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At sixteen, Justin Bieber is one of the most-watched celebrities in the world. So how does he keep his ego in check with 6 million Twitter fans watching his every move? In his new autobiography, Bieber reveals that he deals with temptation in a tried-and-true way: by turning to a higher power.
"I'm a Christian, I believe in God, I believe that Jesus died on a cross for my sins," Bieber says in a new interview about the memoir. "I believe that I have a relationship and I'm able to talk to him and really, he's the reason I'm here, so I definitely have to remember that. As soon as I start forgetting, I've got to click back and be like, you know, this is why I'm here."
The teen idol says that he's already seen the dark side of Hollywood, calling it "a scary place" where "there's a lot of bad things, but there's also a lot of good things." In addition to staying focused on God, the young singer also tries to stay focused on the future of his music career -- as in, making sure it has a future.
"I see myself making a smooth transition from being a teenage, um, you know, teenage heartthrob basically to, you know, to an adult singer... kind of like Usher or Justin Timberlake did it," Bieber says. And he doesn't want people to be focusing on his perfect hair forever!
"People are always like, 'So, your hair is your trademark' and stuff," he says. "I'm like, no. My voice is my trademark, you know?"
His goals don't end there, though; Justin Bieber also wants to have a family before he hits middle age.
"I see myself being, like, thirty, like married, like probably. I don't know. It seems far away for me," he admits. "But I want to be a young dad."
Justin Bieber thinks thirty is young? This may be the first time that Justin Bieber hasn't made us feel old!
Bieber's memoir, First Step 2 Forever, is in stores now.
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