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Justin Bieber Engaged?


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Did Justin Bieber just get engaged?


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Take a deep breath everyone, Bieber believers do not have to worry, the Biebs does not have plans to get married.

Justin Bieber and pop singer girlfriend Selena Gomez are not getting engaged, even though a new report is claiming the couple has made plans to tie the knot. His manager, Scooter Braun gave the real scoop to Us Weekly.

On Friday morning the Chicago Sun-Times posted they believed Bieber, 18, and Gomez, 19, to be shopping for engagement rings. The Sun-Times also added that people who claim to be close to the duo are “convinced” an engagement is inevitable.

However, from the people who are really close to the Biebs, like his manager Scooter, the accusations are “complete bulls—.” He added that Biebers “team” laughed out loud when the found out about the claims.

Naturally, the Chicago Sun-Times’ article sent the Facebook and Twitter into a frenzy. Fans were simultaneously morning and celebrating the news.

One fact that is true about the Biebs: his new album, “Believe,” is going to be released June 19.

Biebers is currently teasing his fans by not releasing his new single “Boyfriend” in its entirety.

“Boyfriend,” which has earned Bieber comparisons with Justin Timberlake, is off of the 18-year-old’s unreleased album Believe. The pop star said that when the album is released later this year people will get to hear a new side of the Biebs.

“The album, in general, is just really new and fresh and I think people are going to be really happy to hear it,” he told MTV News on the set of the “Boyfriend” music video.

Bieber also announced that he will be teaming up with mentor Usher for two duets. One will be on his new album and the other will be featured on Usher’s upcoming album “Looking For Myself.”

So far, there’s no set date for the premiere of the “Boyfriend” video in full.

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