Justin Bieber lets loose in Teen Vogue magazine

Sep 8, 2010 at 8:41 a.m. ET

Justin Bieber is here to stay and there's nothing anyone can do about it.

Justin Bieber

I have to admit, when I first heard Justin Bieber singing One Time, I thought it would be the first and only time I'd tap my foot to his infectious sound. But I was wrong.

The 16-year-old protege of Usher is proving his bubble gum persona and 12-year-old girl appeal is a thing of the past. Justin Bieber has hung with a Kardashian, inspired Mark Wahlberg, and even proved his acting chops alongside veterans on CSI.

Recently, Justin Bieber took on the monster accolade of selling out New York's Madison Square Garden in 22 minutes.

Like fine wine, Justin Bieber will only get better with time. In an interview with Teen Vogue, the pop sensation makes his quest for world domination loud and clear.

Shooting the breeze with his manager, Scooter Braun, during the interview with Teen Vogue, Justin Bieber chomps at the bit to do more acting.

"I want to be the lead star in a movie. Can we make that happen, Scooter?" Bieber asked Scooter Braun.

"I think everyone wants that," Braun answered.

"Yo, but why don't we do it soon?" Bieber suggested.

The eager beaver is not looking to slow down his full steam ahead train. If you're not on the Bieber Express, get out of the way. Bieber jokes about branding his name all over the world, but at heart he's a normal teen and asks fans to treat him like one. See for yourself.

"Just talk to me. Ask me how I'm doing," Justin Bieber invited. "Introduce yourself instead of yelling, 'Justin! Justin! Justin! Can I have a picture?' And don't come up to me while I'm eating. How would you like it if I came into your house and started taking pictures of you while you were eating? I hate that."

The monster success the Canadian teenager is dealing with is a lot to take, no matter how much he enjoys it.

"It's still amazing to see people wearing my shirts," he said. "But I feel like I can't get away from myself. Like, I go to Walmart and I just want to go get some boxers and socks, but there are posters of me everywhere. Or my song comes on the radio, and it's like, 'Aah!'"

I have a feeling Justin Bieber created more Bieber fever with the details of his boxer escapades. Okay, I have to admit, this kid can stay. He's actually pretty entertaining.

Want more of Justin Bieber? Check out the new Teen Vogue on newsstands September 14.