Believe Movie: Justin Bieber Is The Most Watched Premiere In Argentina And Chile

justin bieber believe movieThe movie Justin Bieber’s Believe , became the most-watched premiere in Argentina and Chile, on its release. The documentary brings new footage of the tour “Believe“, behind the scenes footage and interviews of Justin Bieber , team members, friends and family addressing the controversies and rumors surrounding the singer between 2012 and 2013.

In Argentina, more than 30,000 fans bought tickets not to miss the launch, and  stood in front of releases like “Frozen: Frozen Adventures,” “The Mystery of Happiness” and “I, Frankenstein”.

In Chile, the documentary also ranked first on launch day and soon the distributor Diamond Films Chile , give details and numbers of ticket sales in the country. Continue reading

How Much Beliebers Love Justin Bieber

This video is made for Justin Bieber to see and to visit countries he’s never been to.
Every country in this world has Beliebers, don’t forget any of them! Beliebers gather, make parades and flashmobs in hope of getting Justin to perform in their countries. Only a few countries are in this video, there are of course more. Continue reading

Justin Bieber South American Tour; Peru, Chile, Brazil, Argentina in September 2011

A few weeks ago, Justin Bieber announced via Twitter that he will tour in South America this year, awakening the hopes of many fans in Peru, reports Peru.21.

Days later Bieber confirmed that Argentina, Chile and Brazil were on the tour, but left open the possibility that Peru would also be included. “I’ll see you, Brazil, Argentina and Chile, and all of you down there!”.

It has now been confirmed that Peru will be a stop on the South American tour, and his visit will take place in September. The venue is not yet confirmed.

Justin Bieber recently completed the first part of his world tour with a recent visit to Japan, where he sang for fans who were victims of the earthquake that ravaged the nation in March. Although several team members were reluctant to accompany him for fear of nuclear radioactivity, Bieber wanted to fulfill the dream of his Asian fans.

For now, JB will take a couple of months off, then start preparing for his visit to South America.

The artist’s manager, Scooter Braun, confirmed through social networks.