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Justin's protege hopes to collaborate 

added: 14 Aug 2014 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk 

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Justin Bieber's protege Madison Beer wants to collaborate 'really soon'.

The 15-year-old singer first came into the spotlight when the Baby hitmaker called her a 'future star' in a tweet. Apparently, the 20-year-old's apprentice is eager to work with him, calling him her 'dream collaborator'.

'Hopefully, I hope really soon. That would be amazing,' she explained to HollywoodLife. 'I would love to do a song [together]. He's really my role model, so that would be awesome.'

The 2012 tweet that started their relationship included a link to a YouTube video of Madison's cover of Etta James' At Last.

Madison responded with a social media post of her own, exclaiming, 'I cant believe this is happening. I am crying.'

Justin later helped sign the young performer to the record label Island Records and helped her to find a manager. Madison's 2013 single and music video, Melodies, featured an appearance from Justin.

'He's an awesome and great guy,' the songstress told HollywoodLife. 'He's such a cool guy, the person he is on Instagram, that's just who he is. He's just like funny and cool, I love him, he's amazing.'

Earlier this month, the Unbreakable singer posted a photo of her and the Boyfriend star on her Instagram account with the caption, '#tb studio with @justinbieber, new music coming soon :).'

Rumours that the pair were romantically involved circulated, but a source told TMZ that Justin 'has been like a big brother' to the upcoming artist and that he is her 'mentor'.

Dating appears to be the last thing on Madison's mind.

'I really haven't gone on dates. Boys . I just stay away, I don't do dates. I stay away, they scare me. I can't do it,' she told HollywoodLife.

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