Justin Bieber Believe Movie Trailer Released
Star discusses photographer clash and moustache in documentary promo...
A lengthy trailer for Justin Bieber's forthcoming movie documentary Believe has been released on the internet.
The new movie will be the 19-year-old star's second feature film and will cover the recording and promotion of his third studio album - also called Believe.
As well as the expected concert and backstage footage, the promo clip shows Biebs refelcting on a now-infamous confrontation with a paparazzi photographer.
He says: "I really wanted to hit him. But I learned from that."
And he's also seen showing off a sliver of bumfluff on his upper lip and explaining: "This 'stache is to make me feel just a little bit older."
Bieber also talks about his hip-hop inspired personal style.
"Sometimes I walk the way I walk, I waddle because my pants are low," he admits.
He then adds: "Don't let the pants wear you, wear the pants."
And the star has also taken to Twitter to hint that fans who buy tickets for the film - set to be released on Christmas Day in the US - will get a free gift in the form of an exclusive track.
He wrote: "When u get tickets to #believemovie you might get a gift next week. #newmusic #Alone"
Biebs recently apologised to Argentinian fans for kicking their flag.