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Out of the proverbial gates, Justin Bieber's fantastic start has dazzled the masses. The Canadian born one-man-band has gotten a launch that stars dream about. With the digital help of Youtube and the astute vigilance of one Scooter Braun, Bieber was introduced at warp speed to adoring fans and international attention. The jettisoned approach of the teenager sensation has inflated his net worth in three short years to $170,987,500.
While he has the chance, Bieber has been busy as a beaver with as many concert appearances as possible. As long as he can fill those venues with adoring, screaming prepubescent fans, his coffers stand to grow and grow. Bieber also has pushed the edge with guest appearances on talks shows, guest appearances on television series and keeping his mug in front of the spotlight at all costs.
Beside his singing, Bieber can rely on a multitude of talents. A self-taught musician, Justin plays the drums, guitar, piano and trumpet. He has been able to successfully sample the likes of Usher, Ne-Yo and a young Stevie Wonder.
Still shy of 20, Bieber has taken his dating life to a frenzied level with the tabloid hungry public. He appears flying in and out of exotic locales by private jet with girlfriends and pals while sporting around in expensive - $500,000 expensive – cars.
Rumors have it that Justin has been looking to purchase homes – or mansions rather – for both he and his mother in Hollywood Hills. Although he has no desire to pursue U.S. Citizenship, he has discovered that it makes sense to be as close to the money-making source as possible.
Usher won the tug-o-war against Justin Timberlake on who would first sign Bieber to a contract. Bieber happens to be a goofy-handed guitar player – meaning he plays with his left. Bieber maintains a strong fondness for Michael Jackson's music and has played for Barack Obama (okay, for the kids because Barack said so) twice.