Justin Bieber back with a new album, a tour and a documentary series
If, in this December 24, 2019, while the world was waiting for the opening of Christmas gifts with eager anticipation, Justin Bieber has booked a nice surprise to his fans Beliebers : he has in effect signed his return by announcing a new single, “Yummy”, a new album for 2020, a national tour, but also a documentary series. There is no doubt that Bieber is back !
There were gifts for everyone this Tuesday December 24, 2019 Christmas eve ! After the Army in the madness following the announcement of Big Hit Entertainment on a tour of BTS that will begin in April 2020, what are the Beliebers who are on fire ! It’s been several months that the husband of Hailey Baldwin tease a nice surprise, but not only. Since the concert of Ariana Grande at Coachella 2019, during which he announced that “the album is coming”, the ex of Selena Gomez continues to teaser for the release of his new album, expected for 4 years by his fans. First announced for the end of the year, the album will come out in 2020.
Justin Bieber back !
In the beginning of the week, the singer shared 3 mysterious key dates : “December 24, December 31, January 3 … #2020“. Now, we know what the dates are.Justin Bieber has announced some good news of a coup via his account Instagram. After I Don’t Care in feat with Ed Sheeran, Love Thru The Computer with Gucci Mane and 10,000 Hours with the duo Dan + Shay, the canadian singer will unveil a new single titled Yummy on the 3rd of January. But this is not all.
Single, album, tour, documentary series…
Bieber has also teasé the release of a new album (the first for 5 years), a tour of the United States from July to September 2020, but also a documentary series ! He has also published a video on Youtube, in which he is walking alone in the desert : “as human beings, we are imperfect. My past, my mistakes, all the things that I’ve done. I think I’m exactly where I’m supposed to be and God has placed me where he wants me to be. I feel that it will be different from my previous albums, because of where I’m at in my life. We all have different stories, I am in a hurry to share mine.”
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