chaos that comes with the paparazzi acting like fools makes it impossible for anyone to make safe choices.”
The photographer was thought to have been trailing Bieber’s car prior to the police stop.
Bieber was previously involved in an altercation with a paparazzo, and has been chased by them on many occasions.
Leading secondary ticket exchange Ticket Process, announces top-selling events for December 2012. Justin Bieber, Fleetwood Mac & Luke Bryan round out top ten events.
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1. Justin Bieber
The 18-year-old worldwide sensation is currently in the midst of a massive global tour, and TicketProcess.com is the place to go for Believe Tour tickets to any of the upcoming dates.
2. Fleetwood Mac
The classic rockers still possess all of the skills that allowed them to rule the rock world in the 1970s and 1980s, and a highly anticipated upcoming tour is the result of the talented quartet having recently reunited.
3. Luke Bryan
Bryan took the classic path to country music stardom by way of southern roots, guitar plucking at a young age and a tireless work ethic. The result is an upcoming tour that will send him to cities all over North America.
4. Bon Jovi
The living legends of rock ‘n roll seem to have found the fountain of youth, and their signature sound and energy will be rocking crowds all over the country in upcoming months.
Pink has built a reputation for being a no-nonsense punk rocker with large heapings of style and moxie, and will be on display in her live performances.
6. Kid Rock
Kid Rock keeps adding tour dates to an upcoming swing through the South and Midwest, and every show is sure to be a highly memorable evening of eclectic music.
7. One Direction
Quicker than a fuse can make its way to the gunpowder, One Direction has sparked a fire hot enough to cross the Atlantic Ocean.
8. Maroon 5
Clearly in the midst of their music making prime, Maroon 5 is anxious to take stages all over the United States in short time.
9. Lady Gaga
The leading lady of live music is back at it again, and her sound has evolved every bit as much as her look.
10. Eric Clapton When one of the greatest living guitarists in all of the world recently announced a tour that will bring together several other major talents, Clapton fans were ecstatic.
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It’s time for another edition of Celeb Insta-World. Our FashionTV team has scoured the World Wide Web to find the best Instagram photos from your favorite celebs. What better way for stars to share their holiday celebrations than through world class pictures with all their fans.
We’ve got it all — from fashion favorites to downtime with the family.
While Kim Kardashian gets her hair done, Miley Cyrus hangs out with fiance Liam Hemsworth. Justin cuddles a special someone (hint it’s not Selena!), and Zooey Deschanel lights Hanukkah menorahs (Hanukkah happened 2 weeks ago, but we just had to share this!) Rolling Stones legend Mick Jagger says Merry Christmas to all!
Finally, a picture that isn’t on Instagram, but we just had to share it here anyway. Check out what we mean below.
@justinbieber With my luv (Click here to view the photo)
Check out what the rest A-listers have been doing during the holiday season, here!
HollywoodLife is at it AGAIN.
The alleged “news” webloid is printing speculation about Justin Bieber as though it’s fact, twisting his words, misleading readers, and embarrassing itself in the process.
On Saturday, the site ran a story titled, “Justin Bieber Promises Selena Gomez: I Won’t Let You Down.”
The article begins, “Justin is doing damage control after hurting Selena multiple times in 2012. He’s promising her that he won’t let her down in 2013 — or anytime thereafter.”
The headline and the story that follows are 100 percent speculative nonsense, and HollywoodLife knows it.
Here’s what actually happened.
Bieber tweeted, “Won’t let u down” on Saturday in the context of Twitter posts about his upcoming acoustic album.
The message was directed to fans, referencing his music.
No rational observer would interpret his words as a “promise” to Gomez about personal issues.
But HollywoodLife still jumped on the opportunity to sensationalize Bieber’s simple tweet and give its readers a completely false impression.
On Friday, HollywoodLife tried to pull similar shenanigans, running a bogus story about Victoria’s Secret model Barbara Palvin allegedly “tempting” Bieber with a bikini picture.
The site wound up changing its headline after Gossip Cop called out the speculative garbage for what it was.
We can almost understand HollywoodLife’s strategy — after all, its Bieber and Gomez “sources” have proven time and again that they know NOTHING about the stars.
So what’s left except to just make up stuff?
Check out Cody Simpson‘s rendition of the holiday classic “Jingle Bells”!
The 15-year-old Aussie singer originally recorded the song for his sister Alli Simpson‘s movie The 12 Dogs Of Christmas: Great Puppy Rescue.
Justin Bieber recently talked about possibly recording with Cody in the future.
“We haven’t actually collaborated fully, but we’ve definitely gone in the studio a couple times and you know, messed around,” Justin dished to The Hot Hits.
WOULD YOU LIKE to see Justin and Cody collaborate on a song?
Justin Bieber may collaborate with Jedward, if the famous X Factor twins have their way.
John Grimes, one half of the duo, has revealed that he was encouraged by a recent meeting with Bieber’s manager Scooter Braun at the MTV Europe Music Awards.
“He was talking to us, he said that he’d seen John’s covers on YouTube because we did acoustic covers of Skyfall and Justin Bieber’s Boyfriend and he was like, ‘They were really, really good’,” Edward told Cover Media.
“Scooter Braun is a really nice guy, he’s really focused.”
And as for Justin?
“I think Justin Bieber’s really cool, he’s done a lot of good stuff.
“I think we’d like to do a duet with Justin Bieber and I think all his fans would like the idea.”
We certainly would be fascinated to see the results!
Watch John covering Justin’s ‘Boyfriend’ below.
In 1982, Prince declared that he would party like it’s 1999, the year before the predicted millennial apocalypse. Prince wasn’t necessarily saying that the world would end in the year 2000, but he was using that occasion to articulate the end-of-days revelry that he intended to mimic in his everyday merriment. January 1, 2000 came and went, and while the world didn’t end, the idea of partying like it’s 1999 has remained shorthand for the hardest type of throwdown you can imagine.
Since then the apocalypse has been anticipated on a near-monthly basis by a variety of sources both more and less credible than Prince, from doomsday religious groups, to CGI animators, to sham scientists, and most recently, a bunch of hysterics unable to look up the Mayan calendar on Wikipedia. But tragically for these wishful thinkers the world still remains, and instead of ending in a painless flash, we’re still here soldiering on in our shitty lives.
Enter Justin Bieber. In his new single “Beauty and a Beat,” Bieber ups the ante on Prince by declaring he’ll “party like it’s 3012 tonight.” At face value that augury is a life-affirming vision. We humans shall persist through each and every supposed demise. Lo, a thousand years into the future, we’ll still be partying. But Beiber misses an incontrovertible fact about the future of our planet and our species: If we make it to the year 3012, the world will be completely and utterly horrifying.
Over the course of the coming centuries, the sea levels around the world will rise, drowning most costal cities, especially those in the so-called “developing world,” which have contributed the least to climate change. The rest of the world will be ravaged by continually strengthening super-storms that will destroy oceanfront propertyin Provo, Utah. Meanwhile, the quality of air, soil, and water on the planet will continually degenerate, as our supplies of coal and petroleum are burned out entirely, and nuclear power continues to prove even more of an environmental disaster than the supposedly dirty sources it was intended to replace. And every charismatic politician, non-governmental organization, weepy liberal public relations campaign, and Potemkin wind farm will be completely powerless to stop this death march so long as profit remains the bottom line for the human race.
As the delicate global ecosystem that gently nourished the ascent of humanity begins to crumple, basic resources will disappear. Noxious air, brackish water, and nearly indigestible food will become commodities for which we risk our short, cancerous lives to procure. Wars that begin between governments over resources will rapidly degenerate into a war of all against all, as states lose their ability to provide basic services and repress populations.
Accordingly, there will be a loss of faith in the ability of logic, reason, and science to solve basic human problems. Our suicidal obsession with scientific progress will not be replaced by a more humane or spiritual conception of the universe. Instead, this will herald a new Dark Age of brutal xenophobia, superstition, and barbarism. Philosophers will extol the virtues of Enlightenment reason from torture chambers. Human sacrifices will be commonplace, disemboweled entrails will decorate our streets in vain appeals to new merciless gods.
Those who flee Earth’s crumbling, murderous, blood-drenched cities into the barren, lifeless countryside will find still more barbaric horrors await them there. The lucky will die instantly. Blood will be guzzled as once was water, and our thirst for it will never be quenched. Slayer records will be classified as Easy Listening.
In short, Justin Bieber is one sick fuck. We all know that childhood stars grow up fast, but what kind of next-level shit could Bieber have possibly gotten into over the last few years if he’s already partying like it’s 3012? And where do you go from there? The reanimated corpse of Caligula would put down his roast baby leg just long enough to tell Justin Bieber to chill the fuck out. But Bieber’s in good company: If there’s anyone in the industry who can get down with his bad new self, it’s his new collaborator, Nicki Minaj.