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28 January 2013, 14:32
The 'As Long As You Love Me' has been filming for a new concert movie about his current world tour.
Justin Bieber has confirmed plans to release a new concert movie after filming on the final North American date on his 'Believe' world tour over the weekend.
The 'Beauty And A Beat' star bought the latest leg of his tour to a close with two consecutive performance in Miami, Florida this past weekend, with a show featuring several guest stars including Ludacris and Big Sean.
"Miami!! It is almost that time! #BELIEVEtour… and I got friends with me tonight #BigFinale," Justin tweeted on Sunday (27th January) ahead of the concert. "We ended it big in MIAMI tonigh. @officialjaden @CodySimpson @MikePosner @BigSean and my guy @Ludacris all hit the stage. #BELIEVEtour."
Check out a picture of Justin Bieber on stage performing on his 'Believe' tour this month below (Credit: WENN):
The final show followed Justin's previous tweet confirming plans to release a new movie, after the release of his first 3D concert movie Never Say Never back in 2011.
"And yeah word is out… We are shooting a movie here in Miami!" Justin posted.
Last week saw Justin overtake Lady Gaga on Twitter to become the most followed person in the world, with over 33 million followers on the social networking website.
Justin Bieber releases his new album 'Believe Acoustic' this Tuesday (29th January) including a number of brand new songs including 'Yellow Raincoat' and the newly leaked 'Nothing Like Us'.