Justin Bieber fans can breathe a sigh of relief now that his new documentary movie, Believe, has been given a UK release date after weeks of campaigning.
The 19-year-old's fan base campaigned to get the film shown in Britain by sending more than 5,000 Twitter pleas and 2,000 emails to the cinema chain, Vue.
Believe was originally planned to show in North America only, but now the movie will run at Vue cinemas exclusively for one week from December 26.
''We were overwhelmed with the sheer number of Justin Bieber fans up and down the country wanting to see the film, and so we are thrilled to be able to satisfy the demand as the only cinema in the country to show 'Believe'," said Vue CEO Tim Richards in a statement.
Justin's movie is given a UK release date (WENN)
"It also goes to show how powerful social media can really be not to mention the power of the Beliebers," he added.
Believe is the follow-up documentary of the successful concert movie, Never Say Never. It is directed by Jon M. Chu and will follow Justin on his Believe tour. It also looks like we will see more of his personal issues behind-the-scenes, including his break-up with Selena Gomez and his run-ins with the paparazzi while in London.
“I really wanted to hit him. That’s what they wanted. I learned from that," says Justin in an interview shown in the trailer, about a video where he gets aggressive with a photogragher.
His management also tell him "you could be the next trainwreck". Judging from the quotes in the trailer, the movie will contain some juicy gossip about Justin's personal life, so it really is no surprise that his fans wanted the movie shown over here so badly.