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Justin Bieber on Between Two Ferns

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Zach Galifianakis is a master of awkward humour, but the latest edition of his hilarious, Webby Award-winning faux-talk show Between Two Ferns — featuring controversy-plagued pop star Justin Bieber — takes the cake.

In an uproarious and cringe-inducing five minutes that feels surreal and brutally honest, Galifianakis skewers the Stratford, Ont.-born Biebs.

"It's really exciting to talk to you, especially right in the middle of your public meltdown," Galifianakis begins, before launching into a bunch of questions and sarcastic statements that tons of anti-Bieber folks will undoubtedly cheer on.

Bieber, to his credit, plays along gamely, offering a subdued, largely straight performance against host Galifianakis' inevitable breakdown.

Check out the Funnyordie.com webisode above (Note: a touch of strong language). What do you think? Smart move for Bieber or will this add further to the pop star's troubled rep? Share your comments below

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