Justin Bieber and Avalanna Routh.”Mrs. Bieber” has passed away.Avalanna Routh, a six-year-old cancer patient who Justin Bieber “married” on this past Valentine’s Day, has died from a rare form of brain cancer.”Our darling Avalanna went to Heaven this morning.” her parents tweeted on her account Wednesday. “Oh Avalanna, the brightest star — you took our hearts with you, our greatest Love.”.Routh became known as “Mrs. Justin Bieber” after the 18-year-old “Boyfriend” singer surprised his young fan with a Valentine’s Day date in NYC. The Boston-native and her family played board games, ate cupcakes and threw a pretend wedding with Bieber.”That was one of the best things I have ever done. She was awesome!” Bieber tweeted after their meeting. “Feeling really inspired now! Mrs. Bieber.”.And their friendship continued past their first visit. The two reunited in June for an interview on the TODAY show. On Sept. 13, Routh tweeted, Justin Bieber, trying to stay up late to see my husband on Americas Got Talent. Supporting my man. Mrs. Bieber.”.
According to TMZ, a highway patrol officer witnessed a Nissan driving “aggressively close behind” the 18-year-old’s Fisker Karma on Ventura Boulevard. The officer proceeded to pull over the “Boyfriend” singer for tinted windows in hopes the other car would stop as well.
The 18-year-old Canadian sensation has drawn ire after a snap of himself and his famous girlfriend, Selena Gomez, was posted online this past Thursday showing the couple posing with the “Wizards of Waverly Place” actress’ dad on the set of her new film, “While I’m Dead… Feed the Dog.” Problem is, “role model” Justin just so happened to be holding a gun pointed at his potential father-in-law’s belly.
The 20-year-old singer/actress was in between shooting scenes for her new movie “While I’m Dead… Feed the Dog” as her “Baby” singing beau emerged into view with the young lovebirds immediately sharing a warm embrace.
Making for quite the loved up scene, a paparazzi source tells GossipCenter, “[Justin and Selena] couldn’t keep their hands off each other as they walked around base camp near the set.”
As for Miss Gomez’s latest theatrical effort, “While I’m Dead..Feed The Dog” is based on Ric Browde‘s 2000 novel of the same name while being described as a “coming-of-age project based on a 16-year-old named Ric Thibault.”