Two worlds might be about to collide in a very big way. Pop idol Justin Bieber has dropped the biggest hint yet that he is planning a huge K-pop collaboration when he visits Seoul next month.
The 19-year-old singer -- who will be visiting Korea on October 10 to perform at Seoul's Olympian Stadium -- teased that fans might be seeing him alongside PSY and G-Dragon. He tweeted today: "excited to get to Korea to perform on October 10th. Maybe u will see my guys @psy_oppa and @IBGDRGN. Get the bbq ready. #BELIEVETOUR"
And while a spokesman for the "Beauty and a Beat" star refused to comment, a close source tells IdolWow!: "There's a surprise we're working on. Watch this space."
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Rumors of a Bieber and PSY collaboration have been doing the rounds for some time, and with both stars managed by US music mogul Scooter Braun, more likely than ever. "K-pop is such a big deal around the world," Braun has said. "The sound, the styling, it's really awesome. I love being part of it and some big plans."
PSY is currently in the US working on his debut international album. A YG Entertainment rep did not return calls for comment.