Everyone knows that the late Paul Walker and her teenage daughter Meadow Walker are "Beliebers." Both are fans of the 19-year-old Canadian singer, Justin Bieber. So when Bieber's movie "Believe" was released Wednesday, 15-year-old Meadow walker decided to put her grief of losing her dad behind and watch her heartthrob actor on screen. Paul would have wanted the same for Meadow too.
Meadow was reportedly spotted sitting in the audience at the Los Angeles premiere of Justin Bieber's new film. The daughter of the "Fast and the Furious" actor was invited to be a special guest at the event, Show Biz Spy reveals that Meadow's family wanted her to come out of her mourning hence they contacted team Bieber for help. Team Bieber obliged and even ferried the teenager to the movie's premiere venue. This is the first ever public appearance for Meadow after the very tragic death of her dad on November 30.
Meadow probably did not want the media attention. Hence, she chose not to walk the red carpet but directly went inside with Bieber's entourage. It is not sure if she met Bieber at his movie or not but Meadow is one big fan of the singer and even posted his picture on her social media accounts previously.
Justin Bieber's "Believe" movie premiere was a star studded event which was attended by famous Hollywood personalities Kylie Jenner, Jaden Smith, Usher, Christopher Meloni, Casper Smart and Harry Shum.
Bieber garnered much needed media attention when he revealed his retiring plans on a recent radio interview. "After the new album, I'm actually retiring man. I'm retiring. I want to grow as an artist and I'm taking a step out, I want my music to mature," said the singer during the interview.
"I'm here solely for my fans and for the music. People think I'm arrogant, I'm not, I've always been a caring and giving person. I'm 19 I'm gonna make mistakes it's inevitable," added the singer.
Looks like Bieber wanted to be in news as his movie would be released on Christmas day which would make him the talk of the town. Also by saying he is quitting music, the Canadian crooner actually achieved his aim to be in the news.
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