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A lot of changes have been happening in Victoria Justice's life lately! Not only has she been having a great time working on her new show, Eye Candy, for MTV, but she reportedly just became single... but then went right off the market again!
According to Us Weekly, Victoria and her longtime boyfriend Ryan Rottman split because "they are at different points in their [lives]," leaving her open to a new relationship with her Naomi and Ely's No Kiss List co-star, Pierson Fode!
According to the magazine's source, Victoria and Pierson were seen getting extra cozy at Beyonce's concert recently, saying, "Their PDA was on a different level throughout the concert. They were super affectionate and open about it. Her arms were around him most of the night, dancing and kissing."
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Over the weekend, Justin Bieber helped his manager Scooter Braun ring in his 30th birthday in L.A. with the likes of Kim Kardashian, Paris Hilton, and Mary J. Blige. During the bash, Usher preformed his hit song "DJ Got Us Falling in Love" and Justin helped out by backing him up with his dance skills!
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Check out Justin getting down at Scooter's party!
In other JB news: Justin is set to make an appearance at the BET Awards on June 26. It is not confirmed whether he will perform or present.
What do you think of Justin Bieber's dance moves? And will you be watching the BET's to see him possibly perform?
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While we've been convinced for months now that Austin Mahone and Fifth Harmony's Camila Cabello were secretly dating, it turns out the heartthrob might have his eye on the member of another girl group: Leigh-Anne Pinnock from Little Mix!
"Yeah I fancy [Leigh-Anne]. Does that mean I like her? Yeah I like her," Austin revealed to Capital FM at the Summertime Ball last weekend.
When they asked the "MMM Yeah" singer where he'd take the Little Mix star on a date in London, his response was just as romantic as you'd expect!
"I don't know any cool places but I’ll find a nice restaurant," Austin said. "Maybe I'll have a little thing set up in the London Eye and have them stop at the top and have a nice dinner."
Aww, that sounds amazing — but we're guessing that Leigh Anne's longtime boyfriend Jordan Kiffin wouldn't be too happy if it really happened!
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We were lucky enough to chat with Owl City's singer/songwriter, Adam Young, at Arthur Ashe Kids Day where he, The Wanted, Carly Rae Jepsen, Mindless Behavior and others rocked the house with amazing performances! Behind the scenes, Adam talked to us about the success of his third album, Midsummer Station, and the inspiration behind it and how that infectious summer-hit "Good Time" with Carly Rae came to be!
J-14: So we hear you knew Carly Rae before the song happened? How did that all come about? Adam: We were fans of each others' music, and at the time, she had just been signed to her management who my manager knows. Both managers were friends. They kind of put us together on more of a business side, and the song just kind of happened.
J-14: Why is the album called Midsummer Station? Adam: It's kind of an abstract title for a good reason because it's sort of an open-ended idea that makes you maybe feel a certain way. It's all about the imagery. It's all about "What is it?" It kind of means something to you in your own head. Everyone's perception hopefully is different.
J-14: What does it mean to you? Adam: It's means somewhere safe I can go, maybe like a cabin in the woods or a beach house in Hawaii. It's some place I can go and visualize. It's safe, and I can shut the door, and I can recharge. I can be safe, and it's somewhere I can to and come back from whenever I want.
J-14: And "Shooting Star." Were you inspired from a specific incident? What inspired that song?
Adam: The instrumental track of that song was actually an idea that I produced a few years ago that didn't make a cut on one of my previous records. I had this instrumental idea that I fell in love with, but it was sort of middle-of-the-road, and it wasn't really going anywhere. I got together with Stargate, a great production duo from New York, and they helped me bring it across the finish line.
J-14: We're big fans of Relient K, and we were so exited that you've been working with Matt Theissen. How did you guys meet? How did you cross paths? Adam: I grew up with Matt's music. I was a big Relient K fan, too, growing up. I didn't know him until my manager said, "If you want to start thinking about collaborations, maybe we can put you together with some people in the industry," and Matt was on my list, of course. It was as simple as giving him some music, and he was gracious enough to listen to it and enjoyed it enough, so we got in the same studio and just became friends first and then we started writing music after. It was really cool.
What's your favorite track off Owl City's 'Midsummer Station'?
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We never stop hearing about Justin Bieber. Not for his hit singles, but for becoming Hollywood's latest bad boy. From reckless driving in his neighborhood to other wild behavior, it's like the Biebs just can't catch a break. Luckily, someone is backing him up -- Usher, who's been there for him since the start.
In an interview on Ellen, Usher made sure everyone knows just how hard it is for a 19-year-old who's constantly in the spotlight.
"Key word, you started with young," he told the talk show host. "And I think all of us in some way have humble beginnings that pan out to be incredible and we hope that in his transition as friends and family who has helped him be who he is that he'll continue to just mature. But in this days age of social media, there is no privacy and that kind of trail and elimination period is kind of done in front of a camera."
Usher also wanted to defend all of the negative press Justin received in the past, saying, "It's been done in many, many other celebrities are product of it and some come out bad and some come out good. I'm hoping for the best."
Usher doesn't look at his behavior as a negative, though. He looks at it as Justin just being a teenager -- "a teenager having to live his life in front of a camera."
How do you feel about Justin's recent behavior? Does he have an excuse because he's young?
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Just two days after Justin Bieber: Never Say Never hits theaters, Justin will be taking the stage with Usher at the Grammys.
No word on if they're performing "Somebody to Love" or another song, but their duet joins a list of other highly-anticipated duets at the award show including Drake and Rihanna and Eminem and Dr. Dre. Jaden Smith is also scheduled to hit the stage with them.
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J-14 will be at the Grammys -- so stay tuned for all our coverage straight from the red carpet!
What song do you think Justin Bieber and Usher will sing?
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