Are the Guys From One Direction Upset With Justin Bieber after his Snapchat Video?

1 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Candace Cameron Bure Defends Justin Bieber’s Christianity Comments.

Actress and newly minted “The View” co-host Candace Cameron Bure responded to pop star Justin Bieber’s recent proclamation that he wants to “honestly live like Jesus” by delivering a pointed lesson about Christianity. She also corrected a fellow co-host who felt like one of the pop stars’ comments about God in a recent interview with Complex magazine was a “little strange,” noting that his words actually came from the Bible. “When someone says they’re a Christian, it doesn’t mean they’re perfect. He’s been on a warpath to polish up his image, and the result is something all true Beliebers have always known: this dude is humble, wickedly talented and an all-around good guy.

It doesn’t show much (he’s a passenger in the back of a car, apparently), but he rambles on — rather reasonably, actually — about fans’ photo obsession: “Please just respect me. … Honestly, I’d rather stand there and talk to you for five minutes and not take any photos, and us be able to have that moment without the chaos.” Kate Winslet, who turns 40 on Monday, is out promoting her movie Steve Jobs. He recognizes that.” She continued, “he’s not going to say, ‘Oh, I’m a Christian and, all of a sudden, now I’m an angel, I’m gonna be perfect, I’m not gonna do stupid things.’ He’s not going to pretend he didn’t do stupid things in the past. His team lost, but the then-16-year-old was awarded the coveted MVP trophy for his surprisingly stellar contributions, which included lots of slick moves and shaggy hair-flipping. I’m sure he’s gonna make a ton of mistakes from here on out, but he has the chance to make good decisions and we should applaud him and encourage him to continue.” Bure’s comments received considerable pushback from fellow co-host Michelle Collins, who misinterpreted a quote from the interview.

It’s a confidence that’s a godly confidence,” Collins read from the text of Bieber’s interview, before admitting that she found the comment curious. Most of us were ecstatic to see Justin pick up the prize (especially after being shut out at the Grammys that same year — RUDE), but there was one man who walked away with an awfully big chip on his shoulder: Michael Rapaport.

I want to start making bone broths.” “Taking a whole bunch of bones,” Winslet explained, “and putting them in a pressure cooker with lots of chopped-up leeks and onions and celery and all that stuff, and you make this amazing restorative bone broth. Post quotes an upcoming Wall Street Journal Magazine interview in which Kate explains why she keeps her Oscar (for 2008’s The Reader) in the guest bathroom of her home: “The whole point is for everybody to pick it up and go, ‘I’d like to thank my son and my dad’ — and you can always tell when someone has, because they’re in there a little bit longer. … They’ll come out looking slightly pink-cheeked. OK, so this is all a faux celebrity beef, but it makes for one hell of an entertaining mini-documentary, which now comes to us via Complex (the same mag that Justin recently graced the cover of).

Rapaport: More Than A Game,” the Complex crew takes us behind-the-scenes of Rapaport’s quest for vengeance, including his training sessions, his stalker-like calls to Justin’s manager Scooter Braun, and eventually an epic showdown in which he and JB settle their beef once and for all with an amazing one-on-one game. Post’s unnamed source says “he wanted to get married (but) she wasn’t ready to make the commitment.” There’s also the hint that she’s interested in somebody else, not named.

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