I DO love a challenge.
There was one of those campaigns against me on Twitter – one that made me laugh.
It went something like this.
“So Pricey, you no mark – mr name dropper, you think you’re so good. Let’s see how good you really are, I bet you would never get near Justin Bieber, you’re usually with Z-listers.”
The postings started coming in thick and fast and I thought long and hard. He’s the biggest star on the planet right now, with 35 million followers on Twitter, would I be able to get near him?
As you can see I got there, I got to meet Justin Bieber. I’ve never experienced crowds like it, even with Beatlemania.
If they had got near him, they would have torn him to shreds. He is surrounded by an entourage who live off him and no-one dares to question him. I just saw a well-oiled machine.
In my opinion, he hasn’t got a clue what the real world is about any more.
I’ve been watching The Big Reunion on TV – what an eye opener.
The pressure the boys and girls in groups went through, nothing can prepare them for what is in store. The management suck every last ounce of energy out of them.
There is no glamour, the bigger you become the more isolated you are. And if the press latch onto you, you’re doomed.
So the pop world is not all it is cracked up to be.
I really hope someone keeps an eye on Justin Bieber and stops him going down the slippery slope, instead of just looking at him as a cash cow.
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