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Ailbhe Malone gets bored with Biebs and mo­rose with Mi­ley

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Justin Bieber has ac­knowl­edged that some­times fans get bored of his mu­sic. Biebs told Style mag­a­zine “Peo­ple get bored. Ev­ery­thing is so ac­ces­si­ble that they get sick of things. A new song gets old quickly, be­cause fans can go on the in­ter­net and watch it so many times in a row. You have to be cre­ative fast.” That’s why he took a swing at a new di­rec­tion for his lat­est al­bum, he ex­plains. “If I stayed do­ing the mu­sic I did on my last al­bum, they’d get bored. They’ve al­ready had that. I just have to give more and more.”

Mi­ley Cyrus has been think­ing about the qual­i­ties she wants in a friend, she tells OK! Mag­a­zine: “I like it when peo­ple are hon­est. Like, if I look bad, I want you to tell me I look bad,” she re­vealed. “I really like hon­est peo­ple and I think that’s why me and Kelly Os­bourne get along so well, and I think a lot of peo­ple are put out by it. They can’t be­lieve that she really has no fil­ter, but I don’t really ei­ther.”

It’s not all hang­ing out with Kelly Os­bourne and hav­ing an adorable new hair­cut though. Mi­ley still feels like she missed out on the lit­tle things, like prom. “I still got to go to prom but it wasn’t the same. Like, peo­ple bugged me for pho­tos when I was at the prom. I went with a gay guy, and it was like the best, most fab­u­lous night of my whole life. So I ac­tu­ally had a really good time when I got to go, but it was dif­fer­ent, be­cause it wasn’t like I got asked by my high school boyfriend or any­thing.” Sad­face.

Beiber: “Peo­ple

get bored”

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