Justin Bieber on ‘Punk-ing’ Taylor Swift: ‘I Wanted to Make Her Cry’ [VIDEO]

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MTVs most loved prank show will finally air tonight and what better way to hit-off the first episode than to punk country singer and Grammy award winner, Taylor Swift?

Ashton Kutcher won't be around to do the pranks himself but he's behind everything on set as the producer. Kutcher's minions include pop princess, Miley Cyrus and teenage heartthrob, Justin Bieber.

"Punk'd" has a history of embarrassing Hollywood's most loved celebrities. Though the show had quite a long hiatus, Ashton Kuthcer's prank show is finally back. A few sneak peek videos hit the web in the past few months of which include Miley Cyrus playing a prank on her own her boyfriend, Liam Hemsworth and "Keeping Up with the Kardashian" star, Khloe Kardashian.

18-year old, Justin Bieber was also signed up for the show. While a few expected him to play a prank on his own girlfriend, Selena Gomez, as Miley Cyrus had done, Bieber "Punk'd" another female superstar, Taylor Swift.

By the looks of the sneak preview, everything did not go well for Swift but for the Bieber everything went exactly as planned. Poor, innocent, Swift thought she had blown off an entire wedding and by the looks of it she was just about ready to bawl it out.

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"You're the worst!" screamed Swift. This reaction was what Justin had wanted.

"Basically, she's such a sweet girl so I wanted to like make her cry. So I wanted to think of something that would really do that. And she's so sensitive so I knew that if she thought she broke up a wedding... she was literally flipping out. She was like "This is not okay, there's people ... all of a sudden the bride's swimming into the shore,'" said Justin.

A few other celebrities fans should expect on the show would be Chloe Moretz, Diana Agron and Zac Efron. H

old on for just a few minutes more and get ready to laugh it out as "Punk'd" premieres tonight.

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