January 31, 2015

Bieber photos at Spencer museum hit newsstand

Published 12:00 am Friday, April 5, 2013

SPENCER — The Teen Vogue magazine featuring photos of Justin Bieber at the N.C. Transportation Museum is out today, as well as a youtube video of him on the site.

The magazine photographed Bieber at the museum in January when he was in North Carolina for concerts in Charlotte and Greensboro. The video shows Bieber climbing on old trains and a motorcycle, carrying a suitcase, posing and performing in the Back Shop. He also answers questions about his fans and what he looks for in a girl (“kissable lips,” among other traits.) 

“It has been fun to see the reaction from the public,” said Mark Brown, a spokesman for the museum. “Opinions are widespread and myriad about Justin Bieber, but one way or another, he’s a very big name.”

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