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Wednesday, 16 February 2011

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The director of the hit show 'Glee,' Toodleoo Palookatucker. (Photo courtesy of Kathy Griffin).

HOLLYWOOD - After appearing on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and Growing Up Kardashian, teen singing sensation Justin Bieber has agreed to star on an upcoming episode of the popular musical hit show Glee.

Glee has already won many awards including Best Use of Cheerleading Uniforms in A Television Dramedy.

It also captured the coveted Samantha Pettifogger Teen Award for compassionately addressing the issue of teenage blemishes and boo boo's.

As Samantha Pettifogger Teen Award spokesperson Paris Hilton recently stated at a luncheon which was held in Dubai, India, "The issue of teen facial problems is one that must be addressed head on in order to meet it head on and to make perfectly sure that this very real problem is met head on by everyone and not just famous celebrities like me, Lindsay Lohan, and Boo Boo Stewart."

Justin Bieber was interviewed by The Tinsel Town Times Tribune and was asked how he was feeling after losing out The Best New Artist Award at the recent Grammys to the relatively unknown Esperanza Spalding.

Bieber told Cashew Vixenheimer that at first he was like really bummed out because he had never heard of Asparagus Spatula before and neither had Mick Jagger nor Bob Dylan both whom he had asked backstage.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: Bieber has mistakenly referred to Esperanza Spalding as Espionage Spaghetti, Especially Spelunker, and now Asparagus Spatula.]

Vixenheimer pointed out that Justin Bieber does have the right attitude though. He confided in her that losing The Best New Artist Award will only make him strive to write much better music, much better lyrics, and maybe even take up that big old silly looking stand up bass.

Bieber told Cashew that when he finds out more details about his upcoming appearance on Glee that he will certainly call her up and let her and 'The Tinsel Town Times Tribune' know.

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