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Justin Bieber stresses that he doesn't want fans to idolise him

'As Long As You Love Me' singer Justin Bieber has revealed that he doesn't want fans to idolise him because he worries he will end up disappointing them. 

During an interview with Britain's The Mirror newspaper, the Canadian heartthrob admitted that it's hard to know people look up to him because there's so much pressure to constantly be a great role model:

"I would really suggest to people, ‘Don’t put your faith in me’. Because I’m gonna disappoint you every time. Yeah. It’s scary. But I want them to know that I’m not going to be able to solve their problems… I’m not that higher power.”

He added: “I’ll never be. I’m not perfect. I’ve made so many mistakes. I just want to get to a place where… I just want people to know humans aren’t meant to be worshipped. We’re just not. So when a human is being worshipped, this is dangerous. ’Cause it does nothing but give you pride. And I feel like the fans, they've got to understand... you can love me you can be passionate about me, you can fantasise, you can do whatever you want.”

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