The star posed backstage at the Late Late Show and couldn’t resist giving fans a peak at the fresh design.
Justin Bieber still has some work to do before he’s seen as a little angel again, but he’s already got the ink to match.
The Sorry singer has added to his collection of tattoos, and he appeared to pay tribute to David Beckham with the design as it looked very similar to the retired footballer’s own ink.
As the star looks ahead in the mirror, the top of some angels wings could be seen coming out from under his shirt collar, giving an edge to his rather dapper look in a sharp suit.
Another image directly from behind gave everyone a slightly better look at the design – although it’s not clear how the rest of it looks further down his neck and back.
He simply captioned the picture: “New tattoo 🙂 (sic)”
Meanwhile, Justin recently looked like he was having the time of his life as he relaxed at the $25,000-a-night Versace mansion in Miami for a couple of evenings.
The star looked relaxed – who could blame him? – as he walked by the pool with his toned body on show in a pair of shorts, with the waistband of his Calvin Klein’s peaking over the top.
About that swimming pool, by the way, is 54 feet in length and lined with 24-carat gold. Wow!
Each bedroom in the mansion is said to have its own Italian marble en suite bathroom, and naturally anyone who sleeps there has the comfort of Egyptian cotton linens.
It gets even better for Bieber, with the report claiming that his bedroom suite is the very same reserved for Donatella Versace, complete with a double king size bed.
Justin is certainly living the high life, and he has even turned his head towards the world of late night talk shows after replacing James Corden this week.
No, it’s not a permanent thing – but the star actually did very well as he took on the opening monologue for the Late Late Show on Thursday.
He joked: “Welcome to the show, it’s great to see you guys – thank you so much for staying up with us. Today, President Obama revealed that his favourite song of 2015 was How Much A Dollar Cost, by Kendrick Lamar.”