In the future we'll be able to go a day without hearing the name Justin Bieber. Today is not that day.
The popular singer was involved in a car crash in Beverly Hills Tuesday afternoon after the Escalade he was traveling in was struck by a BMW leaving a parking structure, reports TMZ.
A video clip surfaced over the weekend that shows a 15-year-old Justin Bieber telling a racist joke, and now the singer has issued an apology for his remarks.
So You Think You Can Dance is kicking off its 11th season with trips to Chicago and New Orleans — and Justin Bieber!
On the two-hour premiere, a new batch of insanely talented hopefuls audition for returning judges Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy. The new twist: Two crews will be introduced per audition show and fans can tweet which of them they'd like to see in the studio. Bieber, who says he's a huge fan of the reality show, will be on hand to introduce the new element.
Can So You Think You Can Dance's fancy footwork deliver another solid season?
The reality dance competition show returns for its 11th season Wednesday (8/7c, Fox) amidst a glut of reality shows that are all struggling to retain the audiences that once turned up in droves. "Like most shows, we've been losing viewers and the viewing figures have been going down," executive producer and judge Nigel Lythgoe told reporters on a call last week. "I would certainly like to bolster them up, if not keep them the same as last year."
Justin Bieber has booked a multi-episode appearance on So You Think You Can Dance, Fox announced Friday.
The pop star and his choreographer Nick DeMoura will...