Justin Bieber Moons the Camera in Instagram Shot

Jan 21 2013, 10:58am CST | by

Justin Bieber Moons the Camera in Instagram Shot
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Justin Bieber | Photo Credits: Kevin Winter/Getty Images

Bieber got back!

Justin Bieber gave fans an eyeful via Instagram over the weekend, posting a shot of himself mooning the camera.

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The teen heartthrob quickly deleted the photo, in which he glances over his shoulder as he pulls his pants partially down, but not before it had amassed nearly 100,000 "Likes." Check out the photo here (via E! News).

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Perhaps the derriere shot was Bieber's way of dealing with his recent split from Selena Gomez. For her part, Gomez told fans at a private concert in New York City over the weekend, "I've been through a lot the past few months. It's been weird and sad and cool," Us Weekly reports.

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Gomez then covered Justin Timberlake's breakup ballad "Cry Me a River," which Bieber himself covered at one of his concerts several weeks ago.

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