Justin: I want to be a class act

By admin
05 March 2015

Justin Bieber says he missed out on growing up.

The 21-year-old singer first hit the spotlight when he was just 13. And now Justin has opened up about his past in a new interview with Men’s Health magazine, admitting that while he had an incredible life as a teen pop idol, there was a lot of normal maturing that he missed out on.

“I had to grow up so quick," Justin said. "And it was almost like I grew up for the public but I didn't necessarily grow up. There were things I had to do, as far as the way I had to make relationships, and conversation, but as far as actually growing up, there were a lot of things I missed out on."

'There's a part of me that I don't ever want to grow up'

Despite his comments, Justin adds that there is one aspect of his personality that he hopes will always remain as it is.

And it’s that sense of “purity” that Justin is resolutely proud of.

“There's a part of me that I don't ever want to grow up,” he said. "I want to always remain...to have that sense of purity inside of me where I don't...I don't want to lose that sense of purity.”

Justin is trying his best to have a more successful few months after a troubled 2014. It was a year that saw him serve jail time, after being arrested on suspicion of drunk driving, resisting arrest and driving without a license when police pulled him over in Miami.

"I do aspire to be a class act,” Justin said of turning his life around. "This has really been a big year for me, as far as figuring stuff out. This is almost like a full 180 from how I was. Yesterday—a year from yesterday—I was in jail."

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