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Justin Bieber Wants To Be a Young Father

Jelena Smooch

Justin Bieber Wants To Be a Young Father

Justin Bieber wants to make it clear: he won’t be proposing to Selena Gomez any time soon.But in a new interview, which took place Thursday night at the Dolce & Gabbana store on Madison Avenue in NYC, the singer did speak on his future and a potential family and when the two might merge.

For Justin and Selena, first comes love… then comes marriage and a baby carriage?“By 25 or 26, I want to see myself, like, married or looking for a family,” Justin said. “I want to be a young dad… if the time is right, I definitely want to be married by 25.”Among other topics covered by Bieber in the Q&A: his fashion icons and his mother. Excerpts are below.

On expanding his resume: “I want to eventually start a clothing line or a shoe line, something like that. But nothing is in the works right now. I’m just focusing on my music now.”

On remaining grounded: “I love to play sports and stuff. I love just hanging out with my friends. I’m just a regular 17-year-old. I grew up playing hockey so I like to get on the ice every once in a while. I love to play basketball and I try to play soccer as much as I can.”

On his fashionable role models: “Kanye West. Usher’s real cool. He knows way more about fashion than I do. I’m learning from him. He helps me put stuff together and find different designers who I’ve never heard of.”

On his mother’s influence: “She always pushed me to be the best that I can be. But she never pushed anything on me. She always let me do what I wanted to do. She let me follow my dreams. She never held me back.”



2 thoughts on “Justin Bieber Wants To Be a Young Father

  1. Well if the guy wants to be young father, i would tell him to go straight ahead. As long as he is prepared for the responsibility. After all he has the money to take care of thousands of children. Although money does not always make you a good parent, sometimes it only makes you a provider.

    Posted by datsmastyle | 12/09/2011, 17:58

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