Beiber's people must be selling this story. Unless Eminem really invited Justin Beiber to stay at house for the holidays to 'sort him out'.
'He's worried he's going to end up in bad trouble': Eminem invites Justin Bieber to stay in hope of 'talking him into therapy'
He might not be the first famous face to offer out his help to Justin Bieber, but that hasn't stopped Eminem from trying to step in.
The rapper is thought to have invited the 19-year-old to stay at his home in Detroit over the festive period to help him get back on the right track, The Sun has reported.
'He's really hoping he can sort Justin out. The way he's going he's worried he's going to end up in really bad trouble,' a source told the newspaper.
The 41-year-old - real name Marshall Mathers - hopes he will be able to get through to the singer, after recently opening up about his own drug problems.
The source also commented: 'Eminem would consider going into the studio with him if he sorts himself out, which would be a dream come true for Justin.'
Justin is rarely out of the headlines with his often bizarre behaviour, which has seen him allegedly call a fan a 'beached whale', after a series of late night parties at his home.
NME recently reported that Eminem's manager, Paul Rosenberg, had also told Bieber's manager Scooter Braun, that: 'If you ever want Eminem to talk to him, he would do it in a second.
'He cares about that kid.'
However the US star appears to be concentrating on his music, and tweeted on Monday to say: 'Big week. Interviews. Video shoot. New videos. Premiere. And a new #BelieveMovie trailer on @MTV tomorrow morning:)'.
Last week, Justin put in a call to his friend Ryan Seacrest on his radio show. Justin said he hopes that his new movie Believe, due out this month, will show what's really been going on behind-the-scenes.
'I think (his debut film) Never Say Never showed hope and I think Believe is how you get back up when you fall down and, really, that story of what's going on behind the scenes," he told the radio/TV host.