Justin Drew Bieber, the singer, record producer and the songwriter was born in London, Ontario in Canada on March 1, 1994. His parents are Jeremy Jack Bieber and Patricia Mallette, but they are not married. Patricia raised her only son Justin with the help of her mother, Diane. Bieber studied at Jeanne Sauvé Catholic School, a French-language immersion school in Stratford. He did his graduation in St. Michael Catholic Secondary School. In the year 2007, Bieber sang in a local singing competition and got second place. His mother Patricia posted his singing videos on YouTube, which made him famous. Scooter Braun of So So Def Recordings was searching for a new voice in 2009. Accidentally, he saw one of the videos of Bieber, uploaded by Patricia and that moment brought the breakthrough in the life of Justin Bieber. At the tender age of 13, Bieber went with Braun to Atlanta to record his voice on the demo tapes. Then Usher booked Bieber for Raymond Braun Media Group (RBMG). Soon, Bieber’s popularity rose, and Braun became the manager of Bieber.

Bieber brought his mother with him to Atlanta from Stratford. His first single was “ One Time.” It was released in 2009 and was placed in 12th spot among the Canadian Hot 100 and got the 17th place in Billboard Hot 100. Then, Justin received the platinum certificate for the song in Canada and the US and Australia, and New Zealand certified it with gold. His first album released in 2009, titled, “My World.” Then, he released his first full Studio Album, “My World 2.0” in 2010. His most successful Singles is “ Baby.” He has got a lot of fan following at this young age. He has won a lot of awards, including American Music Award. He won it twice in 2010 and 2012. His fans are called, “Beliebers,” and the majority people in the group are adolescent girls. He was listed consecutively in 2011, 2012 and 2013 among the top ten Most Powerful Celebrities by Forbes Magazine. Justin has also appeared in few Hollywood movies in guest appearances. At present, he appears in a cameo in “Zoolander No. 2.” He has also participated in few of the TV movies too. Justin is also popular for his music tours. He made his Urban Behavior Tour in 2009. He is getting ready for the Purpose World Tour in 2016.

Patrick Stump

Patrick Stump is an American singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, composer and famously known as lead vocalist for the and ‘Fall Out Boy.' He is a son of a folk singer. He originally started as the drummer for a few local Chicago bands. Later went on to join Fallout Boy. Till then he had never sung nor had singing lessons. When a member of the band left, Patrick was forced to take over the vocals as well as learn to play guitar. But he did the work with great flair and confidence; he found great success with the band when he became in charge of the music. In an article of MTV News published in January 2010, Patrick announced he was working on a solo album for which he had been working very hard. He had self-written, performed and produced the song of that album. Later he leaked the title of the album generating great interest in the minds of people. The album was released in October 2011. He has been active on his website, on which he also has posted a video showing him playing various instruments including drum kit, synthesizer, cowbell, electric, bass guitar amongst others. Later in may 2011, He was the opening act for Bruno Mars and Janelle Monae on their "Hooligans In Wondaland Tour" for four shows. He has also performed at Fuji Rock Festival in Japan. He has also toured the States and on his second tour to the States he headlined the Metro in Chicago. He has also been a guest to many radio shows. He has even been a guest to many TV shows including; Good morning new Orleans, The Tonight show with Jay Leno, Hoppus on Music amongst others. In 2012, in the month of February, he took a temporary retirement saying he would stop performing. He also added that it was due to the relentless criticism that he received from his album Soul Punk and FOB’s ‘Folie a Deux. he said that though he was ready for the criticism but wasn’t prepared for people who would eventually hate him and attack his ambition and slim down his image. After later returning to his blog in May of the same year he quoted “I would never quit Music.” In this six months, he went on to co-write and collaborated with other musicians, these collaborations include Kat Graham, Escape The Fate, The King Blues, Amountboyz, Yellowcard. And Before You Exit. In 2012, Patrick was elected a member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences' Chicago Chapter Governors. On November 30, 2014, when he was asked on twitter if another solo album would be made, he responded, "There's hope, but it will be a minute.”

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Patrick Stump English Actor