Sharon Osbourne: Justin Bieber Won’t “Stand The Test Of Time”

Published On October 17, 2012 | Celeb Facts, Celebrities

Having met Justin Bieber plenty of times, Sharon Osbourne thinks that he’s a really good kid but in her eyes, he won’t “stand the test of time” when it comes to his music.

The ‘America’s Got Talent’ judge and MTV star isn’t hiding her opinion at all and strongly believes that his fans will outgrow him but she says that we shouldn’t worry because he’s earned a lot over the past few years and will go on to do greater things (maybe take up acting like he’s always wanted to).

During her appearance at Sydney’s National Radio Conference, she told press:

“For me, Justin is… I’ve met him, I’ve worked with him, I did a TV commercial with him. He’s a really great little guy. But that’s his problem – he’s a little guy. His fans are growing up, they’re 18, 19-year-olds now. And that means the little girls of t—ies and lips, you know they’re young women. And he still looks like that little boy! He needs some hair, or something. I just don’t think, from my gut, maybe my gut’s wrong ’cause it’s not 100%, but I don’t think he’s going to stand the test of time. But you know what, I don’t feel sorry for him, because he’s made oodles and he’s a fabulously nice person and he’ll go on to do something else.”

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One Response to Sharon Osbourne: Justin Bieber Won’t “Stand The Test Of Time”

  1. megan says:

    omg justin bieber is so hot i wish i was he girlfriend

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