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2010-08-25 12:20

Justin Bieber has to keep re-shooting his CSI scenes – because he is miming his co-stars' lines.

The 16-year-old pop star – who is appearing in the US drama show as a troubled teen – is reportedly costing the television programme a fortune, because Justin's scenes need to be retaken every time his lips are caught moving along with the other stars' words.

A source told the National Enquirer magazine: "It's good Justin's got everyone's lines memorised so he knows where he's at in the scene, but the camera keeps catching him lip-synching when the other actors speak. It's hilarious – but damned expensive!"

During Justin's acting debut in the season premiere, the teenage star plays troubled Jason McCann and will remain a regular character throughout the entire series.

A show spokesperson recently explained: "He will play a troubled teen who is faced with a terrible decision regarding his only brother – a decision that leads him into an explosive confrontation with the CSIs. It is the beginning of an emotional story that will conclude later in the season."

Justin Bieber has to keep re-shooting his CSI scenes because he is miming his co-star's lines.
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