Whether or not Bieber consciously came to that same assessment, post-Purpose he's predominantly made himself a topping on other artists' songs. On the recent DJ Khaled singles “No Brainer” and “I'm the One,” he adds sticky pop hooks that supplement Quavo and/or Chance the Rapper's light rapping. On Ed Sheeran's “I Don't Care,” he's a slick, though largely unconvincing, echo to Sheeran—another shade of the same color. And on Major Lazer's “Cold Water,” he performs a brightly tropical, ultimately forgettable, duet with MØ. All of these songs reached the Top 5 on the Hot 100. And it's likely that none of them would have reached those heights without Bieber. But it's Bieber's name that these songs
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Kerry Katona seems to have found God in a controversial new place - Hillsong church, an international Christian organisation that counts Justin Bieber amongst its members. In a series of Instagram posts, Kerry has professed her newfound faith, a month after ex George Kay's death. In one post, Kerry wrote: "God says: Stay patient. My timing is perfect. I have something bigger planned for you, and trust me, you're going to love it." In another, she thanked God for helping her through life's hardships: "I'm a strong woman. "Everything that's hit me in my life, I've dealt with on my own. I've cried myself to sleep. I've picked myself back up and wiped my tears. "I have grown from things that were