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Because I have been busy all day, this is my first blog post of the day.
And I thought that this item is too important to ignore another minute.
Parents magazine recently sat down with Justin Bieber to talk to him about the upcoming release of" Justin Bieber: Never Say Never," the film based on his life coming out very soon.
Here are excerpts from the piece: On why people should see his movie: "I wanted to make this movie because it tells the real story of my life. It gives fans the opportunity to see what goes on behind the scenes in my career. It's a thank-you to my fans for their support."
On the music he likes: "All kinds from classic rock to hip-hop."
On his favorite food: "Spaghetti Bolognese."
What would he do if he wasn't a singer: "I always dreamed of playing professional hockey, but a job where I could help people would be awesome. I'd probably go work for Pencils for Promise (a nonprofit that builds sustainable schools in many parts of the developing world)."
On missing being a normal kid: "Sometimes I miss my friends and family back home, but I wouldn't trade this for anything."
The downside of so much traveling: "I travel 100% of the time, and I miss my family a lot, but my mom is on the road with me so she's a little piece of home I get to take along."