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12 September 2012, 10:25
The 'Never Say Never' star promises fans he opens up about a lot of things in his new official book.
Justin Bieber has promised to address Maria Yeater's paternity case against him last year in his brand new biography Just Getting Started.
The 18 year-old singer is set to publish his second official book later this week, and revealed to fans on Twitter that he has "a lot to say" in the new release, including openly discussing the paternity case brought against him last year that was later dropped.
"The new book #JustGettingStarted hits stores this week," Justin teased on Twitter on Monday (10th September). "Got a lot to say in there. even about YEATER. lol."
The 'Boyfriend' star also hyped his upcoming performance on the America's Got Talent season finale, saying he and guest artist Big Sean "killed" their performance of 'As Long As You Love Me' for the show's upcoming episode.
"Shoutout to @bigsean and the rest of the team," Justin posted. "We killed that performance! #AsLongAsYouLoveMe #AGT Finale! Make sure to watch. we go HARD!"
Check out a picture of Justin Bieber earlier this year below (Credit: Getty):
Justin is said to have filmed a brand new music video from his recent album 'Believe' recently, for his Nicki Minaj team-up on the song 'Beauty And The Beat'.
Justin Bieber's new book Just Getting Started is due to be officially released on Thursday 13th September.
Check out a trailer promoting the book's launch below: