Bieber & Marilyn Manson Aren't The Only Weird Celeb BFFs

If there's something we enjoy more than A-List prime beef, it's A-List love-ins. Why are celebrities who have celebrity crushes so cute? It's an immeasurable but palpable amount of joy that we garner from watching other celebrities court other celebrities; take Drake's birthday Instagrams for Skepta or Lady Gaga's incessant infatuation with Tony Bennett. Adowable.

Well, it seems Bieber's the latest victim of the Hollywood Cupid's bow after he sported a quite frankly massive picture of Marilyn Manson's face on a t-shirt that on the back read: "Bigger than Satan - Bieber". We thought nothing of it. Then the self-proclaimed "God of Fuck" posted an Instagram pic of himself wearing a Bieber tee with the caption "Bigger than Bieber" and we grabbed the nearest pillow to hide behind.

Because, yes, Kanye tweeted that "What Do U Mean?" was his favourite track of 2015 and last year people started to come out of the closet and confess to being post-Purpose Bieber fans, but, I mean, he's still borderline, right? And we didn't know which way to look when the Prince Of Darkness appeared to be having a pretty open dig at the Prince of Pop.
While we've been feeling anxious about the whole thing all weekend, about whether Brian was actually cussing J-dog out or not, we can now calmly report this morning that they are in fact IRL mates. How do we know this? Because they took a selfie together which is shorthand in 2016 for 'the very best friends there ever were'. Both perplexing and beautiful, we're up for 'Marstin'. Here are the other beguiling and chin-scratching famous friends that we don't want to live in a world without...

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