It's the first time they're spotted together in public in months.
Ever since releasing his debut album, “My World 2.0,” in 2010, Bieber has build a fan base, known as “Beliebers,” and say they’ve caught a case of “Bieber Fever.” He is known for such hits as “Baby,” “Sorry,” “Love Yourself,” “What Do You Mean?
We were in a hilariously gigantic suite on top of The Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills, and he was a short fellow, barely over five feet tall.
At the time, with the imminent release of the propaganda film Never Say Never, which would become the highest-grossing concert film in history, Bieber Fever was reaching its shrillest pitch, but the boy himself, approaching his 17th birthday, seemed unfazed.
As we spoke, Bieber struck me as a precocious kid, talking about mastering the Rubik’s Cube and spewing forth lines memorized from rap songs and Will Ferrell comedies.
“Justin is just freakishly good at everything he did or does,” said his mother, Pattie Mallette, a thoughtful, soft-spoken woman so tiny she stood at least a head shorter than her son. At 2, he was having full conversations on the phone. How come if someone’s following you, it’s a crime, but if they’re following you with a camera, it’s just okay?