Miley Cyrus Offers Advice to Justin Bieber

By: Erika Watts - January 31, 2014

It’s no secret that Justin Bieber has been in a lot of trouble lately, to the point that thousands of Americans have signed a petition to deport him on the White House’s “We the People” website. Following a DUI arrest last week and assault charges in Canada that the pop singer turned himself in for this week, it’s clear Bieber needs some advice (at a minimum), which Miley Cyrus has been kind enough to offer.

During Thursday night’s episode of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Cyrus said that Bieber should keep his partying at home. “You’ve got a lot of money. Pay people to make sure you don’t get into trouble,” Miley said. “Party at your house. Buy a house. Add a club to it.”

You might think that Ms. Twerks-a-Lot is the last person who should be giving out advice, but Cyrus notes that she was never arrested as a teen. “You know it’s funny because today I was looking, my fans had put all these mugshots up and they were like, ‘I don’t see a Miley mugshot yet.'” While Cyrus admits that she does a lot of stuff, she says that she isn’t doing anything illegal. “Everything I do is legal in California,” Cyrus said.

Miley Cyrus isn’t the only celebrity to throw some advice Justin Bieber’s way. Former Bee Gees front man Barry Gibb talked about Bieber on the Today show yesterday. “You can lose perspective, but you can also lose them in the long run if you’re not a role model,” Gibb said. “Hopefully what he does on stage and the way he dances and the way he sings, he will apply that to his real life. There’s a discipline in what he’s doing. Apply that discipline to how you want to behave.”

After surrendering himself to the Toronto police yesterday, Bieber returned to dad Jeremy Bieber’s home, which Jeremy announced on Twitter (below). Since it isn’t likely that Bieber will heed Cyrus or Gibb’s advice, perhaps the pop sensation’s dad will be able to get through to his son.

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Erika WattsErika Watts is a former teacher, now stay-at-home-mom and contributing writer for WebProNews. When she isn’t busy navigating parenthood and writing, she enjoys watching college sports and reading. Follow Erika on Twitter @erikawatts83, Pinterest or

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