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Watch Justin Bieber Channel His Sensitive Side on Lip Sync Battle

The singer battles former football player Deion Sanders

Justin Bieber channeled his sensitive side to take on Deion Sanders on Lip Sync Battle.

For the first round of the competition, the pop singer got pseudo-emotional on Fergie’s 2006 ballad “Big Girls Don’t Cry.”

And Bieber finished off the song with a perfect taunt to the former football player.

It’s a stark contrast to what he ends up doing for the second round of the episode: donning a wig and eyeliner as Ozzy Osbourne.

The episode airs Thursday at 10 p.m. on Spike TV. Watch the preview above.

This article originally appeared on The Hollywood Reporter

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Watch Justin Bieber and James Corden Show Their Love for Luke Bryan

"He's so hot!"

James Corden and Justin Bieber reprised their car karaoke sketch in a clip that aired during the CMT awards Wednesday night. But this time, instead of singing Bieber’s old songs, they both freaked out about how much they love country star Luke Bryan.

“He’s so hot,” Corden exclaims. Bieber exhales approvingly as Corden talks about “getting lost” in Bryan’s eyes. Then the two launch into an enthusiastic rendition of Bryan’s “Country Girl.”

Bryan ended up winning male video of the year for “Play It Again.”

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Watch Justin Bieber Sing Car Karaoke with James Corden

The Bieb also revealed how many times he wears his underwear in a row

While you were still crying over David Letterman’s late night departure, James Corden was asking Justin Bieber if he ever makes love to his own music. While the answer to that was a sad no, there were some other interesting revelations on Wednesday night’s Late Late Show.

In the clip, Corden and Bieber drive around Los Angeles, shouting out to fans on the street and singing along to Bieber’s hit songs “Baby” and “Where Are U Now.” In between all the singing and seat dancing, Corden managed to get some dirt on the singer, like the fact that he only wears underwear once before throwing it out. (As a Calvin Klein model, perhaps he feels he has to do his part to keep the company in business?) Bieber also showed off his impressive skills with a Rubik’s Cube, which has to be seen to be beliebed.

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Justin Bieber Admits He Was ‘Disappointed’ in Himself

Justin Bieber arrives at Wango Tango 2015 in Carson, Calif. on May 9, 2015.
Richard Shotwell—Invision/AP Justin Bieber arrives at Wango Tango 2015 in Carson, Calif. on May 9, 2015.

"I was getting cockier and cockier"

Justin Bieber spent a tough few years in the spotlight and admits even he wasn’t happy with himself during that time.

“I was rebelling a little bit. I was getting cockier and cockier. I didn’t have people to check me,” Bieber tells Seventeen of his past mistakes in the magazine’s June/July issue. “I looked back and I was disappointed in myself.”

The singer – who has been apologizing over the past few months for his bad decisions – admits, “You have to own up to the mistakes.”

“You have to say, ‘I’m sorry if I’ve let you down,’ ” Bieber, 21, explains. “I always want to be honest and let people know that those mistakes aren’t who I am. Who I am is someone who really cares about people.”

And the star – who has been a global phenom ever since he shot to fame at 13 – says he was consumed with approval from social media for a bit.

“For a while, I was busy looking at my Instagram likes, and if a post didn’t get a certain amount, I was like, ‘Aw, they didn’t like the photo,’ ” Bieber, who has 27 million Instagram followers, admitted.

He adds: “But there’s always a choice: You can let Instagram or stuff on the Internet affect your day, or you can choose to not be bothered by it.”

Now, Bieber is focusing on surrounding himself with people who won’t pass judgment on him.

“I need healthy relationships with people I can feel safe with,” he shares. “People I can say whatever to, and I’m not going to be judged.”

As far as a girlfriend, Bieber – who was in an on-and-off relationship with Selena Gomez – seems to know exactly what he’s looking for.

“In a girl, I want someone who’s confident in herself and honest,” he says. “I have to find her very attractive and as someone I can see myself with for the rest of my life.”

This article originally appeared on People.com.

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Justin Bieber to Cameo in Zoolander 2

See Bieber give his best Blue Steel on Ben Stiller's Instagram

#Zoolander2 @justinbieber

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Justin Bieber is so hot right now—at least according to Ben Stiller.

Earlier this week the pop star hinted on Facebook that he was somehow involved in Zoolander 2, the upcoming sequel to the 2001 fashion-world comedy, and now an Instagram from the man who brought Derek Zoolander to life seems to confirm Bieber’s involvement.

Stiller didn’t reveal much, but he did post a black-and-white shot of Bieber giving Derek his best Blue Steel (likely shot in Europe, where the sequel is filming, and where Bieber said he was traveling to in his Facebook post). Is a runway showdown—like the one Stiller and co-star Owen Wilson did at Paris Fashion Week this year to officially announce the film—in the works? Never say never.

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Martha Stewart Says She’s All Cool With Justin Bieber

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Larry Busacca—Getty Images for TIME Martha Stewart and Kim Kardashian West attend the TIME 100 Gala at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City on Apr. 21, 2015.

The domestic goddess burned the pop idol pretty bad at his Comedy Central roast

Martha Stewart stole the show at Comedy Central’s roast of Justin Bieber, but don’t worry—everything’s cool between her and the pop star now.

At this year’s TIME 100 Gala, Stewart told TIME Bieber sent her a signed guitar to include in her upcoming auction benefitting the Martha Stewart Center for Living at Mount Sinai Hospital.

Stewart, who wrote a tribute to Kim Kardashian in this year’s TIME 100 issue, said she was looking forward to catching up with the reality TV star, whom she’s met several times before, at the annual event. “I want to know what she thought about my essay,” Stewart said.

Her admiration also extends to Kardashian’s husband and fellow TIME 100 honoree, Kanye West, of whom Stewart says she’s a big fan. According to Stewart, West once stopped by her headquarters to learn about how she runs her business and to get inspired.

“He’s a very inquisitive man,” Stewart said.

Read next: Orange Is the New Black to Feature Character Based on Martha Stewart

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Miley Cyrus Wants You to Know the Tabloids Are Wrong and She Is Not Pregnant

The "Wrecking Ball" singer is keeping her sense of humor

And by the same man we mean @justinbieber

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Miley Cyrus has a message to the gossip magazines: #GETITRIGHT. After a recent issue of Life & Style claimed the “Wrecking Ball” singer and fellow pop star Selena Gomez were once “pregnant by the same man,” Cyrus decided to shoot down a silly rumor was with even sillier response: “And by the same man we mean @justinbieber,” she captioned a photo of the cover story in question.

Gomez hasn’t joked about the rumors on social media herself, but maybe because — as someone who actually dated the Biebz for a long time — she probably doesn’t find headlines about “the desperate decisions that changed their lives” quite as funny.

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Martha Stewart’s Performance at the Justin Bieber Roast Was Worth Celebrating

The domestic entrepreneur got crass, with great results

If last night’s broadcast of the Comedy Central roast of Justin Bieber is any indication, Martha Stewart has entered a new phase of her career — and it’s one that’s defined by subverting her image. Call it an unexpected, welcome turn from a star whose perceived image of chilly perfection has too long been ripe for mockery by others. At last, Stewart seems to be in on the joke.

A transcript of Stewart’s remarks last night is available at PEOPLE; it revealed the homemaking entrepreneur as someone who was alternately extremely vulgar—remarkably so, given the public sense of her—and wittily aware of her history. Stewart has, in general, tried to put her 2004-05 prison sentence behind her, emerging from the clink to do a humorless Apprentice spinoff and spending the subsequent years rebuilding her business ventures; last night, she made frank reference to her time behind bars in giving Bieber “tips to use when he inevitably ends up in prison.”

The whole point of roasts is to mock other people on the stage in as brutal a manner as possible, and the fact that Stewart was game was a pleasant surprise; one might have imagined a figure who’s been historically concerned with projecting perfection might attempt to save face by declining to indulge in racial and sexual humor. Even when the jokes were not per se funny, as when she called comic Hannibal Buress “that gingerbread man I left in the oven too long,” the fact that they were being made by a person not historically known for taking edgy risks added a special charge. Her joke about Ludacris using her “Martha Stewart bed linens” was, structurally, a yawner, but when had we previously seen her treat her business ventures as anything but gravely serious?

Is this the real Martha? Of course not: Roasts are all about creating a vicious character. It’s not as though Stewart is about to start going after Paula Deen and Ina Garten in interviews. But the one commonality between Roast Martha and Real Martha is a certain edgy sense of risk. Stewart has always had a certain uncultivateable oddity underpinning her domestic perfection. In the distant past, there was her grim knife-wielding “I want to focus on my salad” interview, in which she was unconcerned with how threateningly grim she appeared. More recently has come an uncannily flat TV ad campaign for cough drops and a strange, untrammeled Twitter feed in which Stewart posts revolting pictures of food and defenses of drones. Both Real Martha and Roast Martha care little for what the public thinks of them. But at the Comedy Central roast, Stewart finally put all the strangeness that we know she’s capable of to use.

Here’s hoping for more of the same from Stewart: She too often, though less in recent years, comes in for mockery for a perceived humorlessness. But both Stewart’s place in the culture and her openness to all sorts of experiences, from using social media to share gross food photos to taking jabs at a pop star on a stage, are self-consciously absurd and worth celebrating. Having achieved grudging universal respect for her business achievements, Stewart is now getting the celebration underway.

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Watch Justin Bieber Apologize to His Roasters for His Past Behavior

"The things that I've done really don't define who I am"

After several hours of getting a roasting from a room full of celebrities, Justin Bieber had his chance to really hit back on Comedy Central Monday night.

“I’ve been driving recklessly, getting arrested, smoking weed, abandoning monkeys and urinating publicly. But my biggest regret is plowing my Maserati into Jeff Ross’s Saturn in the parking lot. And I feel really bad because, Jeff, I don’t know where you’re going to sleep tonight,” he joked.

Bieber then apologized for his past behavior, saying he was thrown into the life at age 12 and didn’t know what he was getting into.

“There have been moments I’m really proud of and moments I look back and I’m pretty disappointed at myself for. But the things that I’ve done really don’t define who I am. I’m a kind-hearted person who loves people, and through it all I lost some of my best qualities. For that I’m sorry,” he said.

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Watch Jeff Ross and Snoop Dogg Roast Justin Bieber

attends/speaks onstage during Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber held at Sony Picture Studios on March 14, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.
Michael Tran—FilmMagic/Getty Images Snoop Dogg and Justin Bieber onstage during Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber held at Sony Picture Studios on March 14, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.

"You are the King Joffrey of pop"

Justin Bieber demonstrated he could be an extremely good sport in the face of some pretty heavy jokes while being roasted Monday on Comedy Central.

“Selena Gomez wanted to be here but she’s dating men now,” said stand-up comic Jeff Ross about Bieber’s ex-girlfriend. “Is it true she dumped you because she grew a mustache before you?”

But it wasn’t just Bieber getting ribbed, Kevin Hart was the butt of all the small jokes and former NBA star Shaquille O’Neal was barraged with jibes about his weight.

Snoop Dogg then teased Bieber for having a pet monkey named Mally (“That monkey was more embarrassed than the one that started the AIDS epidemic”) and for being arrested and charged for dangerous driving.

“Now, Justin, you so [expletive] pretty,” Snoop said, “when the inmates saw your mug shot, they swiped right.”

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