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Justin Bieber's Putting on the First Ever Tiktok Concert on Valentine's Day

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Get ready, Beliebers, because Justin Bieber's planning to make this Valentine's Day more memorable than ever before. On February 14th, Bieber's putting on the first-ever long-form TikTok concert in honor of the holiday of love. He'll be performing songs from his album Journals, which was released back in 2013.

"I'm excited to bring this show to life," said Bieber. "Journals is one of my favorite projects, and I've never performed it live." Some of the songs from the album include Heartbreaker and All That Matters. Bieber will be performing those among others in the Live From the Drew House section on his TikTok page. Journals was released around the same time as Bieber's second documentary, Believe, so it holds a lot of meaning.

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"I'm grateful to TikTok for helping me to bring this new show to everyone on Valentine's Day," Justin shared. Since announcing the upcoming concert, Journals has gained billions of streams. And this isn't the only thing Justin's surprised us with lately; In September of 2020, the artist tweeted two words, "one week," leaving fans wondering what he had in store for the future.

Justin Bieber TikTok Concert
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This was followed by a tweet from Bieber's manager, Scooter Braun, which read, "#newerabegins???" Since then, Justin's released quite a few new songs, and we absolutely love his latest music! Just last month, he released his first music video of 2021 for the single Anyone. "I can't think of a better way to close out 2020 and kick-off 2021 than celebrating with my fans all over the world and sharing this new music with them," Bieber shared.

"Music has gotten us all through so much more this year, and for me personally it's been healing and transformative," he continued. "Anyone is such a special, hopeful, anthem song. It sets the tone for a brighter new year full of hope and possibility." So, in hopes of bringing positivity and exciting opportunities to 2021 through music, Bieber can't wait to serenade his fans on February 14th on TikTok, and we can't wait to tune in!