October 8, 2010

Justin Bieber Interview

Posted by at 4:07 am in Celebrities, Music | Permalink

Justin Our Scholastic interviewer, Marie Morreale, told me she has a new interview with Justin Bieber, and I said, “Who’s that? I’ve heard of Cody Simpson and Greyson Chance, but I don’t know this Justin Bieber kid.” Just kidding! Here’s the interview.

Q: What book would you recommend to kids?
Justin:
Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lighting Thief by Rick Riordan.

Q: What book do you think everyone should read?
Justin:
The Bible. There are many lessons in The Bible that you can apply to your everyday life.

Q: What is your favorite subject in school?
Justin:
English

Q: Is it true that you’re a self-taught musician? What instruments do you play?
Justin:
Yes, it is true that I’m a self taught musician. I started playing the drums at age two. I play the drums, piano, guitar, trumpet.

Q: When did you first get interested in music?
Justin:
I’ve been interested in music since I was really little. My mom would always have people over the house playing music and listening to music. I grew up listening to music.

Q: Do you get nervous when you perform?
Justin:
I don’t really get nervous anymore. Performing is one of my favorite things to do.

Q: Do you have a talent that most people don’t know about?
Justin:
I’m a great juggler.

Q: What quality do you value most in a friend?
Justin:
Loyalty and a sense of humor.

Q: What was it like growing up not very rich? What can other teens learn from you?
Justin:
Luxury isn’t necessary as long as you have plenty of love and family and friends.

Q: What’s your favorite holiday, and why?
Justin:
I love Christmas for the food and family time!

Q: Of all your accomplishments, which are you most proud of?
Justin:
Most recently winning the VMA (Video Music Award) for Best New Artist and just being a good son to my mom and dad.

Aww. Sweet!

image from kids.scholastic.comSonja, STACKS Staffer

Interview by Marie Morreale

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