Justin Bieber

Bieber bests One Direction's Spotify record with new single

Spotify said Thursday that Bieber's "What Do You Mean" was streamed more than 21 million streams in just five days.

The song sets a new record in the U.S. and globally, and surpassed the 20 million streams that One Direction's "Drag Me Down" launched in its debut week.

Bieber performed the song at Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards and cried after the performance.

Justin Bieber pulled over by police: Report

According to TMZ -- who posted an alleged video of the incident -- law enforcement sources said that “speed was a factor, but Justin was cited for unsafe passing on the right.” He reportedly was given an equipment violation for window tint as well. 

Nick Jonas previews the new music video for 'Levels'

The former Jonas Brother gave fans a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the new video, due to be released later today.

Jonas told MTV News: "It's about continuing to set me up as a solo artist. And give people a better idea of the looks I'm trying to go for.

"I want people to think when they watch my videos and music. I'm excited. I think it's going to be one of my strongest videos."

He continued: "The song kind of cuts a new path for me, musically. It touches some of the soul elements, but also has that funk side. I think the video means that as well, really fresh."

Justin Bieber seeks help from Hillsong church

The 21-year-old pop star, who has been making a concerted effort to undo years of bad press, has arrived in Sydney to attend the five-day Hillsong church conference.

The church confirmed the 21-year-old pop star is in Sydney, saying he was a “delegate” of the Pentecostal mega-church for its week-long conference at the Allphones Arena from Monday. The church was founded in Sydney and now has several international offshoots.