Justin Beiber

Justin Bieber becomes the second person to reach 100m Twitter followers

He follows Katy Perry (103m) who managed it in June, but is in front of Taylor Swift (85.5m) and Rihanna (79.9m).

Former US president Barack Obama comes in third though with 94.3m.

To celebrate, Bieber has been given his own emoji on the site, which fans can use by using the hashtag #100millionbeliebers.

It all started for him when he was 15 and needed the hits:

Check out my single "ONE TIME" on my myspace and spread the word for me. Thanks www.myspace.com/justinbieber

Nude Bieber pics on Selena Gomez's Instagram not new

Gomez, who is the most followed person on Instagram, reportedly had her account hacked Monday and nude photos of her ex-boyfriend Bieber were posted.

They were only up for a few minutes, but long enough for the internet to go bonkers over it.

Bieber and Gomez dated on and off for several years before finally calling it quits in 2015.

Justin Bieber hits paparazzo with truck, police say

Bieber stayed at the scene during the investigation, Lt. Scott Dowling told CNN.

Video from the incident appeared to show Bieber offering assistance to the man who was hit.

Dowling said a 57-year-old man was taken to a nearby hospital with minor injuries.

No citations were issued and no other vehicles were involved.

The accident happened near the Saban Theatre, which was holding a City Church service.

Justin Bieber banned from playing Beijing

The Canadian pop singer has been banned from performing in the Chinese capital for "bad behavior," according to a statement from the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Culture in response to fans asking about the cancellation.

Justin Bieber trainer has own Instagram account

The singer threw his pair of Kanye West Yeezy Boost 350 V2s sneakers into the crowd at a concert in Frankfurt, Germany, on Sunday.

"Left Yeezy" now has more than 7,000 followers while bids for "Right Yeezy" are up to 6,550 euros (£5,754) so far.

Fans have five more days to bid on the single trainer with its condition listed as "used".

The eBay seller says he's put the shoe up for auction because he's not a huge "Belieber" and says it should go to someone who is.

He also says part of the profit will go to a local charity in Germany.

Justin Bieber might want to learn 'Despacito' lyrics

The Biebs appears on Puerto Rican singer Luis Fonsi and reggaetón star Daddy Yankee's "Despacito."

The song is sung in Spanish (the title means slowly in Spanish), and it recently hit number one on Billboard's Hot 100.

Naturally, since it's such a hot summer jam, fans have been wanting Bieber to perform it.

The trouble is, he doesn't know the lyrics.

At the recent Summerburst Festival 2017 held in Stockholm, Sweden, Bieber told the crowd he couldn't sing the song.

"I can't do 'Despacito,'" Bieber said on stage. "I don't even know it."

Bieber fans want UK tour cancellation

A group of "Beliebers" is lobbying to have his UK tour dates canceled after Monday's Manchester Arena bombing following an Ariana Grande concert that killed 22 people and left dozens more injured.

Bieber's "Purpose Tour" has dates in Cardiff June 30 and London July 2.

Some are appealing to Bieber's manager, Scooter Braun, who also manages Grande, to nix the shows.

"Next month Justin has a show scheduled in the UK, for security reasons this has to be canceled @scooterbraun," one fan tweeted. "I beg you!"

Touring is big business for music artists.

Why India wants Justin Bieber to say Sorry

But many of the 56,000 people who crammed into Mumbai's DY Patil Stadium for the Purpose tour were seriously disappointed.

The Canadian popstar didn't even try to hide his lip synching, even wiping his mouth with a towel mid-song.

His casual shorts and T-shirt also went down badly among some, who had expected him to make more of an effort.

Fans spent between Rs 5,000 (£60) to Rs 75,000 (£906) on tickets and were seriously excited about seeing the 23-year-old live for the first time.

Fears over fake Bieber and Styles accounts

The growing world of social media apps with big teenage audiences has made the situation even more difficult to police, they say.

"Identity assumption by child sex offenders is increasing quite steadily," Detective Inspector Jon Rouse, who runs task force Argos, a specialist branch responsible for tackling online child exploitation in Queensland, Australia, told us.

Bieber impersonator charged with over 900 child sex offences

The 42-year-old man, understood to be in prison, was charged in November 2016 with a number of child sex offences including possessing child exploitation material and using a carriage service to groom persons under 16.

After a thorough examination of the man's computer, he has this week been further charged with another 931 child sex offences, including, rape, indecent treatment of children, making child exploitation material, using a carriage service to procure person under 16, and using a carriage service for child pornography material.