Justin Bieber landed in Tel Aviv Israel & was spotted eating baked goods before going to the Sheraton hotel. Today, he went to the Tel Baruch beach in Tel Aviv. In order to confuse the fans and paparazzi, Justin booked suites in five different hotels, one of them is located in Jerusalem, where about 15 girls stayed to see him, but he didn’t end up going to that one. Credit: Mako. Thx Bar.
Dolce & Gabanna told Vogue: ‘It might be slightly premature to talk about him as a style icon, but it’s impossible to deny that he’s a model for his peers. Every age and every generation has its icons after all.. We like him a lot, although he’s very young. He’s very attentive towards style and he takes care of his look.’
Justin is trying to gain dual citizenship in United States. A source told In Touch:‘Justin loves Canada, but he’s looking into dual citizenship. It will be easier for him to work here if he became a US citizen. His business is here and he needs to be here so much of the time. It would be a smart move for him.’
Justin Bieber is one of the most talented teenagers going round…but now he’s also one of the wealthiest. It’s been estimated that the pop star has made at least $100 million over the last couple of years!
Apparently The Biebs earns approx. $300,000 per concert, whilst also raking in coin for album sales, merchandise, celebrity endorsements and personal appearances.
Looks like his wealth is set to soar too…he’s just signed a 2 year deal with an acne treatment cream ‘ProACtiv’, which will earn him a whopping $3 million.
But while he’s still under the age of 18, he has to abide by his Mum’s rules. Currently Justin only gets $50 spending money per day, and if he doesn’t do his homework he gets grounded!
Do you think Justin will spend his money wisely…or blow it all when he turns 18?!
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Some 700 children from southern Israeli communities that have been hit by rockets and missiles from Gaza were given free tickets to pop star Justin Bieber’s concert.
The tickets for Thursday’s show in Tel Aviv, as well as transportation, are a gift of The Schusterman Foundation-Israel, The Morningstar Foundation and ROI Community of Young Jewish Innovators.
ROI approached The Schusterman Foundation to help cover the costs of the tickets, which were provided at a discount to help the Israeli children.
“I feel blessed to partner with The Morningstar Foundation to counter the din of missiles and mortars with the exuberance of rock music for these young Israelis,” Lynn Schusterman said in a news release.
Bieber arrived Monday in Israel and is scheduled to tour the country. The teen idol reportedly will visit Christian sites in the Galilee, the Dead Sea, Masada, Acre and Caesaria. He also reportedly is scheduled to meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
With ticket sales slower than expected, concert promoter Gadi Oron announced Sunday that a parent could enter the concert free with the purchase of two tickets for children at the regular price. Many Israeli parents have balked at sending their young teens alone to a major rock concert in the middle of Tel Aviv.