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Justin Bieber shows vulnerable side as comeback gets under way

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I don't buy it. The guy's a punk, who happens to have a lot of money.

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"The guy's a punk, who happens to have a lot of money."

He probably has a lot less money, hence the crocodile tears.

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He's also kind of an idiot if any of the interviews I've seen are any indication.

..that is to say, easy to control by his handlers.

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His latest huge international hit produced by Skrillex and Diplo “Where Are Ü Now” featuring Justin on vocals … well, it’s good. It’s really, really good. The video is also more artistic, sorrowful and meaningful than the song you hear on the radio. What a wonderful vision the team had for this banger hit. Great Job Jack U and Justin!!!!!

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And to think this King of the Knuckleheads is a Canadian...that's unbeliebable

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He is amazingly gifted. Every tone of his voice sound artistic.

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Confirmation that I am so out of touch. Here is a guy making a comeback, and I didn't even know he was here the first time.

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I have not liked this guy for a long time sicne he became such an arrogant little brat. Urinating in the janirot's bucket in the back room of a restaurant and all kinds of idiotic things. Good looking kid. Good voice, but horrible personality. I am really hoping that he gets his act together and starts acting like he should though. Just sing, act responisbly and be thankful for where you are and what you have. And above all else, be respectful and not act like a schmuck.

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Last time I was at an award show I was booed,” Bieber told Fallon on Wednesday.

Because you left a trail of immature, disrespectful destruction behind you everywhere you went, Justin.

As gifted a singer as he may be, he still behaved like a chlidish, impudent jackass throughout the vast majority of his relatively short but baffliingly brilliant career.

If he's actually going to make an effort to not be a twit, then the best of luck to him.

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The beaver cried a river and the idiot fans fell for the crocodile tears. The guy is an entertainer and the fan are idiots who don't know a put on act when they see one he specifically said he got booed last time and didn't know what to expect. Here is a guy who said he could care less of what people thought about him. So his handlers said fake a cry and the fans bought it. Not me!

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When he's 48 and has a pot belly and is still looking for fans by acting like a punk rich kid, this will be sad.

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If his music was good, I wouldn't care he is such a poor kind of person. But his music is garbage.

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When he's 48 and has a pot belly and is still looking for fans by acting like a punk rich kid, this will be sad.

But he's not is he. He's young, rich, and good looking. Something pretty much all of us would love to be.

If his music was good, I wouldn't care he is such a poor kind of person. But his music is garbage.

Not my style, but if you've ever seen him playing acoustic guitar and singing, he's very talented.

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To be honest as much as I'm not a fan, he did a nice little fun drum battle on Jimmy Fallon, wasn't actually too bad, and entertaining, and thats what entertainers are suppose to be I guess.

Managed to get past the one hit wonder, perhaps if he keeps from destroying himself he will have a long career.

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