Justin Bieber could be set to swap the stage for the ice after being scouted by an ice hockey team.
The Baby singer has impressed the Bakersfield Condors - a California-based minor league ice hockey team - so much that they have offered him an amateur try-out contract.
A message on the team's website says: "The Bakersfield Condors (@Condors) and Head Coach/Director of Hockey Operations Matt O'Dette (@BigOdie2) announced today that they have offered hit recording artist RW Justin Bieber an amateur tryout contract for the upcoming 2012-13 season."
O'Dette was quoted as saying: "Very rarely do you see this combination of skill and toughness. We share a common Canadian heritage since we both hail from Ontario."
The message says that scouts believe the chart-topper has "soft hands, a good skating stride, and a devastating wrist shot", which would make him a strong opponent on the ice.
Justin, who grew up playing the sport, hasn't commented on whether he will take up the offer.
In 2010 the 18-year-old told ABC's Nightline: "I love hockey. I played hockey all my life."