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‘Ab Fab’ Justin Bieber Loses His T-Shirt – and Almost His Pants!

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Jan. 29 2013, Published 11:48 a.m. ET

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Justin Bieber could give Kate Moss a run for her money.

The very skinny - and newly single - Canadian singing sensation, 18, ditched his T-shirt and could barely keep his pants up as he confidently strutted poolside in Miami on Monday – one day after playing a concert and while anxiously awaiting the release of his new acoustic album.

The Baby singer was recently joined on tour by his mother Pattie to offer her famous son some support during the last leg of American dates.

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Justin now has a three-week break before beginning the European leg of his tour and he’s staying at a palatial Miami mansion; it’s listed at nearly $24 million that has 10 bedrooms and measures more than 12,000 square feet in a celebrity-filled neighborhood.

Meanwhile, Bieber’s brand-new acoustic album, Believe Acoustic, out Tuesday, features unplugged renditions of tracks off his 2012 release, as well as three new tunes, including one about his breakup with Selena Gomez, Nothing Like Us.

And as MTV News points out, it’s getting positive reaction judging from the Twitterverse:

"Justin Bieber's new album Believe Acoustic is pretty tight," @NatTheCreator wrote. "I have to admit he's talented af. Def requesting this to all my friends."

@RicardoOrdieres declared the album "Heaven to my ears," while ‏@aranzavega123 noted it "is just perfect omg."

"Justin Bieber's acoustic version of Boyfriend >>> Oh my lord, just marry me already," @arguello_monica tweeted.

But it's not just the die-hard Beliebers praising the release. Even some people who aren’t exactly Bieber fans are becoming Beliebers. @ilyCarliee shared, "okay I don't even like Justin bieber but this acoustic album is pretty perfect."

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