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Justin Bieber Best TV Villian? Singer Nabs 2011 Teen Choice Nod For His Acting Chops!

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Jun. 29 2011, Published 8:02 a.m. ET

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Justin Bieber has made a pretty serious crossover from teen dream singer to dramatic actor! The Biebs is being recognized with a nomination for his guest spot on CSI at the 2011 Teen Choice Awards! 

Justin guest-starred on the hit CBS show earlier this year taking on the role of troubled teen Jason McCann, and he certainly made a dramatic exit — and by dramatic we mean being gunned down by multiple bullets.

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JB appeared in a couple of episodes as the young delinquent and that was all that was needed for him to receive a nod for Choice TV Villain at this years Teen Choice Awards on Aug. 7.

The 17-year-old singing sensation is up against Jane Lynch (Glee), Seth MacFarlane (as Stewie Griffin in Family Guy), Joseph Morgan (The Vampire Diaries) and Ed Westwick (Gossip Girl).

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Justin is also nominated for Choice Male Hottie, Choice Music: Male Artist and Choice Red Carpet Fashion Icon.

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Bet he never thought he would be up against his idol Stewie — MacFarlane — as The Biebs is known to rock a custom diamond encrusted Stewie around his neck. We would definitely say he is a Fashion Icon to some!

Watch Justin, as Jason McCann in CSI, in the clip below! With fans voting, do you think JB will nab the Teen Choice Award in the TV villain category? Sound off in the comments!

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