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4 November 2012, 09:51
The 'Boyfriend' singer admits he's been offered a series of roles to consider after he completes his world tour.
Justin Bieber has revealed that he is excited at the prospect of launching a movie career after he completes his 'Believe' world tour.
The 'As Long As You Love Me' singer is currently working on a proposed basketball film alongside Mark Wahlberg, but is also considering several other potential roles.
"I have a few offers after my tour is done," he told Star magazine. "I'm pretty excited, I want to do comedy stuff and some action but I don't know what exactly. I am a joke star and I am good at it."
The Canadian star also denied that his music would have to take second place to his movie ambitions and opened up on some of his dream collaborations.
"I won't stop making music. I would love to do a song with Stevie Wonder and a duet with Quincy Jones would be crazy," he added.
The teen star will follow a series of pop stars who've made the leap into the acting world such as Justin Timberlake, and most recently Rihanna.
Meanwhile, Justin's 'Believe' tour will head to the UK in early 2013.