Following with his front-running trend, the Canadian singer has now visited the Chicago Blackhawks at the United Center, and posed with the greatest trophy in all of sports, the Stanley Cup:
There's something about celebrities wearing sunglasses indoors that I just don't understand. Clearly it's not bright. And if they're thinking they're going to somehow hide their identity and stay incognito just by throwing on a pair of aviators... that's just not going to happen. If anything, that's the surefire way to draw additional attention to yourself. Or maybe THAT'S the point.
Either way, it was nice of Bieber to roll out of bed and make an appearance in his pajamas with the Cup. Lots of Blackhawks fans weren't exactly thrilled when they saw this, but you can't please everyone, I suppose.
The biggest issue seemed to be about Bieber stepping on the Blackhawks logo on the floor of the locker room, which is peculiar, because... well, it's on the floor. That's normally what one steps on, as Greg Wyshynski of Puck Daddy points out.
Either way, I think two things are clear:
1) Bieber needs to stop hopping on random bandwagons.
2) Teams need to stop condoning it.