Justin Bieber brushed up on his Japanese as he launched his album with fans at the Tower Records store in Shinjuku, Tokyo. The 16-year-old star greeted his fans saying "Konnichiwa" (greetings), "cho kawaii" (very cute), and "daisuki" (I like very much) after spending the morning learning phrases with a Japanese tutor. Earlier in the day the pop sensation and his father had a private lesson in the basics of the language. He Tweeted from his hotel: "Had some japanese lessons today...this place is awesome." T

Justin Bieber brushed up on his Japanese as he launched his album with fans at the Tower Records store in Shinjuku, Tokyo. The 16-year-old star greeted his fans saying "Konnichiwa" (greetings), "cho kawaii" (very cute), and "daisuki" (I like very much) after spending the morning learning phrases with a Japanese tutor. Earlier in the day the pop sensation and his father had a private lesson in the basics of the language. He Tweeted from his hotel: "Had some japanese lessons today...this place is awesome." T

Teen star Justin Bieber has been named as the new face of an anti-acne product, according to reports.

Following in the footsteps of Jessica Simpson, Katy Perry and Jennifer Love Hewitt, the 16-year-old pop sensation is the new spokesperson for Proactiv anti-acne treatment, according to People.com.

The Canadian singer told the entertainment site: "I know that for a teenager, it doesn't matter how many people are looking at you, you don't want acne on your face.

"I'm in the limelight all the time… I'm constantly doing interviews, constantly doing photo-shoots and, you know, I’m determined to keep myself clear."

He added: "Using Proactiv will help that."

Greg Renker, founder of Gunthy-Renker, which markets Proactiv, revealed the company is happy to have the star fronting their campaign.

He said: "Justin has millions of fans of all ages and followers online where our consumers spend a lot of their time."