Why Justin Bieber deserves his upcoming museum exhibit

Anne T. Donahue explains why a Justin Bieber exhibit is a good thing for his hometown of Stratford, Ont., and why the young star deserves the retrospective.
A poster with Justin Bieber imageis shown in this undated handout image. Mementoes from Justin Bieber's formative years as an aspiring Canadian singer will go on display next month at a museum exhibit in his hometown of Stratford, Ontario. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO- Stratford Perth Museum (Stratford Pearth Museum/Canadian Press)
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Contributor Anne T. Donahue drops by every week to share her take on the latest cool — or annoying — pop cultural things happening out there right now. This week she looks at a Justin Bieber museum exhibit opening in Stratford, Ont., Winona Ryder's L'Oréal haircare commercial, and Ricky Martin's upcoming appearance on the small screen. 

Produced by Shannon Higgins

Anne T. Donahue explains why a Justin Bieber exhibit is a good thing for his hometown of Stratford, Ont., and why the young star deserves the retrospective. 7:11

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