Justin Bieber Greets Thousands Of Fans At 'Believe' Album Signing In New York City

20 June 2012, 13:25

The 'Boyfriend' singer launched his new album this week with a mass fan event in the Big Apple.

Justin Bieber met "thousands" of his biggest fans yesterday (19th June) at a signing event in New York City to celebrate the release of his new album 'Believe'.

The 'Boyfriend' singer held a meet and greet at J&R Music World in the Big Apple on Tuesday just hours after the launch of his third studio offering, and was pictured signing autographs and pictures for all of the 'Beliebers' that turned out for the event.

"Just finished signing cds for thousands of fans," Justin tweeted yesterday. "Thank u for being so patient and thank you for the support.

"Can't believe it is final here. Yes I just said that. lol. Thanks for all the love," the 'Never Say Never' singer added.

View a picture of Justin Bieber at a 'Believe' launch event this week below (Credit: PA):

Over the weekend Justin performed at the MuchMusic Video Awards 2012 on Sunday (17th June), where he also picked up two awards including Best International Video By A Canadian for his recent hit 'Boyfriend'.

The 'Mistletoe' singer is back in North America this week after a round the world promotional tour which notably saw him performing at the Capital FM Summertime Ball 2012 at Wembley Stadium two weeks ago (9th June).

Check out Capital's track-by-track guide to Justin's new album 'Believe' here.

View a picture of Justin Bieber at the album signing event in New York below (Credit: PA):

Watch a trailer for Justin Bieber's 'All Around The World' TV special, which airs tonight (20th June) on NBC, below: 

Check out Justin Bieber's Capital FM Summertime Ball 2012 performance gallery and videos below: