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Justin Bieber’s bad behavior: cursing on airplane, blaring music at home

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While Justin Bieber is admired by many from afar, lately the 18-year-old hasn't impressed those in his immediate vicinity. TMZ reports that on a recent Air New Zealand flight, Bieber was confronted by a female passenger — one who didn't want an autograph! Instead, the mother of two demanded that Bieber and his entourage in first class "stop yelling curse words and using that kind of language on a plane," the website says. "It's not appropriate" The Biebs was reportedly "completely embarrassed" and quickly apologized.

Perhaps Bieber should say "I'm sorry" to his neighbors next. On Thursday, during an appearance on "The View," celeb couple Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell complained that the Biebs, who is renting the house behind theirs, has been a noisy addition to their L.A. neighborhood. (They talk about it at 2:13 in the clip below.) "The music and the parties and the paparazzi, I mean, it's like living in Lebanon now," the "Parenthood" star cracked. Before that, Shepard admitted that he'd been a Bieber fan because of the 2011 film "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never," which Shepard's friend Jon M. Chu directed. Bell, who's been engaged to Shepard since 2010, wasn't happy either. "In his defense, I will say we don't know the exact house the music is coming from. We just know since he moved in, the music has been blaring." Looks like there are a few people who aren't Beliebers after all!

Those who are Bieber fanatics were outraged on Wednesday when the NBC show "America's Got Talent" did not offer a sneak peek of the singer's new video as planned. Bieber had promised his more than 25 million Twitter followers that they'd see a snippet of the video for "As Long As You Love Me." Afterward, he tweeted, "very frustrated. where was it? no joking here." The network responded by apologizing to Bieber and his fans, blaming the situation on "technical difficulties." But not before fans expressed their anger. "Dear NBC and AGT, you're now the most hated show on the planet, congratulations, sincerely Bieber & 25 million #pissedbeliebers," by @BieberCyrusLand was just one typical tweet.

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