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Justin Bieber takes over James Corden's "Late Late Show" monologue

If pop music doesn't work out, Justin Bieber might have a shot as host of a late-night program.

The "Sorry" singer crashed "The Late Late Show" on Thursday and delivered the monologue instead of James Corden. "I read that Jeb Bush's super pack has spent over $15 million on his campaign," Bieber set up a political joke. "Meanwhile, Bernie Sanders has spent over $5 on his latest haircut."

The 21-year-old pop star was nailing the monologue until Corden came out, wearing only a bathrobe and towel, and shut him down. "I really want to host my own late-night show," Bieber admitted to the host.

Corden was reluctant but he eventually let the musician continue hosting. "I'm Justin Bieber, and this is
"The Late Late Show." Roll the titles," he said excitedly.

The heartthrob also debuted a new neck tattoo on Thursday night. "New tattoo," he Instagrammed while in his "Late Late Show" dressing room. The ink on the back of his neck appears to be a pair of angel wings.

New tattoo :)

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Bieber has been on the CBS program several times since Corden started hosting. He even participated in the fan favorite segment, Carpool Karaoke, where he performed a few pop music hits with the late-night host.