Justin Bieber plans to enter show business, seeks advice from Adam Sandler, David Spade
"What Do You Mean?" singer Justin Bieber might have dropped a hint of possibly taking on another career path. This time, the 23-year-old pop star is looking at trying his luck on the film industry.
According to the US Weekly, the Canadian singer-songwriter heeded the help of "Just Go With It" actor Adam Sandler and "Joe Dirt" star David Spade in his plans of becoming an actor. Bieber reportedly had dinner with the two to get an idea of how to enter show business and how the industry works. "Justin had a lot of questions for them about the movie world," the source said.
After an event dubbed as the "Hand in Hand: A Benefit for Hurricane Harvey Relief" on Sept. 12, the singer and "The Do Over" actors had dinner at Morton's Steakhouse in San Fernando Valley, near Los Angeles. The telethon was spearheaded by the singer's manager, Scooter Braun, and included A-list celebrities like George Clooney, Julia Roberts, and Jared Leto. Apart from Bieber, Beyoncé, Tori Kelly and Stevie Wonder also performed at the fundraiser, which was reported to have raised more than $55 million.
The dinner was reportedly a chance for Bieber to get information on becoming an actor. Also noticeable is Bieber's seeking of advice from comediennes; so, fans are now speculating that the "Never Say Never" singer is hoping to enter the biz through comedy. The "Despacito" singer made an appearance in "Zoolander 2" in 2016. He also played the role of a killer in "CSI" season 11.
In an interview with V Magazine in 2015, the singer hinted that he wanted to explore the film industry, making this recent rumor of Bieber's plans to be likely. "One day I hope to make strides into movies and fashion as well," he said when asked about his future goals.