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15 June 2012, 15:41
The teen star took to the stage in New York today to perform some new and old tracks for the screaming crowd.
Justin Bieber performed an array of hits during his performance on the Today show this morning (15th June) in front of 8,000 screaming fans in New York.
The Plaza outside the studio was rammed with waiting fans – some of whom had been queuing outside for days in anticipation for the performance.
The singer wore a white and blue jacket and large sneakers for the live performance which also featured impressive dance routines and an appearance from rapper Big Sean on their collaborative hit 'As Long As You Love Me'.
The star also walked out into the extended stage to greet his fans and posed lifting up his shirt - much to the delight of those in attendance.
During his visit to the NBC show, he also sat down with host Matt Lauer and helped the anchor set up his own Twitter account.
You can view a picture of Justin live on the Today show below:
Shortly after the account was live, he received thousands of followers and posted a picture of themselves at the show.
Watch Justin perform 'As Long As You Love Me' on the Today show below:
The singer also performed his first release from new studio album 'Believe', with his hit 'Boyfriend' as well as new single 'All Around The World' and his huge Ludacris featuring single 'Baby'.
Watch Justin performing 'Boyfriend' on the today show below:
Justin is preparing for the release of his new album 'Believe' on 18th June and recently performed alongside the likes of Katy Perry, The Wanted and Ed Sheeran at Capital FM's Summertime Ball 2012.
During his set he was joined by surprise guest Carly Rae Jepsen and brought out mentor Usher to thank him for all his support during his career.
Check out a picture of Jusitn with the cast of the Today show below:
Meanwhile, Justin recently unveiled a behind the scenes clip from his dance rehearsals for his upcoming 'Believe' world tour and is unveiling a new webisode from the making of his new record in the run up to the official release.