Platinum-selling singer of song and the world's third most powerful celebrity Justin Bieber think he's an "underdog".
The unrivalled star spoke about this feeling in a recent interview (as quoted here), saying: "I feel like, in some ways, I am the underdog. Because it's like there's…there's people that don't believe that…I can make the transition from being a teen pop star to an adult."
"I feel like I just don't want to be another teen heartthrob," the handsome, healthy, affluent star went on to explain. "I just think that that just annoys me. To think that that's what people will think of me, I just want to prove people wrong."
Justin then launched into a lengthy waffle about this topic so prepare yourselves.
"I think Believe has really showcased what I'm capable of, especially becoming an 18 year old and becoming an adult. And hearing older people say, 'Wow, this new album's great. Like I didn't know that was Justin Bieber.' Or, you know, 'Wow, like I never used to listen to Justin Bieber's music, and now I like his music.' Or, This, 'As Long As You Love Me,' that's Justin Bieber singing?' I like those reactions, because I feel like they're judging me based on my music and not based on, you know, a flick of my hair."
Basically that's a big 'fuck off' to most of his teen fans isn't it?