Bravado, the world’s leading global music merchandising company, and Ashtel Dental, a leading provider of dental products nationwide, announced plans today to launch an exclusive full line of dental care products for teens and adults based on the critically acclaimed music superstar, Justin Bieber. The announcement was made today by Felix Sebacious, Senior Vice President of A&R for Bravado, and Anish Patel, Chief Executive Officer of Ashtel Dental.
The Bieber collection will add to Ashtel Dental’s kids’ talking toothbrush. The new product line aims to attract the Justin Bieber fans to “get their Bieber smile today.” The Bieber dental product line includes manual toothbrushes, two singing toothbrushes, dental floss, a flosser with the shape of a microphone, and a travel kit. The two singing toothbrushes are the hottest items of the Bieber dental product line, featuring some of the young pop star’s hit singles, that include “U Smile,” “Baby,” and “Somebody to Love.” The new line of Bieber dental products will be available in retailers in summer 2011.
Justin Bieber is a true global phenomenon and Bieber fans will be thrilled to have the chance to own a toothbrush where they hear Justin’s voice singing to them while they brush.
Now this is what we call ‘Phenomenal’.
Justin Bieber Thinks Charlie Sheen Is Most Influential Person in World
Getty Images”He’s got a million followers in one day on Twitter,” says the singer. “I’ve never seen that happen before.”
Justin Bieber thinks Charlie Sheen is the most influential person in the world.
His reasoning? “He’s got a million followers in one day on Twitter. And . . . I’ve never seen that happen before,” Bieber tells Time magazine (via the New York Post). “Plus, he’s got tiger blood, and he’s always winning.”
Still, Sheen didn’t make the Time 100 list of the most influential people, which was released Wednesday.
The group will be feted at the Time 100 Gala on Tuesday. Sting and Bruno Mars are slated to perform.
Sure, he’s got hits like Baby to his name, been the star of a 3-D movie biopic (Never Say Never), and won Artist of the Year at the American Music Awards last year.
Not to mention he can count celebrities like Usher and Kim Kardashian as friends.
But when it comes to his adoring public, he’s got to be careful, he told reporters at a press conference at the Singapore Indoor Stadium yesterday, hours before he took to the stage for his sold-out gig here.
Addressing why he did not stop to greet his fans after landing at Changi Airport on Monday, he said:
“It was a security concern… It wouldn’t have been safe for me.”
One gets the feeling that Bieber – who released his debut EP, My World, in 2009 – wishes that his worshippers would tone it down.
“The screams and stuff, I haven’t really got used to that. It’s still crazy to me,” he said.
He added sombrely: “I love my fans, but I just can’t be put into positions where I’m in danger. Sometimes, the girls get a little crazy and want to just grab me.”
Indeed, the 17-year-old – who travelled here with a team that includes his mother, Ms Pattie Mallette – inspires pandemonium.
Last year, an appearance in Australia was cut short when a stampede among his fans broke out. And in Jerusalem earlier this month, he was reportedly mobbed on arrival. Sight-seeing plans had to be cancelled, thanks to what is now known as “Bieber fever”.
And last month in Liverpool, two of Bieber’s female fans disguised themselves as hotel cleaners, and sneaked into his suite.
Justin Bieber’s army of international fans led to one of the most popular icons in Israel being shut down last week.
The 17-year-old pop sensation went to visit the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem last week in some time off from his tour of the country.
Unfortunately for the ‘Baby’ star, he was unable to concentrate due to the large groups of girls gathered in the area. Hollywood Life claims that Bieber was surrounded by security guards which drew the attention of passing tourists.
The area around the wall was then shut down because the site couldn’t handle the fan frenzy.
After his performance in Tel Aviv last week, Justin Bieber enlisted hordes of security guards to keep fans and photographers away so he could visit religious landmarks in Jerusalem and “walk where Jesus did”.
He wrote on Twitter, “Last night after the show I was able to see Jerusalem… really incredible experience. Thank you for those who helped make it happen… Got to see the (Wailing) wall and the tunnels and even a sacred bath that Jesus could of bathed. Incredible.”
Most incredible is how very little Bieber and most American Christians actually know about Jerusalem today; or that 2,000 years ago the cross had no religious meaning and was not a piece of jewelry.
Jerusalem in the distance from a rooftop in Bethlehem
The 17-year-old, pop star has captured the entire world with his fever and is famous world wide. He went for trip to the south, where he was recognized by the tourists. They stopped and started taking pictures of Bieber, though he escorted with heavy security. It was a tough job for the security to stop the fans and the tourists, as the place could not manage the excitement of the fans. As a result, Bieber and the security closed the monument to escape from the tourists and the fans.
It is not for the first time he faced the problems being surrounded by the fans. He faced the similar problems with paparazzi in Israel, as he was captured by paparazzi, despite his request to respect his privacy, while he was visiting the holy places along with his family. He was annoyed with the media.
Now thats what we call as disadvantages of being famous!
“I know we are only one show into the season, but I am guessing he must be a big favourite already,” says J-Biebs.
“He really was an amazingly talented guy. I am sure his life will never be the same again.”
As you can see from the video, the judges looked like they didn’t expect Michael to be up to much when he walked on stage, judging his outfit and choice of budget airline (naughty Michal McIntyre! Although it could have been to do with the colour orange he was wearing…).
“It’s a cliché but these shows were designed for people like Michael,” the Biebster continues.
“You’d think, after Susan Boyle, people would be prepared for the unexpected. But I still don’t think anybody expected that.”
Wow. Actual wise words from Justin Bieber. Who would have thought?
Did you catch Britain’s Got Talent? What did you think of Michael Collings? Do you agree with Justin?