• Tue, Mar 5 2013

Justin Bieber’s Rumored Girlfriend Covers His Song…So I Guess It’s Official

Justin Bieber celebrates his birthday in London

For once, two young celebrities are pulling absolutely no punches in getting the word out that they’re dating. Ella-Paige Roberts-Clarke, who is rumored to be Justin Bieber‘s new girlfriend, has been seen with him all over the place lately. She was not only present for his ill-fated worst birthday ever extravaganza this past weekend, but also allowed herself to be photographed, and now she’s doing a cover version of one of his songs, ‘As Long As You Love Me’ mashed up with the not at all overplayed ‘Diamonds’ by Rihanna. And before you say this isn’t a confirmation of them dating, take a moment to remind yourselves that in the land of Hollywood, covering someone’s song is the romantic equivalent of wearing an engagement ring or getting their face tattooed on your forearm or wearing their skin as a coat. It’s not a ‘maybe’, it’s a ‘yes’. Yes we are dating, yes we are going to do it right out in the open, and yes you may make wild speculations about it, Alexis.

Justin Bieber celebrates his birthday in London

So that’s her video. She’s certainly no Selena Gomez, but it shows a certain amount of creativity to merge the songs together. Plus Justin needs someone or even just anyone to grab ahold of him and pull him out of this downward spiral he’s attempting. Ever since the Jelena implosion, he’s been exhibiting a remarkable tendency toward marijuana, Twitter meltdowns, showing up late to concerts, and fitted onesies. It’s a dark world out there, Beliebers, but if the person to bring the light back into it happens to be an uber-hyphenated seventeen-year old model and actress, then so be it. Ella-Paige Roberts-Clarke And The Case Of The Missing Swag. Is it just me, or does that sound exactly like the beginning of a young adult detective series?

(Images: Craig Harris / WENN.com)

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  • Jenni

    Case of the Missing Swag does sound like a missing Babysitter’s Club book. Turns out Mary Anne Spier stole it!