Bonnie Says: Forget Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber Is A REAL Teen Role Model Parents Can Love Too!

Thu, February 3, 2011 5:08pm EST by 16 Comments


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Parents, it’s time to get behind a 16-year-old that you should want your teen or tween to look up to. Here’s why you need to take them to see his new film, ‘Never Say Never’

I know the drill. Most parents roll their eyes when I tell them I actually like Justin Bieber‘s music and I didn’t have to be forced to take my 13-year-old daughter Leilah and her friends to one of his concerts this summer.

But here’s what I have to tell you — you should pay attention to Bieber Fever. You should encourage it in your household. In fact, you should thank the Lord there is a Justin Bieber.

You need to understand that he is not some manufactured in-studio synthesized creation.

This kid actually has talent. Major talent. He is pretty much a Michael Jackson-real musical prodigy. He sings, plays drums and guitar, and writes music exceedingly well! He doesn’t need any fancy tomfoolery in studio to sound great.

And he works hard. Exceptionally hard. He has been self-driven to perform since he was three years- old and he loves, loves, loves to sing. He’d sing every day, all day long if he could.

His new bio-documentary movie, Never Say Never, opens next week on Feb. 11 and it tells his young life story. It truly is a fascinating and inspiring story that puts Miley Cyrus — who doesn’t want to be a role model — to shame.

Bieber wasn’t born like Cyrus, the daughter of Billy Ray Cyrus, into musical royalty. He had absolutely no advantages. He’s the son of a single teenage mom who grew up in the small Canadian city of Stratford, Ontario.Before Justin Bieber came along, it was known primarily for its annual Shakespeare Festival.

Now, Bieber is the anti-Miley — though he would never say that. He embraces his opportunity to be a role model to the millions of young girls and women who worship him. And he delivers a message that all of us devoted parents give to our daughters — never give up on your dreams.

In his words: “It’s a little motto I live by. There’s going to be times in your life,” he tells his fans, “when people tell you , you can’t do something, and when they tell you, you can’t live your dreams. . . and this is what I tell them…. ‘Never Say Never!'”

Inspiring? Yes. That’s why you need to take your daughters on a double date with Justin Bieber next weekend to see his compelling and completely entertaining new film, and in the meantime, watch this clip:

EXCLUSIVE ‘NEVER SAY NEVER’ CLIP! Watch Justin Bieber Get Ready for the Performance of His Life!

. . .and be thrilled that there is a teen role model that doesn’t bong- smoke, flash his private parts, stumble out of night clubs or smash up expensive cars.

That would be Justin Bieber — Hooray!

–Bonnie Fuller

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Marc

Posted at 12:02 PM on February 9, 2011  

It may be true now, but will it be a year or 2 down the road. A life of that much privilege at such an early age tends to make people selfish, vain, and conceited over time. He will likely fall from grace like all the rest.

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bonnie shu the hell up!

Posted at 3:36 AM on February 9, 2011  

Bonnie how bout you shut the hell up!!

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Lin

Posted at 7:02 AM on February 6, 2011  

Bieber is talented, no doubt about it, but 13-year-old Grayson Chance is much better. He writes and composes his own music and plays the piano and he is also an excellent role model for teens. He came on the seen last year when at a 6th grade talent show, he sang Lady Gaga’s “Paparazzi” and he did it better than she did! Go to YouTube and listen if you don’t believe me, and listen to the songs he did write. He is amazing!

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Lin

Posted at 7:03 AM on February 6, 2011  

Sorry, that word should have been scene, not seen..lol!

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Sarah

Posted at 4:29 AM on February 6, 2011  

Wth!? He and his gf were in hotel room and nobody knws wht did thy do but i can guess miley doesnt do dirty thingz like tht but jb does cmon wake up why cant nobody see jb’s real personality

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she has rights

Posted at 3:26 PM on February 4, 2011  

The way Bonnie talks about ‘role models’ and eagerly slams Miley Cyrus at every chance she gets on this site is totally hypocritical. It just shows the double standards that are in society. Whenever Miley Cyrus exercizes her sexual freedoms-her RIGHTS- you complain about her being ‘oversexualized’, call her a bad role model, and say she needs parental discipline. But you people are totally ok with other celebrities taking off there clothes, dressing provocatively, and being sexual.

And as for Justin Bieber as a teen role model? It’s too early to tell. He’s no angel. Last year he cursed somebody out on set, had a controversy over hitting or shoving a 12 year old, (he’s 16) is dating a woman who’s almost 19, was photographed making out with her while she was in a low-cut bikini, took ‘sexy’ photos in Vanity Fair, and has a reputation for flirting with women in their 20’s (such as Kim Kardashian and Rihana)

If other celebs have the right to express and explore their sexuality then Miley Cyrus should be allowed to do the same. She’s 18.

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bea

Posted at 2:07 PM on February 4, 2011  

AND he admitted to seeing No Strings Attached, an R rated movie with STRONG SEXUAL CONTENT… YET when 16 year old Miley admitted she likes Sex and The City, everyone was quick to call her a tramp.. even with she did a 5 SECOND CAMEO WITH NOTHING SEXUAL INVOLVED in SATC2 she was called a tramp and a bad role model.. the list goes on and on and on. HYPOCRITES.

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bobo

Posted at 10:11 AM on February 4, 2011  

Justin is much better because MIley’s a drug taker as you can see .Justin is humble and has a big heart.

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Chris

Posted at 7:00 AM on February 4, 2011  

Just as one would expect from a right-wing idiot, Bonnie really shows her double standard here. As Bea said, Justin has done–at 16–all the same things Miley Cyrus did–and all the same things every normal teen does–and yet Bonnie raged against Miley and praises Justin. There’s nothing wrong with what Justin is doing–it’s normal stuff for any 16-year old, male or female. But there’s something radically wrong with Bonnie and her sexist Victorian-era double standard.

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Chris

Posted at 6:54 AM on February 4, 2011  

I predict great things for Justin as he grows as an artist and performer. He’s got real talent. But there’s a reason he sought out Miley Cyrus as an older mentor/friend who’s been through what he’s been through. There’s a reason why Justin asked Miley to duet with him and be in his movie when he could have asked just about anyone in the music business. There’s a reason why he hangs out with her every chance he gets: she is a real role model to him. If you don’t believe me, ask Justin. This should be a life lesson to Bonnie Fuller, who seems not to have learned much in her hate-filled sorry life. When you find two kids, both in the same industry and both at the top of that industry, you don’t usually find the rivalry idiotic gossip writers wish they’d find. Instead, you find mutual admiration and respect, exactly what Justin and Miley have for one another. Since they are not in a love affair, sad Bonnie can only try to manufacture a rivalry where there is none. It’s especially sad when Miley and Justin have said over and again how much they care for each other and respect each other’s talent.

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jason

Posted at 2:20 AM on February 4, 2011  

OMG! This is SOOOOOOOOOOO FUNNNNNNNNY!

HL is showing Bieber fan pics. One of them is the “Bieb” hanging out with…wait for it….wait….ok…here it is:

HOOTERS GIRLS!

LOLOL! He’s a ROLE MODEL?

Give me a break HL. You really depend upon your audience being as dumb as doorknobs don’t you?

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jason

Posted at 2:29 AM on February 4, 2011  

Bonnie,
Do you even READ what HL is going to print before you write some of the most laughable articles ever?

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jason

Posted at 1:30 AM on February 4, 2011  

Role model? ahem…HL, number 4 on your most popular list is…and I quote…”Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez’s R-Rated Date! Exclusive!”

R-Rated date? Yeah…real role model stuff.

Or is HL perhaps the most bizarrely self-contradictory celeb site on the planet?

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bea

Posted at 8:59 PM on February 3, 2011  

Justin got a tattoo at 16, is dating someone older (an adult) at 16, sends shirtless pics to older girlfriend at 16, pictured making out with a girl in a car already, shirtless in Vanity Fair at 16… all of the same things that Miley was slammed for at her age. HYPOCRITES.

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K

Posted at 9:30 PM on February 3, 2011  

I quote Bea at 110% and not for the comparison with Cyrus, absolutely in general. Bonnie, i’m really lost for words. I’m not religious but he could well be the antichrist, and he’s the incarnation of the worst lust itself, pointed directly toward little girls and your’re ENCOURAGING parents to INTRODUCE that thing in their households?? I hope you’ve been payd well.

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jason

Posted at 1:53 AM on February 4, 2011  

Totally with you K.

The only thing to look forward to is that Bonnie is a butt kisser and there are plenty of butts to kiss in lala-land.

She’s not a reporter, not a journalist and can’t even remember what she printed from one day to the next. She’s writing to the 9 – 14 tweenie crowd and playing to their ignorance.

She’s not taken seriously at all.

 
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