Justin Bieber Gives Advice to His Competition: Not One Direction, But Austin Mahone!
Justin Bieber is pretty much at the top of his game–the 18-year-old heart-throb has a gorgeous girlfriend in Selena Gomez; he’s got a countless crush of Beliebers from the United States to all around the world; his latest single “Boyfriend” is a huge hit as his album, Believe; and he has a new Girlfriend, too: his latest fragrance. Of course, that’s just skimming the surface of what this pop sensation has going for him.
But, will Bieber continue to melt hearts and be the center of many young girls’ attention, especially with new hot topics taking the stage like One Direction. The British boy band’s Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson and Zayn Malik have recently taken the States by storm with their music–and their young, handsome looks. So can Directioners have Bieber Fever and vice versa? And what about the Mahomies?
Yes, that’s right, the Mahomies. Austin Mahone may only be 16 and just getting his start in the industry, but his fan club already has a nickname, which is probably a very good sign. He’s another cute performer who has captured tween and teen girls’ hearts.
But Justin Bieber isn’t holding anything against these new kids on the block. In fact, he even recently offered some pretty good advice, not to One Direction (they obviously don’t need it!), but to Mahone.
“I got in an elevator, and [Bieber] was standing right there,” Mahone told Celebuzz. “He was a really cool dude… The advice that he gave me was that it doesn’t matter how successful I get, I just gotta keep going and not be like, ‘I made it here so I’m gonna stop working hard.’ I gotta keep working harder and harder.”
Those are definitely some words of wisdom that Justin Bieber no doubt lives by himself. The “Baby” singer’s schedule is a packed one, filled with performances, promotional appearances and more, and with his new Believe album, the entertainer is obviously showing off a more mature side that strives to perhaps win over even more Beliebers–of a slightly older generation, too.
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