Miquita Oliver: I'll weep if Bieber cleans up at 4Music awards
TV presenter Miquita Oliver is hoping Justin Bieber wins in the Best Boy category at the 4Music Video Honours 2014 next month, so much so she is hoping her family pick up on the fact she has a crush on the 20-year-old pop star when they vote.
Miquita Oliver has admitted she will have a little cry if Justin Bieber cleans up at the 4Music Video Honours 2014.
The TV presenter, who is hosting the event on November 22, is a huge fan of the 'Never Say Never' hitmaker and admits she would be delighted if he won Best Boy at the ceremony, so much so she is hoping her family have picked up on the fact she wants the 20-year-old pop star to win when they vote.
She exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "I think everyone knows about my crush on Justin Bieber, I've been pretty clear about that.
"I might weep quietly on my own, just not on camera. I'd save that for my private time.
"I don't get a vote, I'm not allowed, but I get all my cousins and my nieces and nephews to vote. I don't tell them what to vote but I make sure they vote.
"Hopefully they will get the idea that I want people like Justin Bieber and One Direction to win."
As well as having a penchant for Justin, the 30-year-old star admits she wouldn't begrudge One Direction winning Best Video for their hit 'Midnight Memories' or triumphing in the Best Boy category because she loves what they have done for "pop music all over the world".
She added: "I really love One Direction, I think they're the most hard-working, brilliant boys. There's always a time when there's a certain band who just win everything.
"But I think what One Direction have done for pop music all over the world is nothing short of extraordinary. It's just great when they come home and you can feel really proud of them.
"They've made pop music in this country feel the most relevant thing in the world. I think they should win everything. Ever."
Miquita is hosting the 4Muisc Video Honours 2014 on Saturday November 22. Watch online at www.4music.com/watchnow or stream live from The Box+ App.
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