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Thursday, 28 June 2012

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Justin and Selena plan to sing "The Star Spangled Banner" at the Heat's first home game later this year.

LOS ANGELES - One of America's happiest couples, Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez, has just become even happier.

Bieber and Gomez have just been informed that their request to purchase 1% ownership in the recently crowned NBA champions the Miami Heat has been approved by the team owner Mickey Arison.

Justin and Selena have been wanting to buy into a professional sports team since Valentine's Day of this year.

At first they toyed with the idea of trying to buy 1% of the New York Yankees, but the owners informed the couple that there was actually a waiting list to buy a percentage of the team.

They then figured that they would try to acquire part of the Dallas Cowboys, since Selena is originally from Texas. But owner Jerry Jones told them that he is a very greedy man and he wants the team all to himself.

So Justin decided to call up his good friend LeBron James and ask about the possibility of buying a percentage of the Miami Heat.

James told him that he thought that it was a great idea and said that he can hear him and Selena now singing the National Anthem at some of their home games.

LeBron gave Justin the private cell phone number of team owner Mickey Arison and told him to give him a call and to be sure and mention that Lebron James thinks that it would be a great idea for Justin and Selena to be part owners of the Miami Heat.

And so when Bieber called him up all he had to say was "Mr. Arison my girlfriend Selena and I were wondering if..."

Arison interrupted him. "Justin my boy. Lebron told me all about it. And if King James thinks that it's a good idea then Mickey Arison definitely does to."

[EDITOR'S NOTE: The paperwork was drawn up and since the Heat are worth $425 million, Justin and Selena's one percent share comes out to $4.25 million.]

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