At times during Justin Bieber's short career it's seemed like the Canadian popster has been pretty close to taking over the worlds of celebrity and music, and now he's been given an accolade that no celeb CV can do without, a slot on The Simpsons.
The 18-year-old tweeted: "Just did a voice over for the SIMPSONS!!! #swaggy," before deleting it, perhaps when he realised that show bosses may be a little peeved with the Bieb for leaking the information before an official announcement.
A publicist for the long-running series, which has in the past guest-starred Michael Jackson, Tony Blair, N'SYNC, Katy Perry and U2, confirmed his appearance to E! News but had no further comment.
Simpsons executive producer Al Jean however spoke more candidly to Entertainment Weekly about the "Boyfriend" singer's appearance, stating that he will be playing himself alongside Homer and the gang in a future episode titled "The Fabulous Faker Boy" that has a bit of a musical theme.
Jean said: "He tries to get into a talent show that Bart is playing piano in and they won't admit him,"
However he cautioned Beliebers not to expect too much of the teen idol, saying "It's a cameo," before adding: "but all of his fans should watch every minute of the show, before and after he's on."
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