James Corden's Carpool Karaoke has taken the world by storm, and this year for Christmas he recruited Mariah Carey and a whole host of celebs to help sing her 1994 hit "All I Want for Christmas is You." But do you recall 2015's Christmas tune in the car?
Over the weekend former NFL superstar and Super Bowl champ Keyshawn Johnson took exception to Justin Bieber's driving. According to TMZ Johnson chased down Biebs and confronted him after he felt his reckless driving could "kill someone."
Music has always had a way of connecting with people, and expressing emotions when words simply wont do. Sadly for 11-year-old Megan Ham, expressing emotion is something she has never been able to do. All of that changed when none other than Justin Bieber came into the picture.
Did you hear about the school in Brooklyn, PS 90 Edna Cohen, that decided to pull Lee Greenwood's patriotic song, "God Bless The USA," from the school's kindergarten graduation because it's not "age appropriate?" Really? Personally, I think it's despicable!
We hear stories all the time about ordinary people doing extraordinary things all over the world. But a lot of people don't realize there are people doing amazing things right in their own backyard. We thought it would only be appropriate to start recognizing these local people who are making a difference here in East Texas as well as across the country.
JB and the Moonshine Band had some fun on their Facebook page today by poking fun at all the hype surrounding the Twitter hashtag #IfIMeetJustinBieber. Check out the YouTube video they made where they make sure everyone knows who the real JB is!
When you think of country stars, you certainly don’t think Justin Bieber. But Christmas is all about sharing and caring, and the 17-year-old pop hitmaker is sharing the spotlight with country trio the Band Perry on a new holiday track, ‘Home This Christmas.’