Justin Bieber Says One Direction Copied His Famous 'Bieber-Flick' Hairstyle

Justin Bieber Says One Direction Copied His Famous 'Bieber-Flick' Hairstyle

Justin Bieber has finally answered the question that everyone has been asking for months (obviously) - why did he change that Bieber-flick hairstyle that everyone loved so much? And he's blamed the cheeky One Direction lads, who he says copied him. Ooo, the claws are out!

The 'Boyfriend' superstar claims that he opted for a shorter, more mature style after he noticed everyone, including 1D's Liam Payne in particular, had the same style as him.

Justin told We Love Pop magazine: "It was more like - everyone's got my hair now and I need to change it up a little bit! Once I had my hair, I felt everybody else started to do the same thing, so I decided to change it."

Pointing at a picture of Liam, he added: "I mean, does that look a little familiar? Just a touch!"

However, Justin seems to have laughed the hair vibes off, as he has admitted that he's thrilled to be working on the 'What Makes You Beautiful' group's on their eagerly-awaited second album.

He said: "The One Direction guys are great. We have a lot of fun whenever we hang out. They came over my house and we were just chilling out around the pool and listening to music."

"We were talking about me collaborating with them on a song on their next album. It's gonna be great."

Now that's a pool party we wouldn't mind crashing!

Meanwhile, yesterday it was reported that 'bad boy Bieber' had made yet another appearance as he was caught exceeding speeds of around 100 mph on the freeway (July 6). And now it's been reported by TMZ that a total of 10 drivers called 911 to complain about Biebs' speeding session!

Ooo, what do you think about Biebs' new 'bad boy' rep??

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