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Topics: Justin Bieber, CSI

Saturday, 11 September 2010

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Justin Bieber in a scene from CSI: Miami. (Photo courtesy of Kim Kardashian).

HOLLYWOOD - The extremely popular young singing star from Canada Justin Bieber will be pretty busy making the rounds of the CSI series.

He will be starring in CSI: Las Vegas as Jason McCann, a kid who gets into a lot trouble because of his quasi-addiction to playing with matches.

In one scene he comes very close to completely burning down the Circus Circus Hotel Casino when he accidentally sets a zebra on fire.

He is later caught with $9,000 worth of gambling chips tucked in his Spiderman underwear.

In his appearance on CSI: New York, Justin stars as Jacob O'Canada, a young ventriloquist who with his dummy, Mr. Stimulus Package works the subways of New York.

Jacob manages to make about $58 a day. But NYPD officers soon learn that Mr. Stimulus Package is hollowed out and is filled with thousands of dollars of illegal bubblegum.

In Justin's CSI: Miami appearance, he portrays Josh Ontario, Jr., the son of a man who imports oranges from Idaho, lemons from New Mexico, and grapefruit from Wisconsin.

Josh Jr. soon convinces his dad to go into the hurricane proof senior citizen walker business and within two months the elder Ontario becomes one of the wealthiest businessmen in Florida.

Josh Sr. is so thrilled with Josh Jr. that he buys him his own recording studio and within six months Josh Ontario, Jr. becomes so good that he becomes the opening act for the teen singing sensation Justin Bieber.

SIDENOTE: Justin has said that he will be writing songs for each one of the three CSI shows. He said that he did not want to give away to much info, but did confess that all three songs will have the word CSI in the title.

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