Justin Bieber is in a great spot right now. The 23-year-old singer’s protégé-turned-pal, Madison Beer, gushed to ET about how pleased she is that her mentor is doing so well.
“He's at such a good place in his life right now and I’m just happy to see how happy and healthy he is,” the 18-year-old told ET’s Katie Krause on the blue carpet at WE Day California in Los Angeles on Thursday.
“I mean, I think that Justin has such a regimen that he goes through, he's so focused and driven and, you know, he has his head on straight, which is really important,” Beer added.
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Bieber, who is set to take his Purpose World Tour to Israel and Dubai next week, truly does seem to be in good spirits.
A source close to the singer told ET this week that he’s been doing great.
Even Bieber himself has acknowledged how far he’s come following a string of breakdowns and legal troubles.
He posted a meaningful pic to Instagram last Sunday, putting his infamous January 2014 mugshot side-by-side with a more recent snap of his face.
"I LOVE THIS because it reminds me IM NOT EXACTLY WHERE I WANT TO BE BUT THANK GOD IM NOT WHERE I USED TO BE!!" he wrote.
And if you’re hoping for some new Bieber music, you’re in luck.
The Biebs is featured on a hot new DJ Khaled tune called “I’m the One,” out today. The tune also features Quavo, Chance the Rapper and Lil Wayne and has already hit the No. 1 spot on iTunes.
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Plus, JB has been posting snaps of himself in the studio recently AND Beer told us the duo has even made some new tunes together.
“We've made multiple records together,” she said. “Are they going to come out? I don't know, but there's definitely stuff in the works, so I guess you'll have to wait and see! I have something coming out on May 12, which is very exciting… my first single off of my new album… I haven’t put out a song in, like, over a year, which is crazy. It's awesome, I’m so excited for everyone to hear it,” Beer added.