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Last Night Justin Bieber Showed The World How Much Of A Swaglord He Is

Don't stop Beliebin'.

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Justin Bieber attended the Met Gala on Monday, and he really STEPPED out.

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Bieb's very swagtastic ensemble propelled him to the ranks of "best dressed" men at the event.

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While he looked great, Bieber took the event in stride and still showed off his fun side by joking around with his "date": Balmain creative director Olivier Rousteing.

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Rousteing designed Bieber's look, and it's hard to stop staring at how dope this jacket is!

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Look at this masterpiece. Rousteing said it took him an entire month to make it!

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After Bieber's roast a few months ago, maybe the young star is finally shaking his "bad boy" ways?

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Former Vogue editor-at-large Andre Leon Talley tried to throw Bieber off by asking what he thought of Kate McKinnon's SNL impressions of him.

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But Bieber couldn't be concerned with such foolery. He kept it cool, and endorsed the actress without even batting an eye.

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See! He's totally changing! How can one remain on their best behavior in the presence of notorious jokster Cara Delevingne? Bieber, that's who.

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It had to have also been extremely difficult for him not to have fallen under Gaga's eyebrow's spell.

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He wasn't even shocked when Donatella Versace seemingly fell asleep as this photo was taken.

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He certainly hopped up out the bed and turned his swag on.

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Only time will tell whether this new attitude is here to stay, but for now it's safe to say Bieber is becoming a better man.

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