Justin Bieber might be the modern king of all media.
The teen heartthrob has the Web wired — he’s a YouTube discovery with almost 6 million followers on Twitter. He makes hit music, with an album and concert tour in the nation’s top 20 and a new album on the way in a few weeks. He’s got a movie coming out early next year, and on Sunday, he drew enough fans to temporarily shut down a Barnes & Noble bookstore where he promoted his autobiography, “First Step 2 Forever: My Story.”
More than 1,000 teen and tween girls, a handful of boys, and their parents waited in a long line that snaked through the popular Grove shopping center for a chance to meet the shaggy-haired Canadian singer. All had secured wristbands days earlier when they bought Bieber’s book, a photo-packed hardcover about his rise to fame that sells for $21.99.
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