During a promotional tour for their new flick, Hit & Run, the couple told the ladies of The View that all was well in L.A. — until Bieber fever virtually landed on their doorstep.
Biebs apparently rents a spread behind the star pair's home.
"There's not necessarily like a love-hate feud [between us]," Bell said, adding, "Well, a little bit of hate."
That "hate" stems from the pop prince acting like, well, an irresponsible 18-year-old who happens to have a lot of money.
"The music and the parties and the paparazzi, I mean, it's like living in Lebanon now," Shepard said.
The Veronica Mars actress also pointed out that living in close proximity to Biebs has aggravated the "paparazzi thing."
Her guy explained: "They'll be bored waiting for Bieber to wake up and we come outside."
The comic went on to make an admission that he had love for the Biebs pre-noise pollution.
Bearing in mind that Shepard is a comic (he's got to be kidding, right?), he went on share with the world: "A friend of ours made the Bieber documentary, so we went to support (director) Jon Chu. So didn't I fall in love with Justin Bieber during that documentary?! I had cried and laughed 90 times during the first five minutes, I left with complete Bieber Fever."
While the Biebs insists he's "a man now" who is a "lot more mature" and "more grown up," actions indicate otherwise.
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