Paul Walker daughter Meadow has gone to the Justin Bieber film premiere for Believe. This marks the first time that the 15 year-old has been seen in public since her dad’s tragic demise on Nov. 30 this year. Meadow has been keeping a low profile and her family have been very protective of her since the death of her 40 year-old father.
Immediately after Paul Walker’s death had been announced bogus Facebook pages and Twitter accounts claiming to be from Meadow Walker appeared on the internet. Walker’s reps closed these fake sites and accounts quickly and reported that Meadow did not have a public Twitter account and she did not have a Facebook page either.
According to E! News, Meadow was one of a number of special guests who were invited to the premiere of Bieber’s latest documentary, Justin Bieber’s Believe. She went to the Los Angeles venue and arrived in one of what has been described as a caravan of vehicles that ferried guests, Bieber and his entourage to the event. The teen daughter of Walker did not enter the theatre via the red carpet.
Meadow Walker had previously met the 19 year-old pop star at an earlier concert. A picture of Meadow and the Canadian singer was posted online. The photograph was taken during a “meet and greet” opportunity backstage at one of his performances.
Paul Walker daughter Meadow joined a group of young stellar guests that included Jaden Smith and Kylie Jenner. Along with the younger famous attendees some older guests: Usher, Bieber’s old mentor; Glee star Harry Shum; Actor Christopher Meloni and Jennifer Lopez’s ex squeeze Casper Smart. All the guests going to the Justin Bieber premiere had a special connection with the performer.
Justin’s latest documentary, Believe was directed by Jon M. Chu – director of Bieber’s first Documentary Never Say Never and most recently G.I Joe: Retaliation – and features an in-depth look at the teenage singing sensation’s career. Interviews held with his manager Scooter Braun, Will.i.am, Usher, and others are in the film along with Justin being interviewed about himself.
Believe is set against the backdrop of Justin’s world tour. In the film subjects discussed include Bieber’s romance with Selena Gomez; his breaking up with the singer; Justin’s brushes with the law and the paparazzi and, amusingly, his growing a mustache.
This latest documentary about the tween heartthrob will “set the record straight” about what moves and shakes Bieber. There has been no word about whether or not the film will look at his more spectacular brushes with the paparazzi or any of the legal problems surrounding the singer and his team of bodyguards.
It was reported that all of Justin’s special guests were asked to bring new, unwrapped, toys that could be given to children who were “underprivileged” by Radio Disney and ABC7’s Spark of Love – which is the joint firefighter charity that does a Christmas children’s toy drive each year. Justin’s newest documentary film opened today, Dec. 25 in theatres across the country.
Paul Walker daughter Meadow going to the Justin Bieber premiere saw the teenager make her first public appearance since her father died Nov. 30 this year. The Fast & Furious star was a passenger in a red Porsche Carrera GT being driven by friend Roger Rodas when the car went out of control and crashed in Valencia, California killing both men.
By Michael Smith