May 14, 2010
Already eyeing his next project, Justin Bieber is set to record his new album in New York City and his record label has already filed papers to get the ball rolling.
The petition reads, “[Justin] is providing his services as a recording artist in recording studios located in New York City. The foregoing services rendered by the minor shall not, however, require excessive time as to interfere with the minor’s education and welfare.”
Meanwhile, Justin has been coping with the drama of a puberty-changing voice with the help of key changes and a voice coach.
“It cracks, like every teenage boy. Even some of the notes I hit on Baby I can’t hit anymore. We have to lower the key when I sing it live. I’m dealing with it. I have the best voice coach in the country, Miss Jan Smith.”
Though they’ve both taken digs at each other in the past, it looks like Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber have turned out to be friends after all.
The Disney darling and the “Baby” singer were spotted grabbing lunch at Ari-Ya sushi restaurant in West Hollywood recently.
Back in March, Cyrus stated that she’s not really into Justin’s music. “Bieber fever… I’m not necessarily a fan. I don’t listen to that kind of music. But my little sister was obsessed with him, and he actually gave her a shout-out on Twitter and I thought that was really sweet. So I was like, ‘Thank you so much. That meant a lot too.’ He called her a cutie, and I haven’t stopped hearing about it.”
Returning the favor, Bieber has said he’s “really glad” he isn’t a “corny” Disney personality like Miley.
Continuing along with her demanding tour, Whitney Houston was spotted leaving the Hotel de Rome in Berlin, Germany
Giving a smile and a wave to paparazzi, Miss Houston proceeded to head off to her awaiting transport as she readied to perform at Arena Leipzig.
Doing a bit better onstage since being panned in both Australia and the UK, Rolling Stone editor Anthony DeCurtis tells that he forsees a rebound for Whitney as long as she "agrees to relinquish the queenly status and adjust to less-demanding material."
"I see the problem more as psychological than physical," DeCurtis says. "You can't be working in diva mode if you're not delivering on the diva promise."
"Is it possible to sing a different kind of song when that bravura aspect is so central to who you are? She would have to see herself in a different way. Does she want to? That's the question," he adds.
Ashton Kutcher had an interview with ABC News’ Cynthia McFadden and talks about possibly wanting biological children with his 47 year-old wife Demi Moore. Read more on what Ashton had to say about his wife below.
So does Ashton, 32, plan on having biological children with his 47 year-old wife? “I don’t know,” Kutcher, 32, tells ABC News’ Cynthia McFadden.
Ashton isn’t concerned about Demi’s ability to carry a child at the age of 47.
“I think my wife is a genetic freak,” he quips. “I’m not worried.”
Kutcher is stepfather to Demi Moore’s three daughters with ex husband Bruce Willis. Ashton said now that Demi’s youngest daughter Tallulah has turned 16, that they are enjoying more “independence” as a couple. “There is a level of independence that we’ve never had since our relationship started, and an ability to spend time together doing things that we might want to take advantage of, because in our relationship we’ve always had kids.”
Kutcher tells McFadden that he’s just a “normal guy” who just wants to “go fishing.” But he says he does enjoy having a private chef..”Neither Demi or I cook,” he explains. “I have someone that cooks for me … that’s the best thing ever. I just want to show up and I want my house to be like a hotel … so I want to have a couple of options. … I like to have a couple of options.”