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13 November 2012, 08:41
The 'Gangnam Style' star tells Capital he has a team-up planned with the Canadian singer.
PSY has confessed that he and Justin Bieber are planning to collaborate on "something" in the near future.
The South Korean star told Capitalfm.com that the two artists have been discussing the possibility of a surprise team-up, but are yet to finalise the exact details of their collaboration.
"Yeh, so we have a plan to do something together later but we doesn't have any details yet. But, sure – we gonna do some work later on," he confessed.
When asked if he could predict how great the two star's working together will be, he admitted that it was going to "explode".
He said: "I mean of course you know, hundreds of millions combined [views of their videos] on YouTube – it's gonna explode right?"
PSY recently signed up with Justin's manager Scotter Braun following the worldwide viral smash 'Gangnam Style'.
The track has become the most watched video of all time on YouTube and also scooped the prize for Best Video at the MTV Europe Music Awards 2012 this weekend.
PSY also took to the stage in Frankfurt for the industry event and gave an energetic live performance of the song.
You can listen to PSY speaking to Capitalfm.com about working with Justin Bieber below:
Meanwhile, PSY also recently spoke to Capital about US President Barack Obama's claims that he "thinks" he knows how to do the 'Gangnam Style' dance and said he would like to personally teach the US leader the famous dance moves.