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The 'Confident' singer shares a photo of him posing with Kylie and another female friend when they were in Las Vegas to attend Floyd Mayweather's boxing match.
After Bieber congratulates Grande on her chart-topping new single and posts a photo of them hanging out in a studio together, the Nickelodeon star says, 'Secrets out now.'
In the track, the Canadian pop star thanks his fans for their support and tells haters that he'll be 'here to stay.'
A source claims that the 'Confident' singer is in New York City to work on a campaign for Calvin Klein alongside Kendall Jenner.
In the ballad song, the on- and off-boyfriend of Selena Gomez croons about struggling to have a normal relationship.
An affidavit filed by the Los Angeles County Sheriff also reveals that the 'Baby' singer seemingly laughed with friends following an egg attack to his Calabasas neighbor's house.
The Canadian singer, who wears a checkered top, a fedora and a pair of sunglasses, makes funny faces as he makes his way to a waiting car.
The singer had just returned from an Asian trip when he was stopped for a standard operation against such people with criminal cases like him.
The 'Beauty and a Beat' hitmaker is sorry as saying, 'I was mislead to think the Shrines were only a place of prayer.'
TV host Ryan Seacrest says that he got the chance to listen to the new song and watch the new music video when he recently met the former Disney star.
According to an eyewitness, the 'Come and Get It' singer hangs out with the Canadian heartthrob all day and sits on his lap at one point.
Beyonce dances onstage as her sister Solange sings 'Losing You', while the No Doubt member and the Canadian star appear during Pharrell and Chance the Rapper's sets, respectively.
The two stars, who last year partnered for Bieber's track called 'Backpack', are photographed logging some studio time together.
A site shares a digitally-altered photo of Bieber and Mahone kissing, accompanied by a fake quote from the star which reads, 'Meet my new boyfriend. I'm Bi."
The former teen idol says in an episode of 'Oprah Prime' that Bieber 'makes really good music' and he has 'tremendous empathy' toward the Canadian singer.