Justin Bieber: Vanity Fair Fella

Justin Bieber shows off the effects he has on women on the February 2011 cover of Vanity Fair magazine.

The 16-year-old musician opened up about his passion for music, being more than just normal and just waiting for the day when guys voluntarily come to his concerts. Check it:

On not getting to be just a normal kid: “It’s hard to really balance myself. A regular kid, if he catches the flu, he just gets to go home. But I can’t do that…Everything is important. But, you know, my sanity is important, too. Even if I’m angry, I’ll just put a smile on my face and fake it. I don’t often fake it—what’s me is me….I know I have to give up a lot of myself, or a lot of a private life.”

On being the object of every teen girl’s obsession: “For younger guys, it’s like [they think] they’re not cool if they come to my concert. That’ll [change], I think; it’ll happen, maybe when I’m 18. But meanwhile all their girlfriends are coming to watch me.”

On some of his biggest influences: “Music is music, and I’m definitely influenced by Michael Jackson and Boyz II Men and people who were black artists—that’s what I like. But I like their voices and I like how they entertain—it’s not about what color they are. Michael was able to reach audiences from young to old; he never limited himself. He was so broad, everybody loved him, and that’s what my goal is—to basically make people happy, to inspire them, and to have everyone root for me.”

Justin’s cover of VF hits stands this Thursday, January 6 in New York and LA; January 11 for the rest of the United States.


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