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20 July 2012, 10:35
The 'Never Say Never' star smoulders for the camera in his mature cover shoot for the publication.
Justin Bieber's cover shoot for Rolling Stone magazine has been unveiled as the magazine declares the Canadian pop star "Hot. Ready. Legal".
The 'Boyfriend' singer features in his second cover shoot for the high profile US publication, after his previous feature back in February 2011, and poses on the cover in a simple white vest and gold chain.
Justin's feature in the magazine was published today in America, and sees him discussing the more mature direction of his music as well as feeling more "manly" now he is 18 and no carrying himself "like a boy".
Behind the scenes footage from Justin's cover shoot was unveiled earlier this week, and sees him posing with an acoustic guitar on a beach, as well as in a various other outfits including a tight white t-shirt and a checked shirt.
Justin began teasing fans on Twitter earlier today (20th July) by promising he has some "big news" to announce tomorrow (21st July), with speculation mounting that he may release his highly anticipated "short film" music video for new single 'As Long As You Love Me'.
After shooting the video earlier this month Justin suggested that both Usher and will.i.am will make guest appearances in the promo.
Check out Justin Bieber's brand new Rolling Stone cover shoot below (Credit: Rolling Stone):
The 'Never Say Never' singer is currently in New Zealand promoting his new album 'Believe', which launched last month to a hugely position reception from the majority of his fans.
Earlier this week producer Timbaland sparked speculation that Justin and his girlfriend Selena Gomez could be considering marriage, after joking that he wants to play at the pair's wedding.
Keep it Capital for full news on Justin's big announcement coming this weekend.