Justin Bieber: Our World documentary to soon hit the screens

Taking to Instagram, the Sorry singer Justine Bieber shared the glimpses of is documentary Justin Bieber: Our World documentary

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The singer’s ‘exciting’ return to the stage will be captured in Justin Bieber: Our World documentary, that will soon hit the OTT platforms soon. Fans of Justin Bieber have gone crazy with the surprise of the documentary premiering on the screens on October 8.

Taking to Instagram, the singer shared a short clip from the Justin Bieber: Our World documentary. “let’s go!!,” he captioned the video. the post since has gathered 2.6 million likes, views and more then 12 thousand comments. The documentary will follow the Yummy singer’s return to the stage in the midst of a difficult period in his life. The documentary directed by Michael D. Ratner will follow the Sorry singer as he performs his first full concert in three years. It will take us behind the scenes of Bieber’s preparations as well as critical intimate moments before to his concerts.

Ratner’s OBB Pictures, Bieber Time Films, and Scooter Braun Films are producing the documentary, which will premiere on OTT platform in over 240 countries and territories around the world. The film will be available for streaming in over 240 countries and will premiere on October 8.

When asked about his work, director Michael D. Ratner only had one piece of advice for fans: watch it with the volume turned all the way up. The film will excite Beliebers because it shows the artist at some of his most pivotal moments, as well as people closest to him and how they prepare for the singer’s comeback to the stage amid the pandemic.

“Performing live and connecting with my fans via music is incredibly meaningful to me,” Bieber said in a statement, further adding, “Especially this past year, being able to provide a service and share my abilities to bring some happiness to people through such a terrible and dangerous time has meant the world to me.”

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