Top Stories

Justin Bieber May Have 'Retired'... But He's Still Singing in New Christmas Videos!

Justin Bieber May Have 'Retired'... But He's Still Singing in New Christmas Videos!

Justin Bieber definitely caused some waves on social media when he announced that he is “officially retiring” in a Christmas Eve tweet.

The 19-year-old singer later added that “the media talks a lot about me. They make a up a lot of lies and want me to fail but I’m never leaving you, being a belieber is a lifestyle. Be kind loving to each other, forgive each other as god forgave us through Christ. Merry Christmas IM HERE FOREVER.”

Now Justin is celebrating the holiday by giving his fans some unplugged and a capella videos of his new songs. Check them out below!


Justin Bieber – “Confident”

Click inside to see four more of Justin Bieber‘s special Christmas videos…


Justin Bieber – “Confident” Part 2

Justin Bieber – “Catching Feelings”

Justin Bieber – “U Smile”

Justin Bieber – “Swap It Out”
Like Just Jared on Facebook
Posted to: Justin Bieber

JJ Links Around The Web

Wenn
  • Heidi Montag congratulates Lauren Conrad on her wedding - US Weekly
  • August Alsina collapses during a performance- TMZ
  • Sharon Osbourne blasts U2 for their free album- Gossip Cop
  • Watch Bethany Mota and pro partner Derek Hough dance Jive on the first episode of Dancing with the Stars' new season- Just Jared Jr
  • Luke Perry has joined the cast of CSI: Cyber- Entertainment Weekly
  • Martha Stewart slams Gwyneth Paltrow- Huffington Post
  • Read a review of Keira Knightley's new film Laggies- Lainey Gossip
  • Jerry Seinfeld honors Joan Rivers at an award show- The Hollywood Reporter
  • Cora Keegan shows off her bikini body- Hollywood Tuna

2 Comments

# 1
David From Canada @ 12/26/2013 at 12:51 am

Peace and Strength to you, Justin

# 2
Adam Bravo @ 12/27/2013 at 8:04 pm

He needs to quit, shut up, faded away and be forgotten.

Comment and Share!








You have of 5,000 characters left.

A Member of Townsquare Entertainment News | Advertise here