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Justin Bieber has a new message to send fans.

That he f-cks bitches? No, the artist already sent that one during a comedy show this weekend.

Instead, the controversial 19-year old wants you to know he's a good person. That's the main message behind his latest trailer for "Believe," which takes followers behind the scenes with Justin and which opens on Christmas Day.

The preview depicts a number of clips from Bieber's tour, along with someone from his entourage warning Bieber about becoming a train wreck. We even see him flip out on a paparazzo in London.

“I learned from that,” Justin says below. “When they really see it from my perspective, I’m a good person.”

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Justin Bieber is intent on putting self-esteem in the stockings of all fans this Christmas.

On December 25, the superstar will release his latest documentary-type film, as "Believe" gives viewers an all-access pass to Bieber's tour, his family members and his friends/associates.

In the following full-length trailer for the movie, we see footage of Bieber's run-in with a cameraman in London... Justin joking about his mustache... and A LOT of talking about believing in one's self despite mounting pressure, adversity and all of that.

Will you go se "Believe?" Is that a crazy question to even ask? Can you believe Bieber is good in bed?

Watch the preview now:

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Are you ready to "Believe," Justin Bieber fans?

This international superstar will release his next movie on Christmas Day, taking attendees behind the scenes of his tour and his life and offering them never-before-seen footage of him in concert and him as a child.

Look for interviews with such major influences in Bieber's life as Usher, Scooter Braun and many more as well.

Will you be lining up for a ticket? Is that the dumbest question we've ever asked? Will this film prove to Deadmau5 that Bieber is very much a grown up, thank you very much? Check out the official trailer below:

Will you go see "Believe?"

 

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Justin Bieber does what he can to help a good cause.

The 18-year-old is featuring his single "Born to Be Somebody" as the background music for Bully's new trailer, saying the issue hits close to home with him.

Yes, the Bieb himself was a victim to bullying once.

"I was bullied," Justin told Showbiz Tonight. "Most people in their lifetime have been at some point. I think it's about time that people start making a change."

"A lot of the time, principals let it go, teachers let it go, other students just let it go ... I think [Bully] is really powerful and can help change a lot of lives."

"If you're a bystander, too, tell somebody, because a lot of times, it's just not spoken of, and you ended up keeping it all inside, and it just hurts even more."

Words to live by, kids, from a true role model.

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Justin Bieber is a once-in-a-generation talent and an inspiration to millions of people who grew up in a small town and dream of making it big.

Such is the gist of the following sneak peek at "Never Say Never," the Bieber-based biopic that will hit theaters this February and details the life of Canada's cutest export.

In the following 20-second snippet, we see Usher talking about his protege; girls screaming over the sight of Justin; and the 16-year old crooner taking the stage to a horde of welcoming fans. Sit back and get our Bieber fix below.

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