EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Justin Bieber Takes Radar Behind The Scenes -- Dance-Off With New Reality TV Stars
It's Justin Bieber unscripted!
The teen senstation goes from cute to clown, proving he's not just a pretty face, in this exclusive video on RadarOnline.com.
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While in dance rehearsals for his smash hit Somebody To Love, the young heartthrob took a break to have a laugh with America's Best Dance Crew Season 5 champions, Poreotics.
But as dancer Jet Li learned -- you don't mess with the tween sensation's famous hair!
From winning ABDC's championship title to touring with Justin Bieber, Poreotics have proven their moves are valuable - and it looks like they'll even be getting their own reality show on a major network tentatively titled Life After ABDC: Poreotics.
A source close to production told RadarOnline.com the new show will follow the dance crew to Las Vegas, where they'll be headlining their own act on the Strip.
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"The show is about the cameras following the current champions' journey to defend their title from ABDC to the World Championships in Vegas," said our source.
"It's also a behind-the-scenes look into creating their live Las Vegas show."
Season 1 ABDC champions JabbaWockeez also have a live show called MÜS.I.C in Vegas at the MGM Grand.
"Because they're the champions and have so many fanatic fans like the JabbaWockeez, there has been no other season winners that have competed so well against each other," said the source.
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The Poreotics TV pilot has already been shot and is being produced by Poreotics, Steve Nguyen, Reign Shaw, Brett Lazar and Brandon Burr.
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MTV is close to securing the deal, the source added.
Wayne Brady is scheduled to be part of the creative team behind the live stage show, which is currently in the works.
The reality show will air on network TV sometime this year and the live Vegas show is scheduled to open by the end of 2011.