THE JUSTIN BIEBER INTERVIEW IN SEVENTEEN MAGAZINE

Justin Bieber In Seventeen Magazine



Justin Bieber covers the June/July ’15 issue of Seventeen, on newsstands nationwide May 19. After months of misbehaving, the pop star tells Seventeen that he’s ready to get serious again – about his life, his music, and his relationships.



On his year of bad behavior:


“I was rebelling a little bit. I was getting cockier and cockier. I didn’t have people to check me. I looked back and I was disappointed in myself."



On making mistakes:


“You have to own up to the mistakes. You have to say, I’m sorry if I’ve let you down. I always want to be honest and let people know that those mistakes aren’t who I am. Who I am is someone who really cares about people.”



On relationships:


“I need healthy relationships with people I can feel safe with. People I can say whatever to, and I’m not going to be judged. In a girl, I want someone who’s confident in herself and honest. I have to find her very attractive and as someone I can see myself with for the rest of my life.”




On social media haters:


“For a while, I was busy looking at my Instagram likes, and if a post didn’t get a certain amount, I was like, Aw, they didn’t like the photo. But there’s always a choice: You can let Instagram or stuff on the Internet affect your day, or you can choose to not be bothered by it.”



Pick up the June/July issue of Seventeen, on newsstands May 19, for more from Justin's super honest interview.
 

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