Justin Bieber has been invited by US chat show host Maury Povich to receive the results from his paternity test on the programme.
The Mistletoe singer is due to take the test after 20-year old Mariah Yeater accused him of fathering her three-month-old baby, following her claims they had sex backstage at one of his gigs.
Reports have now suggested that Maury is keen for the Biebster to appear on his talk show to share the results, with a spokesperson for the show telling the Huffington Post: "We are actively pursuing this story."
An additional source from the show tells the site that having Bieber participate with Povich and his talk show would be a big win for the daytime staple.
Amy Rosenblum, former executive producer of Maury, explained: "This would be a huge TV event. When I brought the DNA test to TV for the first time on Maury, I had no idea it would still be as popular today as it was then."
They added: "Maury is trusted by millions of viewers, and if Maury told Justin, 'You are not the father,' everyone would believe it."
Bieber's camp has been adamantly insisting that Mariah Yeater's claims are false, with JB's spokesperson, Matthew Hiltzik, stating to our US Team: "I can confirm that the team has proactively made arrangements for Justin to be tested upon his return and we're going to hold everyone who is involved responsible,"
The 17-year old is said to be "cut up" over Yeater's claims he fathered her child, with The Wanted's Max George - who recently toured with Biebs - stating that the teen heartthrob has branded the accusations "bulls*** lies".