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Bieber ‘wants to date Cody’s sister’

Published 25/06/2015

Cody Simpson and Justin Bieber
Cody Simpson and Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber has reportedly asked close friend Cody Simpson for permission to date his 17-year-old sister Alli.

The 21-year-old singer is close friends with Australian star Cody. And after deciding to turn his relationship with his pal’s 17-year-old sister Alli from platonic to romantic, Justin has apparently asked Cody for his permission to ask his sibling out.

“Justin would never do it without Cody’s blessings,” a source told America’s OK! Magazine. “He’s told Cody he really wants to date her.”

Justin has never made a secret of his admiration for Alli, having called her “pretty” during an interview at Radio Disney back in 2012. However, he was dating Selena Gomez at the time so nothing could happen between the pair.

Now Alli has grown up, Justin believes she is the perfect candidate for his next girlfriend.

“Justin’s completely in awe of how Alli’s matured,” the source added. “He says she’s hotter than Gigi [Hadid], Selena [Gomez] and Kendall [Jenner] combined!”

While Justin is keen to get Cody’s permission, the decision doesn’t rest entirely with the tanned heartthrob.

According to insiders, Alli is more than a little sweet on Justin, and would jump at the chance to go on a night out with him.

“Cody may have no choice in the matter as Alli’s totally up for a date with Justin,” the source said.

Justin was recently forced to assert his heterosexuality after a video he posted on Instagram which showed him kissing a male friend on the cheek.

While the singer is used to putting up with speculation online, he was quick to inform fans that he is most definitely straight.

"@mikeyarana I'm not gay but even if I was that's not an insult (sic)," he posted.

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