Jason McCann (Justin Bieber) Shot on His Return to 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' (VIDEO)


Fans of Justin Bieber have been enjoying him all over their televisions the past few weeks. With his movie in theaters, he's been hitting the talk show circuit hard core and he was a big presence (albeit award-snubbed) at the Grammys. Now, he's back on 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' (Thu., 9PM on CBS) as troubled teen Jason McCann.


This is almost definitely the last time you'll see Bieber on the show. After setting a bomb that endangered the team, he was defiant until the end. He tried to get the driver of the van he was pulled over in killed, and then pulled a piece on the hordes of police.

Now, for his fans who struggle with the difference between reality and fiction, there is no reason to send death threats to the actors who played the police officers who shot him. It's not real. Your teen idol is just fine. You'll just have to look for his next appearances elsewhere.

1 comment

Frances said...

Justin Bieber guesting in a CSI episode might have drawn in plenty of fans who are oblivious to how investigators and forensic engineers work on each case they handle.

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