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5 March 2012, 20:40
The 'Baby' singer says he will stay loyal to his younger fans as well as trying to win over a new audience.
Justin Bieber says he has no intention of losing any of his fans despite heading in a slightly different musical direction with his new album 'Believe'.
The 'Never Say Never' singer says, despite aiming to win over new fans with the upcoming record, he plans to stay loyal to his younger 'Beliebers' as well.
"I don't plan on ever losing any fans. Young or old," Justin tweeted this evening (5th March). "Only gaining more and more respect."
He added: "MJ never left the kids he just grew with them."
Last week Justin announced on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that the first single from 'Believe' is called 'Boyfriend'.
Justin Bieber is expected to release 'Boyfriend' on 26th March while third album 'Believe' will follow later this year.