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Bieber hints at Zoolander cameo

Published 29/04/2015

Is Justin Bieber hinting that he has a cameo in the new Zoolander film?

The 21-year-old star is known to love a good pose and regularly treats his followers to pictures on Instagram and Twitter.

Now he's caused a bit of a stir by posing with Ben Stiller, who will reprise his role as vain male model Derek Zoolander in the upcoming sequel. And Justin hinted he could have something to do with the film as he posted a snap of the pair on Instagram, showing them in black and white and pouting at each other.

"@benstiller #Zoolander2 #itsawignotmynewhair (sic)" he captioned it.

It's not the only posing Justin has been doing lately. He's also the cover star of Hero magazine, where a headshot shows off his longer blonde hairstyle and a headline describes him as the 'Prince of Pop'.

He's been trying to turn over a new leaf this year, after facing trouble in 2014 for egging a neighbour's home and driving without a licence. With several public apologies, including two stints on Ellen DeGeneres' show, behind him, he just hopes people realises he's sincere.

"It’s definitely hard having so many people judge you from a distance. Sometimes you just want to explain yourself but then that’s giving in to gossip and it makes things worse," he said in his interview for the magazine.

"I hope people felt the sincerity in my apologies.

"There are a lot of things that have happened in the last couple of years that I’m not very proud of and I feel a responsibility to my fans and to the public who believe in me to make it right. I hope everyone believed it – because it was honest."

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