Calvin Klein said to be taking on Bieber in new campaign

Calvin Klein said to be taking on Bieber in new campaign

Justin Bieber is rumoured to be the new face of Calvin Klein.

The 'Boyfriend' hitmaker - who recently posted shots of himself posing in the brand's iconic briefs on his Instagram account - has reportedly teamed up with the famed underwear label for a campaign which is set to be released later this year.

A source told the Mail Online: "Justin has shot for Calvin Klein, we hope the results will be released later this year."

Another insider has since confirmed to E! News that Justin had been involved in a shoot for the label.

News of the team-up follows a cryptic photo the 'Never Say Never' singer posted on his Instagram account back in March, in which he is seen posing with his shirt unbuttoned and wearing a pair of black Calvin Klein briefs.

Justin captioned the picture: "What If I do a Calvin Klein campaign ? Comment below yes or no. (sic)"

Calvin Klein have so far declined to comment on the revelations but it is thought the 20-year-old will soon be joining model Lara Stone as the face of the brand.

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