Justin Bieber Curated

Canadian Singer and Songwriter

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  • You go from one interview to other, you have bodyguards near you all the time, you have an extraordinary life which must put you under great pressure. How do you deal with all of this?

  • What kind of relationship do you have with God?

  • How do you choose the people you want to be surrounded by?

  • Does it worry you that it might be hard to find real love, because so many people ‘sort of’ love you?

  • Who would you stand in queue to watch perform?

  • Tell us about your biggest regret.

  • What is your favourite holiday destination?

  • How did it all start for you? How did you develop all your musical talents?

  • People go to the internet and search for you. How does it feel?

  • What is the best piece of advice given to you for dealing with fame?

  • Tell us about your relationship with your family after becoming famous worldwide.

  • What is the most fun part about being you?

  • How important is social media these days not just to you personally but also to you professionally?

  • It is known that you just can’t go out anywhere on your own. You are extremely successful. How do you enjoy your life?

  • Where did you spend your childhood? What was it like to grow up there?

    I grew up in a really rural town, Stratford, Ontario, with 30,000 people. There’s a big festival thrown in the town. A lot of people travel from all over the world to see it, and growing up, I actually used to busk on the street. I’d play my guitar, sing, and people would throw money in the case. That was really fun, and I actually got enough money to bring my mom to Florida to go to Disney World, because I always wanted to go but we never had enough money. Growing up, I played a lot of sports. I played hockey and basketball and soccer.

  • When did you know it was music that was going to be your thing?

    Honestly, it was never something that I was going to do for a living. At 13 you’re not even thinking about that, you know? I was just playing for fun and uploading videos on YouTube because I wanted to show my family. That’s when Scooter found me.

  • Who were your musical influences while growing up?

    I listened to a lot of Michael Jackson growing up. A lot of Boyz II Men. I loved Mariah Carey. Just big vocalists. I was always that kid who just wore whatever and did whatever. And my mom always supported that. So I always looked up to Michael because he was never afraid to just be himself, never tried to be anything that he wasn’t.

  • How did Scooter contact you?

    He kind of stalked me, basically. He got in touch with a lot of people in Stratford because he couldn’t get in touch with me. My mom’s last name is Mallette, and my last name is Bieber, so he contacted my great aunt, who I’d never met before. He contacted the school board. My mom was getting all these messages saying, “This guy named Scooter is trying to get in touch with you.” After a while, it got kind of creepy to my mom, so she finally gave him a call to tell him to stop calling. She ended up talking to him for about two hours. They kept in touch, and we eventually made a trip out to Atlanta to see what he’s about and to see what kind of connections he could get.

  • Had you thought about doing an album, or was it something new and amazing to you?

    No, I never really dreamed of it. I didn’t know about anything like that. So when Scooter was contacting us, I started to think, like, “Wow, this could actually be my life. I could actually do this for a living and make music and travel the world.” So that’s when I started getting excited. And when I moved down to Atlanta, I met Usher …

  • In 2010, you released My World 2.0. And “Baby” went platinum. That must’ve been so exciting. You really changed your life. Tell us more.

    I did. I moved from Stratford to Atlanta, and I met Usher pretty much right away. And that’s the relationship that got me the platform, really, to do everything. When he signed me, he called all the radio stations with me and got them to believe in me. We worked with a lot of great people from the start. Tricky [Stewart] and The-Dream actually wrote “Baby,” and they wrote a lot of big hits like “Single Ladies” by Beyoncé. So it was cool to be able to work with them right from the jump. We released that as the first single, and, like you said, it went platinum. Music was never something that I was going to do for a living. At 13 you’re not even thinking of that, you know. I was just playing for fun and uploading videos to YouTube because I wanted to show my family.

  • What interests you in the tech world?

    Just the fact that there’s such a big return. We’ve got someone who’s very smart in that world who helps us figure out what’s going to blow up and … I don’t know, I just like tech.

  • What’s your favourite mode of communicating?

    Actually, I helped start an app called Shots. It’s a selfie app, and basically it’s an anti-bullying app. You can post pictures and there’s no comments or dislikes; you can just like the photo and follow your friends. A bunch of celebrities are on there, and it’s a really safe platform. It’s one of the fastest-growing apps right now. I’ve been on Twitter since the beginning, and on Instagram. I actually just started a Snapchat, so I’ve been kind of addicted to that recently.

  • When do you think you’ll be finished?

    I actually don’t know. I’m really not worried about when it’s finished, I just want it to be perfect, so we’re taking our time with it. I’ve been working with Kanye West and Rick Rubin. We’ve gone in with a bunch of different people. I’m just trying to get the best sound and have it be consistent and make sense with what I’m going through in my life right now.

  • Were the drums the first instrument you played?

    Yeah, because it’s basic. Kids can bang on anything. When you start putting a guitar in front of them at a young age, they can get confused—there’s so many strings, and you’ve got to put your fingers in certain places. Drums are a great first instrument.

  • Tell us how did you find the courage to put yourself singing on youtube and who inspired you to put the videos up?

  • How did you pick the album cover for your very famous song ‘Believe’?

  • Which song took the longest to make?

  • Which is your favourite song to perform and why?

  • Who do you want to do a duet with in the future?

  • What is the hardest thing you have ever done in your music career?

  • What is the best thing about going out on tours?

  • What is your favourite foreign food to eat on tour?

  • Tell us how did you decide where to perform on your all around the world tour?

  • What is your favourite part of filming the all around the world tour ?

  • Tell us something your Beliebers might not know about you.

  • You are on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and you have your own website. Are you on any other social media platform?

  • How do you choose which fans to follow on Twitter?

  • Tell us about Avalanna and why she’s so special to you.

  • You live in LA, you have access to all the money in the world, you are constantly giving back and you are very charitable. What keeps you so grounded?

  • What is your biggest fear?

  • If you didn’t become famous, what do you think you’d be now? What do you think you’d do?

  • What is the most fun prank you’ve ever played on anyone?

  • If you had a chance to not be followed by paparazzi or fans, what would you do?

  • As a child star, what are your views on how child stars taken advantage of?

    There's so many people saying that if you just do this and you just sign here, everything's going to be fine, just don't worry. And you're young and you're like, 'OK, I trust you! You guys are nice to me. And you smile. And I think that you're a good person'. You just don't know their other intentions.

  • What would you like to say about Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid and Hailey Baldwin?

    They are literally the sweetest girls. They have the best hearts. They care about me in the same way that I care about them. When people say mean things about them, I get defensive and when it happens to me they get defensive.

  • What would you like to say on the success of Where Are Ü Now?

    I completely see that as being God. I couldn't have asked for a better start to all this stuff, and then the direction that it went in? That was definitely God. Because you never know when you have a hit.

  • How has helping people made you a better person?

    Giving back is one of the most amazing things that I'm able to do with my career, just being able to pay it forward. I was signed by Usher, a fellow artist, and I was recently able to sign a girl named Carly Rae Jepsen, who has a single called "Call Me Maybe," so she's blowing up right now. It's a great song. She's great, so why don't I help her get out of Canada?

  • Do you think you’ve changed since becoming famous?

    Yeah, I've changed, hopefully not for the worst since this all happened. I was young, I was 12 or 13 when everything started to happen so, of course, I've changed physically and mentally and stuff, but always kept my fans first and always kept God first. That's the most important thing.

  • Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

    I see myself acting. I have some ideas right now I'm working on. I see myself in 10 years having a family. Twenty-eight, that's a good time to really have a family 'cause I want to be a young dad. Maybe, [it's a] long time away though. Don't get any ideas, people. It's not happening anytime soon.

  • Who doesn’t follow you on Twitter that you wish would follow you?

    Beyoncé. She’s so sexy. I’m in love with everything about her. But I do love Jay-Z, so I can’t do anything about it [laughs]. I’ve had a crush on her for a long time. But I wouldn’t come between them – I would never do that” But I’m going to make her follow me just by keeping talking about it.

  • Have you studied the careers of other child stars to see what they did?

    Not really, to be honest. Because a lot of teen stars didn’t really work, did they? So I’m doing my own thing. The only person I look at for guidance is Michael Jackson. I definitely look at his career when he was young and growing up in the spotlight.

  • What’s the weirdest thing you’ve been sent by a fan?

    I’ve got a plastic golf club from a fan that was like signed by their whole family. I was like, Why’s it signed by your family, are you guys famous or something? No, we just wanted to sign a golf club for you. That’s kind of strange. And a cereal box, with cereal in it; Here you go, I got you this cereal. Hope you like it. Weird.”

  • How do you collaborate when you make your music?

  • Tell us the story behind the name ‘Purpose’. What is your purpose?

  • What is the hardest part about making an album?

  • When you are listening to your own music, do you hear something different everytime? What’s going in your mind at that time?

  • Tell us what’s your favourite part about making an album?

  • Do you miss going to high school seeing people of your age experience it?

  • Tell us when you get a number one at radio, is that something still special to you?

  • Do you enjoy performing on your old music or have you moved on from that and you are all about the new ones now?

  • What is the real you? Who is ‘Justin Bieber’?

  • How important is it for you to come in contact with people who know you for who you are?

  • What do you have to say about your religion and your belief in God?

  • How does it feel for you knowing that you’re displacing legendary names such as The Beatles, Elvis, Madonna, etc – all influences of yours?

    It’s always a great feeling to see people responding to your music positively. As an artist, it means they understand what you’re doing and that’s an incredible feeling. I don’t view setting new records as displacing anyone though. Everyone’s accomplishments deserve to be celebrated.

  • Have you noticed any different kind of feedback from the new songs? Have you reached a new fan base?

    I think my fan base is changing a lot. It changed naturally because my fans who were kids when I was a kid are now in their 20s, like me. But I also think guys are coming around - and I’m involved in skate culture and the fashion world now, which makes a difference.

  • The public saw a Justin Bieber that was constantly getting in trouble with the law, making the headlines for the wrong reasons, while behind the scenes you were apparently numbing your pain to cope with everything. Was there a breaking point that made you quit your vices and focus back on creating something special?

    I just grew up and decided it was time to take control of my life. I realised that God gave me a gift and an incredible platform to share his light and it is my responsibility to live a positive life in exchange.

  • Do you have a clear vision of how you want your sound to evolve, or is it just an instinct you follow? How do you know when something is right for you? Are you prepared to take risks?

    I think I took a lot of risks on this album. It’s a big departure from what I released in the past. It was really a virtue of gut and instinct. The music I was making with Poo Bear, Skrillex and Diplo felt right - and I was pitched and tried a lot of different things to get to the music we released. We just knew that was the sound we were looking for.

  • What part did ‘Journals’ play in inspiring you to step forward creatively, and how did it translate to what became ‘Purpose’?

    ‘Journals’, just like with ‘Purpose’, was reflective of where I was at that time in my life. I have always been a fan of R&B music. I love listening to it, writing it, singing it

  • The people around you – your team – have similarly been on the same journey as you, and it’s a close-knit family that you obviously love and depend on. How important is it for you to have this stable support, and is it difficult to maintain the work/personal balance with them?

    It’s very important and can be very difficult. I have to remind them sometimes to chill out and let me be a 21-year-old, but I know it comes from a place of love and I’m lucky to have good people in my life.

  • The public reaction to the naked pictures of you was crazy – your reputation was being picked apart. Does it exasperate you that this behaviour and these attitudes are almost accepted now, that they see you as fair game for criticism?

    I had no idea anyone would even be able to take that picture. It was a total invasion of my privacy and it wasn’t okay. I was not pleased when it happened but at a certain point you have to just keep things moving.

  • What keeps you motivated?

    I love creating. I love performing. I love my fans. That’s what keeps me motivated.

  • If you could turn off the fame for 24 hours, how would you spend the day?

    I’d probably go to Disneyland or somewhere like that and experience it like everyone else gets to.

  • At this level of success, how do you go about setting new goals for yourself? Is it easy to become lazy or complacent, and if so, what propels you to push forward?

    I haven’t had a minute to stop to become lazy. I’m in tour rehearsals now. There’s always something else to be working towards.

  • Is it easy to enjoy your success despite the disadvantages it brings? What does success look like to you?

    Success is getting to continue to perform for years to come. It will eventually mean a wife and family.

  • You’ve admitted in the past having trouble with anxiety; how do you cope with the level of invasions of privacy you suffer? What pressures does this attention put on you?

    It’s not easy. I can get frustrated. But I know this was the choice I made and I wouldn’t change my life at all.

  • Are you spending a lot of time in the studio at the moment? Is it long days and nights or are you quite strict with keeping a regular working day?

    I’ve been spending a lot of time in the studio. It’s definitely long days and nights – not normal business hours, nine to five or anything – but I try not to go too late into the night. It depends on who I’m working with because you need to find a time to work where everyone is at their most creative. I love being in the studio and writing and recording – it’s a great way to clear my head and express myself.

  • What do you think are the main differences between now and the last time you were working on an album? Do you feel lots of pressure, does it make you nervous?

    The biggest difference is that I’m older, I was 17 when I recorded most of my last album and I’m 21 now. I’ve been through a lot in a public way which gives me a much different perspective on things. I am working with producers like Kanye [West] and Rick Rubin who have influenced me and the music I listen to in a big way. The creative process this time around is more personal, when was younger I would take other people’s experiences, now I have my own to draw from and it makes all the difference because it’s a release. It’s amazing because I’m able to really work out anything I am feeling in my music. I’m nervous whenever I put out new work because it’s such a personal journey, but I try to remember music is meant to be enjoyed – so I try to roll with it.

  • It must be tough having lots of things you do taken out of context. Do you get used to it, does it affect the way you act and talk in public?

    It’s definitely hard having so many people judge you from a distance. Sometimes you just want to explain yourself, but then that’s giving into gossip and it makes things worse. It’s a tough line to walk.

  • Do you feel very American now, or still quite Canadian at heart? A lot of your inspiration is from American culture.

    I don’t feel American. I am a Canadian boy and always will be. My inspiration comes from my life, so when I’m in America I draw from what’s around me, the same way I do in the UK, Australia and Japan.

  • Where would you say has been the most inspirational or awe-inspiring place you visited?

    Probably Tokyo. I love Japan, the fashion, the culture, the shopping, the food, it’s awesome.

  • Why did Bieber abruptly end his 2017 'Purpose World Tour'?

  • How did he feel when the tour came to an end?

  • Did he knew that something was going on with his physical health?

  • How did he adapt to the experience knowing that he had the Lyme Disease? How has it adjusted his lifestyle?

  • His marriage has made a development in his life. What does he feel about this?

  • How did he know that he wanted to be with Hailey?

  • What was hurting him at the time when he said he was hurt?

  • He is still trying to make himself better. Is it because he knows that there is something that is still unresolved?

  • What directed him towards his current belief system? What was the turning point?

  • Did he grow up in a Christian household?

  • Was his past a reason behind him being lost and confused at a point of time?

  • Does he feel that at some point in life he was on a path of self-destruction?

  • This is the year 2020. How much has he changed since the last decade when he first began his career?

  • How do you feel on 2017 tour being cancelled?

    I was really tired emotionally, physically, and I was sick and I didn't realize I was sick. So I had Epstein-Barr, which is like, it's called Mono. And then I have Lyme disease. So it was that, it was just the exhaustion of just being on tour, and then it was just everything compounded I think, to be honest.

  • How is it living with Lyme disease?

    I think just making sure that I am just doing the right treatments for it, doing the right IVs and all that sort of stuff. Taking the necessary precautions, necessary to not get any worse, I guess. Listen to Hailey when she says she feels that I'm run down, and it's good to have her as checks and balances. She can let me know when I'm like, 'All right, you're looking depleted right now.

  • What is your relationship with God?

    The way I look at my relationship with God and with Jesus is, I'm not trying to earn God's love by doing good things. God has already loved me for who I am before I did anything to earn and deserve it. It's a free gift by accepting Jesus, and just giving your life to Him. And what he did is the gift, the forgiveness is the thing that we look at and, 'I'm going to worship you, God, because you gave me something so good.' And so you live that life of like, 'I don't want to cheat on my wife, not because it's the right thing to do, but because I don't want to hurt her,' see the difference there?

  • What are your thoughts on your past self-destructive behaviour?

    I don't know if I'd be alive, for sure. It was dark, really dark. So I'm very, very grateful to have influences in my life that have played a huge part in me seeing their relationship with Jesus and their relationship with their wives, and their relationship with their kids, and saying, 'That's what I want,' and I'm striving after that. So I was thinking too, obviously when we want to be successful in certain things, there's things we have to work hard at. But striving for God's love, or God's approval, or people's approval, it's like God's told me, He said, I mean I don't hear from God audibly. But I feel like God's, when he sees us, he's not this God that a lot of people think, that like judgmental, and he's a God that accepts us for who we are, and loves us through our pain and through our dirt.

  • What was your reaction on knowing Hailey Baldwin was "The One"?

    I'd seen her at an event. I'd seen her with a baby and something just clicked. It was like, 'Wow, she's the one.' I'd kind of decluttered some of my past and I was able to see really clearly. I just seen her across the room. She was holding a baby. I'd just seen the nurturing look in her eyes toward this baby. I was like, 'I want the mother of my children to look at a baby the way that she was,' and the way she was carrying it. I just seen something so special. I just was like, 'I want that.' I knew that she could offer that to me.

  • Can you speak on your marriage to Hailey Baldwin?

    I'm freaking married now. I got the best wife in the world. She supports me through so much. I'm really honored to be her husband and I just... Yes. There's more to come. I mean, I want to continue to write about what it looks like to be... This is an album I wrote in the first year of our marriage, so it's so fresh. There's so much more to learn about commitment, and building trust, and foundation. I'm looking forward to continuing to build and make music that's going to reflect that. I think I'm excited about this, but I'm just like, there's so much more. There's so much deeper levels I'm excited to go to, which is fun. It gives me something to look forward to. I think in the past, I was so caught up in all of the bad things in my life that I wasn't able to really take a second and really appreciate all the little things. Yes, I'm excited. It's going to be good.

  • Are you making new music?

    I think, again, I was dealing with a lot of fear, a lot of just... was afraid of, at that point, just even the process. What am I going to talk about again? Is it going to be received? I'm starting to compare with other artists. I think when I went on stage with Ariana Grande, I seen the reaction of how people reacted when I went on the stage. It was like, 'Okay.' He gave me kind of a boost of confidence and reminded me because it'd been so long since I'd been on stage. Just kind of reminded me what... Oh, this is what I do. This is what I'm good at. And I don't need to run away from it. I was... I was running away. I think a lot of us need to take that when something's hard. It's almost like we need to run towards the pain and run towards the hurt rather than run away from it. I think you get kind of healing when it comes to that.

  • Why are feeling protective over Billie Eilish?

    Yes, I definitely feel protective of her. It was hard for me being that young, and being in the industry, and not knowing where to turn, and everyone telling me they love me, and just turn their back on you in a second. It's hard because I want her to know that she can count on me, but at the end of the day, I don't want to... I'm never going to force myself to be in relationship with her. It has to be natural, right? I just kind of let her do her thing. If she ever needs me, I'm going to be here for her. Just protecting those moments because people take for granted, encounters. I just want to protect her. I don't want her to lose it. I don't want her to go through anything I went through. I don't wish that upon anybody. If she ever needs me, I'm just a call away.

  • What are your thoughts on starting a family with Hailey Baldwin?

    I want to start my own family in due time. I want to enjoy being married for a little bit, go on tour, be married, enjoy travelling with just us, build more of our relationship. And I think, yeah, that is definitely the next step for sure.

  • Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

    Control back, yeah. I just feel like there's so much to look forward to. I'm really excited. I'm emotional thinking about it. I'm just excited to have babies with you [Hailey]. I'm excited to just enjoy and just celebrate all the amazing things that we've been given, because we are blessed, babe. We talk about it all the time. We just have a thing where we just say, 'We're so blessed.' We are, man. There's so much pain in the world and we don't understand why. And there's so much things that are so unexplainable, but what is the reality? We are blessed, you know? It's hard, that dichotomy of like, how can we mourn the loss of someone and accept that we are still blessed? I think that's a really hard thing to discover, but I think when you get there, it's a beautiful place to be. Beautiful place to be.

  • What were you thinking of when you wrote that 'yummy, yummy'?

    My sex life.Yeah, it is what it is, right?I'm married.

  • How did you feel when you proposed to Hailey Baldwin in July 2018 for the first time?

    I was extremely nervous [when I proposed to her]," he started. "I felt like in the past, we talked about you know, me asking the question, and I felt like she would say 'yes,' so I wasn’t really nervous about the saying yes, but I think I was more nervous about 'am I gonna make this commitment? Am I able to make this commitment as a man and be able to honor, you know, what I say, you know because that's a serious commitment, when you say you're gonna love someone for better or for worse and like, be faithful.' That's huge. Am I able to do that?' And so I think that was really what I was battling with. And I finally was like, 'You know what? I'm gonna make the decision and follow through with it. Be a husband, and you know, this is what I've always wanted. I'm gonna just choose this woman and just do it.

  • What was the reason of your 2017 tour cancellation?

    "I was really tired emotionally, physically, and I was sick and I didn't realize I was sick. So I had Epstein-Barr, which is like, it's called Mono. And then I have Lyme disease. So it was that, it was just the exhaustion of just being on tour, and then it was just everything compounded I think, to be honest."

  • How difficult is it to Struggle and live with Lyme disease?

    "I think just making sure that I am just doing the right treatments for it, doing the right IVs and all that sort of stuff. Taking the necessary precautions, necessary to not get any worse, I guess. Listen to Hailey when she says she feels that I'm run down, and it's good to have her as checks and balances. She can let me know when I'm like, 'All right, you're looking depleted right now.'"

  • Would to like to comment on your spiritual affinity?

    "The way I look at my relationship with God and with Jesus is, I'm not trying to earn God's love by doing good things. God has already loved me for who I am before I did anything to earn and deserve it. It's a free gift by accepting Jesus, and just giving your life to Him. And what he did is the gift, the forgiveness is the thing that we look at and, 'I'm going to worship you, God, because you gave me something so good.' And so you live that life of like, 'I don't want to cheat on my wife, not because it's the right thing to do, but because I don't want to hurt her,' see the difference there?"

  • Would you like to say something about your past behaviour?

    "I don't know if I'd be alive, for sure. It was dark, really dark. So I'm very, very grateful to have influences in my life that have played a huge part in me seeing their relationship with Jesus and their relationship with their wives, and their relationship with their kids, and saying, 'That's what I want,' and I'm striving after that. So I was thinking too, obviously when we want to be successful in certain things, there's things we have to work hard at. But striving for God's love, or God's approval, or people's approval, it's like God's told me, He said, I mean I don't hear from God audibly. But I feel like God's, when he sees us, he's not this God that a lot of people think, that like judgmental, and he's a God that accepts us for who we are, and loves us through our pain and through our dirt."

  • How did you know that Hailey Baldwin was "The One" you want to marry?

    "I'd seen her at an event. I'd seen her with a baby and something just clicked. It was like, 'Wow, she's the one.' I'd kind of decluttered some of my past and I was able to see really clearly. I just seen her across the room. She was holding a baby. I'd just seen the nurturing look in her eyes toward this baby. I was like, 'I want the mother of my children to look at a baby the way that she was,' and the way she was carrying it. I just seen something so special. I just was like, 'I want that.' I knew that she could offer that to me."

  • Do you want to share something about your marriage?

    “I'm freaking married now. I got the best wife in the world. She supports me through so much. I'm really honored to be her husband and I just... Yes. There's more to come. I mean, I want to continue to write about what it looks like to be... This is an album I wrote in the first year of our marriage, so it's so fresh. There's so much more to learn about commitment, and building trust, and foundation. I'm looking forward to continuing to build and make music that's going to reflect that. I think I'm excited about this, but I'm just like, there's so much more. There's so much deeper levels I'm excited to go to, which is fun. It gives me something to look forward to. I think in the past, I was so caught up in all of the bad things in my life that I wasn't able to really take a second and really appreciate all the little things. Yes, I'm excited. It's going to be good.”

  • How was the experience of making this new music?

    "I think, again, I was dealing with a lot of fear, a lot of just... was afraid of, at that point, just even the process. What am I going to talk about again? Is it going to be received? I'm starting to compare with other artists. I think when I went on stage with Ariana Grande, I seen the reaction of how people reacted when I went on the stage. It was like, 'Okay.' He gave me kind of a boost of confidence and reminded me because it'd been so long since I'd been on stage. Just kind of reminded me what... Oh, this is what I do. This is what I'm good at. And I don't need to run away from it. I was... I was running away. I think a lot of us need to take that when something's hard. It's almost like we need to run towards the pain and run towards the hurt rather than run away from it. I think you get kind of healing when it comes to that.”

  • Do you feel protective over Billie Eilish?

    "Yes, I definitely feel protective of her. It was hard for me being that young, and being in the industry, and not knowing where to turn, and everyone telling me they love me, and just turn their back on you in a second. It's hard because I want her to know that she can count on me, but at the end of the day, I don't want to... I'm never going to force myself to be in relationship with her. It has to be natural, right? I just kind of let her do her thing. If she ever needs me, I'm going to be here for her. Just protecting those moments because people take for granted, encounters. I just want to protect her. I don't want her to lose it. I don't want her to go through anything I went through. I don't wish that upon anybody. If she ever needs me, I'm just a call away."

  • How about starting a family with Hailey Baldwin?

    "I want to start my own family in due time. I want to enjoy being married for a little bit, go on tour, be married, enjoy traveling with just us, build more of our relationship. And I think, yeah, that is definitely the next step for sure."

  • Where do you want to see yourself in the next 10 years?

    "Control back, yeah. I just feel like there's so much to look forward to. I'm really excited. I'm emotional thinking about it. I'm just excited to have babies with you [Hailey]. I'm excited to just enjoy and just celebrate all the amazing things that we've been given, because we are blessed, babe. We talk about it all the time. We just have a thing where we just say, 'We're so blessed.' We are, man. There's so much pain in the world and we don't understand why. And there's so much things that are so unexplainable, but what is the reality? We are blessed, you know? It's hard, that dichotomy of like, how can we mourn the loss of someone and accept that we are still blessed? I think that's a really hard thing to discover, but I think when you get there, it's a beautiful place to be. Beautiful place to be."

  • You just turned 26, what is the best gift you got for your birthday?

  • What she did it up your house? with balloons or something else?

  • What body part are you most proud of?

  • Hailey Bieber smells like?

  • When you annoy Hailey?

  • What is Hailey's pet name for you?

  • 3 things you must do everyday?

  • Say something sexy in a canadian accent?

  • Tell us about your musical talents?

  • How did you developed your musical talents?

  • How did you go from just learning and playing guitar and making videos and put it to internet?

  • How did you decide which song you want to sing?

  • Do you respond to the people who write you?

  • How does it feel that people are going to internet and looking for you?

  • What your school mates think about this?

  • How did Asher find you?

  • What kind of career you like to have?

  • How did you start playing guitar?

  • What is the first song you learnt to play?

  • Who inspires Justin Bieber?

  • How much Asher have to do with your new single?

  • Any Micheal jackson song Justin want to play?

  • What Justin Bieber said about his battle with addiction?

    “It was just an escape for me. I was young. My experience was in front of cameras and I had a different level of exposure.” “…I started valuing the wrong things in this business because there were things dangling in front of me. The truth is, I never had the tools. My parents never gave me those tools to be a good team player.”He continued: “I was, like, dying. People don’t know how serious it got It was legit, crazy scary.” “I basically said to myself, ‘God, if you are real, you get me through this season of stopping these pills and stuff, and if you do, I’ll do the rest of the work.’ I never did the actual work. “I got off the pills but never went to the root of everything so I just circled back around which most people do.”

  • When Justin pictured looking unwell, what was his reaction?

    “While a lot of people kept saying Justin Bieber looks like shit, on meth etc, they failed to realise I’ve been recently diagnosed with Lyme disease, not only that but had a serious case of chronic mono which affected my, skin, brain function, energy, and overall health.”

  • Do you have favorite memory of this show?

  • The excitement and noise you were surrounded with, how did those thing effected you as a person?

  • What Justin Bieber told about fighting depression?

    “I don’t even think I should be alive never mind thrive,”

  • What he told about his manager Scooter Braun?

    “You walked with me through a lot of sh-t,”

  • How Justin recalled having “grown up in the industry” and being “hurt by the industry” and “the people” who work in it?

    “There’s power in weakness,” he said, his voice quivering. His creative work, added Bieber, is “a reflection of that … thank you for loving me at my worst.”

  • What Justin said abbout his album 'Changes'?

    "This is an album I wrote in the first year of our marriage, you know, so, it's like, it's so fresh," the singer said recently.

  • How justin describes marriage?

    "There's so much more to learn about commitment and building trust and foundation. I'm looking forward to continuing to build and make music that's going to reflect that," Bieber continued.

  • What Justin thinks about his wife Baldwin?

    "I got the best wife in the world. She supports me through so much. I'm really honored to be her husband,"

  • How do you see your fame at such a young age?

    I started doing pretty heavy drugs at 19 and abused all of my relationships. I became resentful, disrespectful to women, and angry. I became distant to everyone who loved me, and I was hiding behind, a shell of the person that I had become. I felt like I could never turn it around.

  • What is your outlook on child stars?

    Have u noticed the statistics of child stars and the outcome of their life? There is an insane pressure and responsibility. brain, emotions, frontal lobes (decision making) aren’t developed yet. Humility comes with age.

  • How do you see your marriage with Hailey Baldwin?

    An amazing, crazy, new responsibility.

  • You have not performed much this year or put out much music. Why?

    I got really depressed on tour. I’m still processing so much stuff that I haven’t talked about. I was lonely.