World Tour with Selena: Bieber Listed as Most Influential with Bruno Mars

What’s better than being on a concert tour around the world with your rumored girlfriend Selena Gomez? Well, that would be a new recognition under the belt of Justin Bieber!together with Bruno Mars, Justin Bieber shares the spotlight of influence this year. Undoubtedly, they have somehow managed to catch the attention to be listed as 2011′s most iconic. Yes, they belong to the elite TIME Magazine’s list of 2011 most influential people.

Suffice it to say, that Bieber and Mars are unquestionably members of a powerhouse list that made them rub elbows with the likes of Oprah Winfrey, Barack Obama and Prince William, with other politicians, musicians, activists, scientists, and other newsmakers. Surely, this is another feather to Justin’s cap that he will be proud of.
Hailing from Canada, Justin Bieber has enthralled an incredible number of admirers throughout the globe. Born in 1994, this Canadian superstar was propelled to fame internationally immediately after he is recognized by song producer Scooter Braun, who stumbled upon the young boy’s self-produced YouTube videos. To cut a long story short, Bieber got a huge leverage when he met R&B singer Usher, who also uncovered a fantastic potential in him to become a recording artist.
That was the start of the Bieber Fever all over the world which swiftly placed his status as a pop icon. Following the release his initial foray “One Time” in 2009, Justin won the hearts of many and became a household name everywhere.
His popularity has made him sold millions of copies of his albums “My World” and “My World 2.0,” as well as EPs, remixes and a compilation album, and as well he has starred in a variety of TV series and motion pictures, together with a 3D concert motion picture, “Justin Bieber: Never Say Never” that has just been launched this year. Indeed, 2011 has been a blessing for Bieber and millions of his fans are waiting for good projects that for him to cement his fame in the US entertainment history.

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