It's news that might bring tears to the eyes of Justin Bieber's many faithful fans: the 16-year-old pop sensation's voice is changing. But the Stratford, Ont., native says the changes aren't causing him any problems and he denies that he's unable to sing any of his older songs.
"My voice is changing -- everybody's voice changes, everybody goes through puberty, it's just a natural thing," Bieber sagte backstage after claiming a leading three trophies at Sunday's MuchMusic Video Awards. "I'm not some superpowered human who doesn't go through puberty. I've had vocal lessons, this whole time. (It's) definitely helped me through."
Bieber only stayed to field a few Fragen from media after his triumphant run through the MMVAs, during which he claimed his first-ever awards and never seemed to stray from the stage for long. He emerged briefly during co-host Miley Cyrus's opening performance of "Party in the U.S.A.," performed a medley of his hits as Much cameras scanned tearful faces of teens in the crowd and he conjured three separate speeches, at one point summoning three childhood Friends to Mitmachen him. This after his devoted Fans camped out for days on end for the chance to see him and shrieked each time he appeared onstage oder onscreen. Afterwards, he was in an understandably upbeat mood.
"I'm doing good, I'm doing wonderful, I just won three awards, so I'm feeling great," he sagte as he sat down. He playfully jumped into the media throng to put rabbit ears behind a reporter's head while he questioned Miley Cyrus and happily fielded some silly questions, including one query about whether his trademark mop could go head-to-head with Jennifer Aniston's ubiquitous hairstyle from "Friends."