We have seen Justin Bieber a lot. Like, a LOT. It is not enough to consider the very public growth of his phenomenon which we have all admired and applauded from afar, earning the multi-Grammy winning Prince of Pop significant coverage for both his work and his personal life. His rise coincided with the YouTube and social media explosion the world over, making him one of the earliest megastars to have benefited from the internet.Justin Bieber: Our World 2021 Full Document Download
Bieber has been seen on the big screen in the 3D concert film Justin Bieber: Never Say Never (2011) and its sequel Justin Bieber’s Believe (2013), as well as Justin Bieber: Seasons (2020). His cameos in other musicians’ films like Katy Perry: Part of Me and Zendaya: Behind the Scenes, or his appearances in movies like Zoolander 2, Lip Sync Battle, and a few others are not consequential to this article but mention should be made for the sake of clarity. His debut album was released in 2010, by which point Bieber was already a teen sensation at the brink of the vocal metamorphosis that puberty brings with it.In his 11-year career, he has had three behind-the-scenes docu-movies that recount different concert journeys, one of which even offering an honest glimpse into his struggles with Lyme’s disease, drug addiction, and mental stress.So we really have seen a lot of him talking about himself, people around him and industry legends talking about him. Somewhere in the midst of all this, he has apparently been hacked, and photos of his member have — not once, but — twice made it to the public domain. If you thought that by this point we would be done with all the Bieber blabber, and there is not much left for him to flash us with, you can rest assured that Bieber would find a way to talk about himself.That, my friends, is why we now have Justin Bieber: Our World, the newly-released concert documentary chronicling the preparations and runup to his 31 December, 2020 gig T-Mobile Presents New Year’s Eve Live With Justin Bieber, that was streamed live. Given what an unprecedented year 2020 was, the circumstances under which this concert was put together were understandably unique.