Thursday, May 31, 2012

Tuned In: Justin Bieber Announces North American Tour - Celeb Music

Tuned In: Justin Bieber Announces North American Tour - Celeb Music
Justin Bieber Announces North American Tour

Ladies and gentlemen, break out your earplugs: Justin Bieber has just announced a 47-date North American tour. Mike Diamond has opened up about Adam Yauch's last recordings. And theatrical pop stars fun. are the latest musicians to voice their support for gay marriage.

• Contrary to MediaTakeOut's recent work of hilarious fanfiction, Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez have not broken up (and most certainly not because he's been creeping on her with Rihanna). The Canadian pop star grinned through a series of questions about his very public displays of affection with Ms. Gomez during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. He also dropped some big news: He's going on tour this September!

Bieber will perform 47 North American dates on his Believe World Tour, which kicks off September 29 in Glendale, Arizona, and wraps up January 26 in Miami, Florida. Bieber will then leave the states for arenas across the globe, because he loves money, cars, and $20,000 necklaces.

• Carly Rae Jepsen will join Biebs on his tour.

Lil Wayne might be a daddy 5 times over. (Getty)
• Lil Wayne loves money, cars, necklaces, and babies, so he's probably happy thrilled that baby No. 5 is reportedly on the way. We know it's not possible, but wouldn't it be awesome if all of Weezy's babies emerged from the womb sporting teardrop tattoos and braids?

• The Beastie Boys' Mike Diamond gave a poignant interview about the late Adam Yauch to Rolling Stone this week, revealing that he's not entirely sure about the future of the Beastie Boys without Yauch: "I can see making music. I don't know about a band format. But Yauch would genuinely want us to try whatever crazy thing we wanted but never got around to."


• Yet more reason to love fun.: the band's guitarist, Jack Antonoff, voiced his support for gay marriage during an appearance on Dutch radio this week.

"America is not as forward as some other places in the world. It's nice to come to countries where you don't have any second-class citizens because everyone's equal. That's a good feeling right off the bat. Whenever we know we're going to be somewhere that has equal rights we just get like a warm feeling in general about the place."

The Netherlands became the first country to legalize same-sex marriage in 2001. Watch their wonderful Carly Rae Jepsen cover.


[Picture] • The collection of fancy haircuts known as Hot Chelle Rae performed at Long Island's Bethpage High School on Monday at an event hosted by The Candie's Foundation. Teen pregnancy awareness never rocked so hard.

• Indie it-girl Grimes has released a new music video for her single "Nightmusic" featuring Majical Cloudz. It's kind of like a scary trip in an Appalachian winter forest.

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