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30 March 2012, 13:17
The 'One Time' star has apologised for any delay and says he is working really hard on making the song available on iTunes.
Justin Bieber has told his fans that he is working hard to make his brand new single 'Boyfriend' available on iTunes in the UK and has apologised on the delay.
The 'Baby' singer has released footage in the studio speaking about the wait on the track and told his fans that he loves them so much and asks for the continued support of the smash hit single.
He said: "What's up UK fans this is Justin. I'm working really hard to get 'Boyfriend' on iTunes over there – I'm sorry it's taking so long. But, in the meantime, please request 'Boyfriend' on your radio station. I love you so much and see you soon."
The track was given its first play on Capital earlier this week and has already hit the number one spot in over 30 countries around the world.
Meanwhile, the star is currently filming the music video for the song, which he has told fans on his Twitter account that he has just finished shooting.
You can watch a video of Justin Bieber talking to his UK fans about 'Boyfriend' below: