Justin Bieber shows off new tattoo

Justin Bieber has showed off an angel wings tattoo - his 52nd piece of body art.

Justin Bieber shows off new tattoo

Justin Bieber has shown off his 52nd tattoo.

The 'Sorry' hitmaker took to Instagram yesterday (10.12.15) to reveal the latest addition to his collection of body art, a pair of wings on the back of his neck, close to the word 'Patience', which he had inked some time ago.

He simply captioned the image - a back view of himself looking in a mirror - with the words: "New tattoo :) (sic)"

Meanwhile, the 21-year-old singer has splashed out $50,000 for just two nights accommodation.

According to TMZ, the 'Believe' singer has splashed out on the 23,000 sq ft Miami Versace Mansion, which boasts a 54-foot swimming pool lined with 24-carat gold and an Italian marble bathroom attached to each bedroom.

And Justin's own suite - which is usually reserved for Donatella Versace - boasts a double king-sized bed which, like the other beds in the property, has Egyptian cotton linens.

Last weekend, police were called to the singer's hotel room in London.

The 'What Do You Mean?' singer invited four girls back to his room at the luxury Rosewood hotel following his performance at the Capital Jingle Bell Ball on Sunday (06.12.15), but when one of them decided to leave she threw a hissy fit and ended up calling the police.

A source said: "The night had gone swimmingly as far as Justin was concerned, he'd been to a couple of clubs and had ended up going back to his hotel with four girls he met. But after fooling around in his hotel room one of them had an almighty meltdown.

"She stormed down to reception in no shoes and made a right scene.

"It was just after 6am so, as you can imagine, she caused a huge disturbance.

"She was saying, 'Where's my friend? I'll call the police!'

"She'd clearly enjoyed the night a bit too much and eventually did call the cops."

However, the Met Police have confirmed that while they were called to the hotel, they did not speak to the pop star.

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