Justin Bieber naked pictures leaked online as popstar hides rude bits behind guitar; Boy band Emblem3 strip down as they recreate Justin's naked guitar photographs





Pictures of Justin Bieber posing completely naked have emerged online.


In photos, the 19-year-old is seen covering his modesty with an acoustic guitar, while jamming out a naked serenade for his grandmother, Diane Dale.



The photos of nude Bieber obtained by TMZ were taken in October last year.

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Drew Chadwick and brothers Wesley and Keaton Stromberg of Emblem3, stripped down on Monday night posing naked except for strategically placed instruments, copying the now-infamous pictures of Bieber which were leaked earlier this week.



“Hey @justinbieber, we’re in Canada ready for the jam sesh! #Emblem3,” the band tweeted.

The trio - who are signed to Simon Cowell's record label, Synco Records and Colombian records - posed for the naughty picture in Bieber's hometown Canada.

The band is currently on tour with Bieber's on-again-off-again girlfriend Selena Gomez as the support act for her Stars Dance Tour.



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