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Justin Bieber talks turning 18, acting and starting a family

Teen sensation Justin Bieber has opened up on turning 18 - admitting that he still expects his mother to phone him every day.

The singer turned 18 yesterday (March 1), receiving a flashy car for his troubles on the Ellen DeGeneres show from his manager.

Bieber has spoken to MTV, answering fans' questions - and revealed that he's looking forward to touring and meeting fans in his watershed year. He said:

"Well, 18 requires a lot of responsibilities; moving out requires me to be alone, without my parents. So, legally, I can make any decision I want. My mom's still going to be there, probably, calling me every day. Probably won't be able to get away from her for too long. Eighteen's going to be fun. I look forward to a lot of touring and a lot of spending time with my fans, so 18 is going to be a great year."

Bieber also revealed a desire to enter acting and raise his own family. When asked where he sees himself in ten years, he replied:

"I see myself acting. I have some ideas right now I'm working on. I see myself in 10 years having a family. Twenty-eight, that's a good time to really have a family 'cause I want to be a young dad. Maybe, [it's a] long time away though. Don't get any ideas, people. It's not happening anytime soon."

Watch Justin Bieber receive an 18th birthday present from his manager below: