As if CES 2012 couldn't get more hectic and crowded, now media and technology fans need to prepare for a Justin Bieber appearance.
TOSY Robotics, a Vietnamese robots company, announced on Thursday that Bieber will be unveiling a new robot toy at the much-anticipated conference in Las Vegas next week.
The company announced that Bieber won't be taking appointments for press interviews, but that likely won't stop a slew of reporters - and 12-year old girls - from stalking out the TOSY booth.
The International CES is known for unveiling the year's hottest gadgets and technology to the world, but recently has seen more than its fair share of celebrity appearances.
Last year CES saw appearances from pop star Lady Gaga, filmmaker Oliver Stone, actor Adrian Grenier of Entourage fame, actress Olivia Wilde, and Hall of Fame basketball player Bill Walton. In addition to Bieber, Nicole Snooki Polizzi of MTV's Jersey Shore, will.i.am of the Black Eyed Peas, former NBA superstar Dennis Rodman, actress Eliza Dushku, rapper 50 Cent, Miss America 2011, and a slew of other celebrities.
The show runs from Jan. 10th through 13th at the Las Vegas Convention Center. It features keynote speeches from Microsoft CEO and Chairman Steve Ballmer, tons upon tons of new gadgets, as well as ESPN's SportsNation broadcast in 3D for the very first time.
The International CES is expected to draw more than 140,000 attendees this year, which might not have even factored in the surge of Beliebers that will show up.