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10 May 2012, 13:30 | Updated: 11 May 2012, 10:28
The 'Mistletoe' singer will celebrate Mother's Day in America with a previously unheard track release.
Justin Bieber has been teasing fans ahead of releasing his brand new track 'Turn To You' on iTunes tomorrow (11th May).
The 'Boyfriend' singer confirmed plans last week to release the track, penned for his mother Pattie Mallette, as a special download only track to celebrate Mother's Day in America.
"#24HOURS until #TurnToYou on ITUNES for all the single moms out there. love u @studiomama," Justin tweeted earlier today (10th May).
"The song I wrote for my mum #TurnToYou hits ITUNES this Friday for Mother's Day Weekend," the 'Never Say Never' singer also posted last night (9th May). "Money raised will go to helping other single moms."
The 18 year-old pop singer took to the stage on The Voice US on Tuesday night (8th May) to give his first live performance of recent hit single 'Boyfriend'.
Justin Bieber recently confirmed he is currently deciding on his next single, hinting that it may be a track called 'As Long As You Love Me', and is set to launch his third studio album 'Believe' on 18th June.