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Justin Bieber bleaches hair blonde

Published 06/06/2016

Justin Bieber
Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber has taken a page out of Taylor Swift’s book and opted for a bleach blonde hair style.

Justin Bieber has debuted a new bleach blonde hairdo.

The Sorry singer promoted his new emoji app Justmoji on Friday (03Jun16) by teasing his 70 million Instagram followers that he would give them a sneak peek at his new hair colour if they downloaded the technology. Accordingly, on Saturday (04Jun16), the 22-year-old star revealed his new platinum blonde crop in several posts. In two of the pictures, Justin is sporting a plain grey hoodie while he shoots pool with some friends, and in the others, he's posing in front of a helicopter with his crew, dressed simply in a blue T-shirt and shorts. While he was once known for his signature side-swept tresses, the Canadian-born performer has been pushing the boundaries with his look for several months now. Over the course of 2016 he has sported his natural light brown shade, cornrows, lilac hair and short dreadlocks before shaving his head at the end of April (16).

In more snaps posted on Instagram, Justin's new hair style was on full display as he plays a game of pool with British Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton, which the singer apparently lost.

"The champ wins again..." Justin wrote. "It was a sad day @lewishamilton."

To which Lewis responded: "Sorry @justinbieber #repost #iwin.”

And it appears that Justin is enjoying taking some time out from singing and taking a keen interest in sport. Earlier on Saturday, the pop star was seen sat next Lewis and Brazilian footballer Neymar Jr, who wasn't playing for his country in the tournament, in a private box for the Brazil v Ecuador 2016 Copa America match in Pasadena, California.

The threesome was seen having fun taking selfies during the match with Justin sticking out his tongue and Neymar and Lewis fooling around beside him.

Justin settled on just one snap from the match, posting the image with the caption: "3 kings."

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