Ever since Justin Bieber rose to fame in 2008, the heartthrob singer has been romantically linked to many of Hollywood's hottest stars.While Selena Gomez is probably his most famous romance, she certainly isn't his only one!If you feel we have infringed your copyright, click here to alert us and we’ll do our best to remove it as soon as possible.Eco-queen and television personality Elissa Sursara has pledged to crank up the volume on her wildlife conservation work in 2017, saying, “We’ve come to a point where, if we dont act now, we might not be able to reverse the damage we’ve done.” Posting to her popular Instagram account, the wildlife expert and long-term conservationist said, “As 2016 comes to a close and 2017 creeps over the horizon, let’s pledge to make better choices for our planet, for wildlife and for the generations who come next.” We've come to a point where, if we don't act now, we might not be able to reverse the damage we've done.Hollywood dating rumours come and go and sometimes it turns out they’re true (Kendall Jenner and ASAP Rocky, anyone? The latest rumour centres on Justin Bieber and Hailee Steinfeld and whether they are, in fact, an item.
The pair hasn’t ever officially commented on their romance, but there are plenty of snaps of the duo on Instagram to support the claim.
Hunted for parts and pelts, there are fewer than 4000 wild tigers left.
Therefore, tiger conservation is now more critical than ever to protect these cats from extinction.
The pair, who represent Australia Zoo as global ambassadors to the Wildlife Warriors Worldwide program, spent the day cozying up to joey koalas and feeding critically endangered bearcats before jamming with their pals from Justice Crew on the zoo grounds.
Tim Dormer, who won the 2013 series of Big Brother in Australia and later entered the Canadian Big Brother house, and Elissa Sursara, a celebrity naturalist and wildlife presenter with almost a quarter of a million followers, later attended the Steve Irwin Gala Dinner in Brisbane, arriving together but leaving separately.