Justin Bieber has been nothing but charm personified in the USA; however upon coming to Britain he looks like he might have to scrub up his PR act a little, after managing to insult media types at a press conference in London by being petulant and bratty, as well as making fun of the local accent. Oh dear Justin.
The UK's Daily Mirror newspaper reports that the 18 year-old was giving the media a chance to hear his new album 'Believe' but as he arrived at London's Supperclub, he refused to listen to host Reggie Yates who attempted to engage the star in some chat about the forthcoming release. Offering the pop star a seat, Yates was instead met with a whining reply of "No, I want to introduce my song," before getting his manager to load up the CD. Bieber then turned the LP off three tracks in after complaining about the sound quality of the speakers.
Bieber then reacted badly to being asked how it felt to being compared to Justin Timberlake, frowning "I sound nothing like Justin Timberlake." Going further and talking about the recording process, Bieber muttered "I recorded it in a studio. Some little place. They didn't know what they were doing," and then finished blotting his copy book by castigating the hapless Yates over his pronunciation of the 'th' sound. Jetlagged much?