Claire Hoffman

Rolling Stone

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Contributing editor for Rolling Stone; she wrote the February 28, 2014 cover story on Justin Bieber

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Claire Hoffman was only three years old when her meditation teacher whispered her own personal secret mantra to her – the mantra she could use to meditate, which would lead to personal…

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Claire Hoffman was only three years old when her meditation teacher whispered her own personal secret mantra to her – the mantra she could use to meditate, which would lead to personal…

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It only took four short years for a young, innocent Justin Bieber to transform into the chaotic, troubled teen star we see in news reports today.

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