It's no secret that Justin Bieber has been causing a little bit of trouble lately.

Whether he's caught peeing in a mop bucket and dissing a former president or angering neighbors with his speedy driving, the Biebs isn't always on his best behavior.

But on Friday's Live From E!, Jason Kennedy, Ken Baker and Arlene Santana questioned how much of an impact mom Pattie Mallette could have on her son.

As she makes the TV rounds promoting her new book, Nowhere But Up, the famous mom is talking open and honestly about raising a teenage son in the spotlight.

Justin Bieber, Pattie Malette, AMA's


"My son is not a public figure to me, he is my son," she told E! News' Alicia Quarles. "I have to believe he will do the right thing." Everyone on the panel agreed Patti is a great mom. But not everyone is a fan of Bieber's close friends.

Also on today's show, Melanie Bromley joined the panel for day five of the Royal Baby Countdown. Reporting outside Buckingham Palace in London, Melanie gave us the latest details on security and baby preparations.

Although some reports suggest Kate Middleton will have a C-section, Melanie is confident the duchess will have a natural birth. Our royal family expert also assures us that Sunday will be the special day of delivery. Ken, on the other hand, thinks Middleton's baby won't come until Wednesday. Let the countdown continue!

Finally, the panel celebrated Lady Gaga's major morning announcement. The "Born This Way" singer announced on Facebook her new ARTPOP album will be released Nov. 11, 2013, and its first single will debut on Aug. 19, 2013.

Will Fame Monsters be able to handle the wait? It will be here before we know it…right?

Be sure to check us out every day at 12:30 p.m. ET/9:30 a.m. PT! And don't forget to follow us on Twitter @LiveFromE and hit us with your questions using the #LiveFromE hashtag.

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