Justin Bieber fans will get to spend Christmas Day with the performer if they so choose. our editor recommends PHOTOS: Justin Bieber’s ‘Believe’ Tour in Pictures And on each Monday prior to the release of Believe, a new Bieber song will be released exclusively through iTunes. Last week, Bieber’s “HeartBreaker” shot to No. 1 in nearly 70 countries. This week, “All That Matters” debuted to No. 1 in 58 countries. Believe is presented by SB Films and Dolphin Films and produced by Bieber, Scooter Braun, Usher Raymond, Bill O’Dowd and Garrett Grant. “I am so excited to be involved in this movie, and so happy to be able to give back to my fans, especially during the holiday season,” Bieber said. “Jon Chu and my team have done a wonderful job creating a special moment for Beliebers worldwide, and I can’t wait till Christmas Day when the movie will be in theaters everywhere.” PHOTOS: Justin Bieber by the Numbers: 18 Key Stats From His Music Empire and Beyond Added Braun, Bieber’s longtime manager: “It’s no secret that Justin Bieber’s name drives a lot of attention. But with Believe, we wanted him to tell his own story, truthfully and directly.” IM Global is representing international rights to the documentary. On Friday, Bieber unveiled the film’s first teaser on his official YouTube channel. Watch it here .
11, 2013, in Pittsburgh. (Patrick R. Murphy/Getty Images) Watch your step! The Selena Gomez fan base (she has 16 million Twitter followers) held their collective breath when the singer took a tumble last week at the end ofher concert in Fairfax, Va. Gomez, 21, wearing a shiny outfit andknee-high boots,was jumping up and down during the song Slow Down and while streamers began to fly in the air, she hit the front end of the stage and fell forward. Read: Selena Gomez on Turning 21, Justin Bieber Dont worry fans. The lyrics of thetrack say, Baby, slow down the song, butGomezignored those wordsand went right back to dancing! Gomez is now touring through New York, then Pennsylvania and New Jersey promoting her new album. She wraps up the Stars Dance Tour at the end of November in Michigan. A fan was able to shoot a video of the on-stage mishap. Watch below.
Watch Selena Gomez Take a Tumble on Stage During Concert
This years’ concert will showcase “Nothin’ but the Blues”. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20131016/PH98320-b ) Jazz 4 Justice , the Fairfax Law Foundation’s annual fund-raiser for its charitable services, will feature top jazz musicians and ensembles from George Mason University and the community. The scholarships made possible by the generous donations of Jazz 4 Justice have brought a higher level of talent to the Jazz Department. According to Professor Jim Carroll , “The partnership between George Mason University and the Fairfax Law Foundation is a tribute to what can be accomplished when we join hands. We are indebted to the Law Foundation for its support of our music programs and students.” The Music Scholarship fund at GMU assists students who would otherwise be unable to graduate without the financial aid provided. Dustin Mollock, a graduate of the GMU Music Program said that “Thanks to the scholarship I received from Jazz 4 Justice I was able to complete my degree in Jazz Studies at George Mason University and am now a Teaching Fellow at the University of North Texas.” “We’re pleased to be able to showcase some very talented local artists and to support the Foundation’s critical educational and charitable programs all in one very festive evening,” said Edward L. Weiner , President of the Fairfax Bar Association. Jazz 4 Justice was Mr. Weiner’s brainchild back in 2000 when he was attending a recital at the GMU Department of Music. He was impressed by the music, but distressed by the small audience. As a Past President of the Fairfax Law Foundation, he saw an opportunity for these two organizations to work together. Over the years, the Jazz 4 Justice has raised more than $150,000 for the Fairfax Law Foundation. The Fairfax Law Foundation, the charitable arm of the Fairfax Bar Association, provides an array of educational and charitable services that benefit the Northern Virginia community. It operates a Pro Bono Program that provides legal services for Fairfax County residents who are less privileged, Wills on Wheels, the Fairfax Public Law Library, programs for victims of domestic violence, and various educational programs for Fairfax County students including court tours for all eighth grade students in the County and counseling for at-risk teens. This event has received an award from the American Bar Association as well as an award from the Virginia State Bar for being an innovative fundraising program. Because of Jazz 4 Justice’s success at George Mason University, other universities and local bar associations are being encouraged to foster this unique partnership between education, music, and law.