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13 December 2011, 13:48
The Canadian teen singer will play a 30-minute television special of his biggest hits so far to raise money for his Believe charity.
Justin Bieber has confirmed he will film a one-off charity television special to air over the Christmas period.
Justin Bieber: Home For The Holidays will be a 30 minute special filmed at a secret location in Canada and will see the teen singer perform several of his biggest hits including 'Baby' and recent festive single 'Mistletoe'.
"The holidays are a very special time of the year for me and I'm looking forward to coming home and ringing them in with my friends and family," Justin said, in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter.
The charity event was announced on Monday (12th December) and all proceeds from the concert will be donated to Justin's charity Believe.
The 'Somebody To Love' singer recently released a new music video for his duet with Mariah Carey on her yuletide classic 'All I Want For Christmas Is You'.
Justin Bieber: Home For The Holidays will air on CTV and MuchMusic on 22nd December.