Justin Bieber's fans are growing up.
Just ask Johnny Depp. It was two years ago when Depp not only took his then 12-year-old daughter Lily-Rose to a Bieber concert, but he also snagged her a meet and greet backstage with the pop music sensation.
"We brought her to the show and introduced them and it was quite astonishing to see your child in this kind of like frozen [state]," Depp recalled around the same time during an appearance on The Late Show With David Letterman.
However, Lily-Rose is no longer the Belieber she once was. "She thinks that Bieber is obviously talented and stuff, but she's now moving into other arenas of music in her life," Depp told me while promoting his latest big-budget action flick, The Lone Ranger (in theaters on July 3). "The sounds are changing now."
And so are her requests for concert tickets.
"She prefers I didn't go to concerts with her, especially don't take her to concerts," Depp said. "No, [that's] out of the question."
But who needs to go to concerts when your dad can bring One Direction bands home to you?