Breaking News! Justin Bieber Is Involved In A Crime Scene Investigation!

Tue, January 11, 2011 7:28pm EST by 2 Comments


Don’t be scared Beliebers, Justin isn’t in trouble, he is just returning to the hit CBS show CSI on February 17th!

Since Justin Bieber knocked his first performance on CSI out of the park back in September to the tune of 14.6 million viewers, we are now very excited to hear that the Biebs return as a troubled teen whose brother was killed by the CSI’s is geared for a February 17th return. I guess Valentine’s Day will come twice next month!

The episode is called, “Targets of Obsession” and could easily be confused as a title for a new Justin song about his feelings towards Selena Gomez. Alas, that song doesn’t exist — yet! This episode continues Justin’s previous storyline, one a CBS rep previously described as, “An emotional story that will conclude later this season.” Guess later is here now!

Let’s be honest HollywoodLifers, as long as Justin Bieber is on our television, the world is a great place!

Russ Weakland

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Posted at 8:17 PM on January 11, 2011  

I didn’t even see the first episode Bieber was in. In fact, I’ve never seen a new episode on CBS, except the one with the cult that believes that the gov’t is full of reptilian aliens. Other than that, I have never watched a brand new episode on CSI’s original channel, just reruns on Spike.

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Posted at 7:58 PM on January 11, 2011  

cant wait 2 see it!!!!

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