Those grimy little hands that are desecrating the most hallowed trophy in sport belong to none other than the Terrorist of Twitter Trends, Justin Bieber.
The apple of Canada’s eye stopped by 30 Rock for a Today Show concert to warble out some of the tunes that have captivated the attention of every 13-year-old in the world including his interviewer Matt Lauer and brag about the Land Rover Usher bought him.
Tell ‘em what they want to know, MTV.com:
The singer sat down for a brief interview with co-host Matt Lauer before walking outside to a chorus of ecstatic screams and performing a 30 minute set. But perhaps the best encounter the singer had during his stint on the show was when he encountered the Stanley Cup, the NHL’s storied championship trophy. It was also visiting “Today” (accompanied by former Hartford Whalers star Brendan Shanahan and official “Keeper of the Cup” Mike Bolt), and Bieber got a little bit of face time with the most coveted prize in all of professional athletics. Bieber is a huge hockey fan and has played for most of his life.
Canadians may embrace the fact that one of their own kind has become a chart breaking pop music phenomena, but you can’t ignore this fact: No Canadian professional franchise of ANY MAJOR SPORT has won a championship since Bieber joined the world after exiting womb left. My theory? NO TEAM EVER WILL AGAIN AS LONG AS HE’S ALIVE. I’m not saying it’d be wise for Canada to knock off its newest national haircut, but it couldn’t hurt. Even Jesus agrees. Read the rest of this entry »