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Misima cover steals hearts

Dion Kombeng and Jimmy Segodi have stolen the hearts of many with their Despacito cover, sung in the Misima language of Milne Bay Province.

Uminem

Nimau Ulibikan ge tana ta saga

Bugul gegewena ta nuhayoho

Nimam ulatahin ge tayaliyaya

Kombeng, from a mixed parentage of New Ireland, Morobe and Central, says it was a random idea to try sing despacito in a PNG language. So Segodi tried putting the Misima language to it.

“It just worked…and yeah that's how it came out,” Kombeng said.

Mumbai pulls out all the stops for Justin Bieber's first India concert

Four million dollars were invested for the Canadian pop star's first show in India on Wednesday, according to the promoter.

"We haven't cut corners on this show," said Arjun Jain, Managing Director of White Fox India. "In terms of ticketed events, this is the biggest show not only for my company, but in the history of India."

Tens of thousands of people are expected to attend the Mumbai event. Jain said that, as of Monday, more than 80% of tickets for the 60,000-capacity venue, the DY Patil stadium, had been sold. Tickets cost from $60 to $1,000.

Justin Bieber reflects on his troubled past

The 24-year-old pop star did some reflecting over the weekend.

On Sunday, Bieber posted his 2014 mugshot from his DUI arrest on Instagram, next to a current photo of himself captioned: "I love this because it reminds me I'm not exactly where I want to be but thank God I'm not where I used to be! The best is yet to come do you believe it?"

For a time, Bieber became a poster boy for bad behavior.

MTV Europe Music Awards turns its trophies purple in memory of Prince

The Canadian singer, who wasn't at the show in the Netherlands, beat Adele to best song for his track Sorry.

Justin Bieber also picked up the biggest fans' title - the third year in a row he's collected it - after a vote on Twitter and Instagram and won in the best Canadian act category.

The ceremony in Rotterdam paid tribute to Prince with purple trophies.

The star died aged 57 in April after being found collapsed in a lift at his home in Minnesota.

Justin Bieber thanked his fans on Twitter.

Justin Bieber didn't have it all his own way though.

Dedicated Beliebers in Brazil camp out for months before gig to bag a good spot

News channels in Rio de Janeiro have filmed them camping outside the Sambadrome stadium where he's due to perform in five month's time.

They're sleeping rough on the pavement - taking it in turns to study, work and eat - to make sure they bag the best spot at the gig.

They will have to be patient though. Justin will take to the stage on 29 March 2017.

"We are here for our idol," one fan told the Brazilian TV network, Globo 1.

"We are here for our love for him and that's why we did all this madness."

Justin Bieber responds to UK tour backlash

Last week he walked off stage in Manchester after asking fans to stop screaming in the gaps between songs because he wanted to talk and be heard.

But that seems to have changed last night in Glasgow, saying "certain cities" don't want to hear him out.

He posted on Twitter: "I just appreciate you guys tonight, listening to me and understanding."

Justin Bieber walks off stage in Manchester after asking fans to stop screaming

During the last of three shows in the city as part of his Purpose world tour the singer said: "I appreciate all the support, I appreciate love I appreciate the kind things.

"But the screaming in these breaks has got to stop. Please and thank you.

"I don't think it's necessary when I'm trying to say something and you guys are screaming."

When the crowd didn't go quiet he dropped his microphone and left the stage, with some fans booing as he walked away.

The 22-year-old later came back out to continue his set and explain why he'd stormed off.

Bieber tells fans he can "Cut the bulls--t" if they don't want to listen to him

During his first performance in Manchester, England Thursday night during the European leg of his Purpose World Tour, the Grammy winner tried to have a brief chat with his fans before jumping into his next song, but the boisterous crowd would not quiet down. 

"If not, I'll just get to singing," he said frankly. "I don't mind cutting the bulls--t because I don't need to talk. I'm just trying to engage, but if you guys don't want to do that then we can just play the music."

Fans did not take the comment lightly and headed to Twitter to label Bieber "rude."

About that Britney Spears, Justin Bieber rumor...

Spears has shot down chatter that she is collaborating with the Biebs. In an interview with BBC Radio 1 on Wednesday, the singer was asked if there was any truth to rumors they were working on a track together

"No, there's no truth to that at all," Spears said.

Instead talk turned to Bieber's nude photos -- which Spears called "insane"-- and her meeting him years ago.

Ryan Lochte hires Justin Bieber's former crisis manager: 4 things the Olympian can learn from the singer's troubled past

E! News has learned that the US Olympian swimmer, who has been knee-deep in international troubles following an alleged robbery in Rio during the Olympics, has sought out a crisis manager to take the lead in handling the aftermath on this matter, and it just so happens to be the former crisis manager of none other than Justin Bieber.