Justin Bieber On How He Stays A Kid & His New ‘Do
First Published: January 31, 2011 5:35 PM EST Credit: NBC
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Justin Bieber will make his big screen debut in “Never Say Never” on February 11, a documentary charting his rise to superstardom, but sometimes he misses just being a kid.
“I miss being able to just like, go home and just relax and be with my family, and not do anything for a while, but I love what I do,” Justin told a fan who was selected to ask a question during an appearance on NBC’s “Today” show on Monday. “I love putting smiles on people’s faces.”
In order to keep his feet on the ground, Justin told “Today’s” Matt Lauer, who interviewed the teen sensation, that he schedules his breaks.
“I make sure I have at least one day off a week. I tell them like I need at least one day of downtime to just either rest or hang out with my friends or do something for me because the rest of the week is all jam packed,” he said. “I have to have at least one day.”
While he loves touring, The Biebs said he wishes he could spend more time with his siblings.
“I have a 2-year-old sister and a 1-year old-brother. It’s hard being away from them as well,” he said.
The “Baby” singer said he’s excited about his movie coming out, as it will give people a chance to see what life has been like for the Canadian singer.
”[It shows] what I’ve been going through the past two years and how much it really takes out of you. And it’s just… been so much fun being able to live my dreams. It’s just been amazing,” he said.
Promoting his movie took him back to the “Today” show, but Matt noticed that since he last saw the teen sensation, his voice has changed.
“I mean, my voice is definitely changing gradually,” Justin told Matt. “It’s definitely lower than it was last time I was with you, right?”
In order to keep his pipes golden, Justin said he has a great team around him to help protect his instrument.
“I think that everybody’s voice changes and it’s just how you go through it,” he said. “I have a great vocal coach that’s helping me.”
Not only has Justin’s voice changed in recent months, but so has his hairstyle.
“I’m just messing it up a lot,” Justin said of his new look. “Before, usually I had it like flat… I’m just messing it up now.”
“Messing it up” though won’t mean a close crop.
“No, I’m not shaving it,” Biebs replied when Matt asked if he’d try an even shorter ‘do.
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