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Shaquille O'Neal to Face Off Justin Bieber on 'Shaq vs'

July 15, 2010 (3:20 am) GMT
His ABC reality show has provided him with a new set of challenges which will include also chef Rachael Ray, illusionists Penn and Teller as well as racer Dale Earnhardt Jr.

In the second season of "", will take the focus off athletic challenges, that is by joining in a dance showdown and competing with in the kitchen. The reality series follows the basketball star trying new things which would challenge him personally.

A spokeswoman for the show said O'Neal will spend time with Bieber in Orlando and catch "Bieber Fever". They will hang out for a day and join a dance crew competition. "I'm out to prove that I can compete beyond athletics," he said in the press release.

True to his words, he would have a cook-off with celebrity chef Rachael Ray, try to defy illusionists Penn and Teller, outdo hot-dog-eating champion Joey Chestnut, beat Scripps National spelling bee winner Kavya Shivashankar, race Dale Earnhardt Jr., outrun track and field star Tyson Gay in a relay race with the help of his NBA buddies, and box Sugar Shane Mosley.

Scheduled to help him in the 200-meter relay race are of the Orlando Magic, Chris Johnson of the Tennessee Titans and DeSean Jackson of the Philadelphia Eagles. "I've spent all year sharpening my skills and I want to win. There's no challenge bigger than me," he continued.

"Shaq vs" premieres the new season August 3 on ABC.

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