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Justin Bieber photographed kissing girl - Jasmine Villegas, star of 'Baby' music video

09/21/2010 by Corinne Heller

Justin Bieber in the music video for 'Baby'. / Jasmine Villegas in an undated promotional photo posted on her Twitter page. (Photos courtesy of Island, RBMG / twitter.com/JASMINEVILLEGAS Justin Bieber, 16, has been photographed kissing Jasmine Villegas, the 16-year-old star of his "Baby" video and the opening act of his "My World 2.0" tour, in the back seat of a Honda in Los Angeles.

The two have not commented on the incident, said to have taken place earlier this month while the singers were stopped in traffic.

In photos posted on the UK Newspaper The Daily Mail's website, Bieber, 16, and Villegas are seen kissing, looking ahead and later, he looks down as she appears to crouch down in the back seat.

Bieber has not officially been linked romantically to anyone previously. Several of his fans sent death threats to reality star Kim Kardashian, 29, after she and the teenage singer were photographed attending an event together. They later posed for a joint photoshoot inspired by the film The Graduate, which depicts a young college graduate falling for the wife of his father's business partner.

Bieber and Villegas are set to tour the United States and Canada through December. In addition to singing, Villegas, a native of San Jose, California, has guest-starred on the Disney Channel show That's So Raven and the sitcom My Wife and Kids.

Bieber made his own acting debut recently and is set to appear in the upcoming 11th season of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, which returns to CBS on September 23.

Check out the music video of Justin Bieber's song "Baby", which shows the singer attempting to get close to Jasmine Villegas in a bowling alley:

Check out the trailer for the new season of CSI, featuring Justin Bieber:

Check out photos of Justin Bieber performing at Madison Square Garden in New York on Aug. 31, 2010:

Singer Justin Bieber performed at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday, Aug. 31,  2010 in New York. (AP Photo/Evan Agostini)