Justin Bieber: I’m a tourist


Justin Bieber is a tourist.

The Confident hitmaker took a break from work to do some sightseeing. The 20-year-old Baby singer was in Italy and posted a video to Instagram on Monday of him walking outdoors and ready for some food.

“I’m in Italy. Now all I’m missing is some Fettuccine Alfredo,” he says in the video.

“Italy was pretty awesome, could find me in your city next,” he captioned the post, adding “#imatourist #nowork #sightseeing #fettucciniAlfredo #imthatguywithafannypack #ifuseemeletmeenjoymyvisit #illbebackfortouripromise.”



Italy was pretty awesome, could find me in your city next - #imatourist #nowork #sightseeing #fettucciniAlfredo #imthatguywithafannypack #ifuseemeletmeenjoymyvisit #illbebackfortouripromise

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  On Twitter the star told his 55.4 million followers he is “blessed” to travel.  

Earlier this month, Justin sparked speculation he may be the new face of Chanel when he shared a sneak peek of a photo shoot with Karl Lagerfeld, captioning the shared images on Instagram, “Big things coming up with my friend @KarlLagerfeld.”

The performer is rumoured to have recently split from his on-off girlfriend Selena Gomez after jetting to Paris and enjoying a Caribbean getaway together. The pair has been involved since 2010. Apparently the 22-year-old songstress and her allegedly former beau most recently split over different levels of commitment.

“When they got back together he told her he was already ring shopping, it’s one of the reasons she agreed to take him back,” a source told Hollywood Life. “Selena wants that security, she is ready to take that step with him and he promised her that he was too, but he was just leading her on.”

Another source explained the Come & Get It performer is “crazy” about Justin but is “playing it cool and calm”.

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