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Bieber tweets, deletes Miranda Kerr shot after Bloom fight

Bieber tweets, deletes Miranda Kerr shot after Bloom fight

BAD BOY BIEBER:Justin Bieber must really want a fight. Because, you know, why make music when you can "fight" with movie stars? Photo: Associated Press

Justin Bieber appears determined to continue provoking Orlando Bloom following their bust-up at a party in Ibiza, Spain early on Wednesday by posting a photo of the British actor’s estranged wife, Miranda Kerr, on his Instagram blog.

The two stars squared up to one another at a celebrity-filled event at Cipriani restaurant, and in video footage of the confrontation, obtained by TMZ.com, the pair appear to engage in a shoving match, before Bloom allegedly attempts to throw a punch at Bieber, only to miss his target.

Reports suggest the altercation was over Bloom’s ex, Australian supermodel Kerr, who the “Baby” hitmaker allegedly flirted with while performing at the 2012 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, and Bieber seemed keen to goad the “Lord of the Rings” star hours after the pair came face to face by uploading a sexy shot of the bikini-clad beauty on his Instagram.com account.

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The image was promptly deleted and the 20-year-old subsequently tweeted, “Keeping it positive”, but he was back to his bad behavior hours later, when he posted a photo of Bloom appearing to cry. That snap was also quickly taken down.

Kerr has yet to comment on the fight, but it seems she would rather focus on her work after taking to her Instagram page on Wednesday to share a picture from her new modeling campaign for 7 For All Mankind. The photo features Kerr topless, wearing just a pair of jeans as she lies in a bathtub filled with water.

The model split from Bloom in October after three years of marriage.

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