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Sunday, 26 September 2010

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By the time Justin was six, he had already written his first song, "Hey Mom, What's For Dinner?"

HOLLYWOOD - The teen singing sensation from Canada has just shown that he can also act. Justin Bieber appeared in a role in the hit TV series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and he literally stole the show (no pun intended).

Veteran directors, producers, writers, and make up artists were all amazed at how natural young Justin took to his acting role.

Bieber starred as Jason McCann, a troubled youth who is addicted to matches and who loves to see things burn, such as bridges, Mississippi River barges, the Mojave Desert, and Aretha Franklin's size 24 bloomers.

Justin appeared in several scenes with series regular George Eads, who portrays Nick Stokes. Eads said that everyday young Bieber would arrive on the set an hour before anyone else.

He would go straight to his dressing room and eat two bacon and egg breakfast tacos, drink a glass of orange juice, and eat a small bag of M&M's.

Justin would go over his lines for the day and then take out his guitar and play some of his favorite songs by other artists and bands such as The Alien Aardvarks From Alaska, The Bargain Basement Brats, The Hula Hoopers From Hell, and The Armchair Tiddly Winkers.

CSI's director Miles McDelaware stated that Justin Bieber is a natural and that there is already talk that his CSI performance may get him nominated for a guest supporting actor's Emmy Award.

McDelaware added that Bieber will be making several guest appearances on Charlie Sheen's Two and A Half Men in the role of Charlie Harper's long lost son Tyler "Tabasco" Harper.

SIDENOTE: Justin said that he really enjoyed talking to all of the CSI cast members, especially Marg Helgenberger, whom he said is prettier than Taylor Swift and Hilary Duff combined.

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