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25 June 2012, 14:22
The 'Boyfriend' star has been watching a lot of Michael Jackson footage as he prepares for his new outing.
Justin Bieber's upcoming 'Believe' world tour is set to take inspiration from Michael Jackson and use "magic" and pyro during the show.
The 'Never Say Never' singer's manager Scooter Braun told MTV that the teen star wants to take his gigs to "a whole new level",
"He has been watching a tremendous amount of Michael Jackson concerts from the '80s and '90s," admitted Scooter. "And he has been talking to me about how Michael incorporated magic and pyro and reveals and he wants to bring in that. [But] still do that acoustic thing, but he wants to take it to a whole new level."
The outing begins in Glendale, Arizona at the end of September with the view to add more dates which will see him perform around the world well into 2013.
"The tour starts at the end of September by the end of 2013 we're gonna hit the whole world," he added.
Speaking about the Canadian's will to perform, Scooter admitted it will be fun to head back out on the road.
You can view a picture of Justin performing live at the Summertime Ball 2012 below:
"It's just really exciting. Nothing makes him happier than being onstage," he continued. "So it's gonna be fun to get back onto the road. I think he was an amazing performer before, but his level of dance and musicianship and his range [has grown]. He's a veteran now. I think he wants to take it to a completely new level."
Justin recently performed his first UK show of the year at Capital FM's Summertime Ball 2012 and released his new studio album 'Believe' on 18th June.