Bieber Hot For BBM Buddy Kim Kardashian
First Published: August 12, 2010 4:57 PM EDT Credit: Getty Images
-- Justin Bieber and Kim Kardashian might be separated by 13 years in age – but the Canadian singer told Access Hollywood’s Tony Potts that he’s constantly chatting up the curvaceous reality star.
“I have her on [Blackberry Messenger] and we, like, talk all the time,” Justin told Tony on Wednesday before the teen sensation’s performance at Nashville Radio’s i-106 charity concert, which benefited flood relief.
The 16-year-old teen star also revealed to Tony that he had a blast shooting his recent “The Graduate” themed ELLE magazine spread with Kim.
“It was cool. It was really cool,” he beamed of the Bahamas shoot. “She’s really beautiful so that was… I mean, any 16-year-old would want to do a photo shoot with her.”
According to Justin, it’s not just the 29-year-old’s good looks that he’s fond of.
“Beyond just being, like, extremely hot, she’s actually, you know, a really nice person,” he continued.
Justin also told Tony about a not-so-nice incident from his past that recently made headlines. A video surfaced online recently of the singer getting hit in the head with a projectile during a performance – something the singer said happened years ago.
“I don’t know why that just suddenly came up. That was like two years ago that happened,” Justin explained. “It wasn’t a water bottle, it was candy. It was like a big thing of candy and they threw it. Everyone has bad days.”
Justin also has lots of good days, but could there be one ahead that’s full of “Glee”?
“I had a meeting with them… probably like a month and a half ago and I don’t know what’s going on with that,” Justin said of the hit FOX comedy. “I would love to go on. That’d be fun.”
“I think he’s so phenomenally talented and I think he’s great. So, yes, if he was interested I would make that happen,” Ryan told Access’ Shaun Robinson at the premiere of “Eat Pray Love,” on Tuesday night in New York City.
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