Many fans were left disappointed last week after Justin Bieber announced his anticipated 'Believe' world tour dates and missed a number of countries off his hit list.
The 'Boyfriend' singer couldn't stand to make his Bielbers upset so he confirmed that his world tour will be heading to a further seven destinations.
The 'Never Say Never' star, who has already confirmed Europe and North American dates, took to his Twitter account to announce that his tour will head to Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Asia, Russia, South America and the Middle East.
The star teased a "big announcement" on his social networking account last night (3rd July) before confirming his plans.
He tweeted: "oh yeah...and just agreed to routing for EUROPE, RUSSIA, MIDDLE EAST, ASIA, AUSTRALIA and NZ, South America, and S AFRICA BELIEVE TOUR dates ."
Bieber will play six dates across the UK later this year. The jaunt will kick off on February 19 at the Manchester Arena and will conclude on March 4 with at London's O2 Arena.
Other stops on the tour will include Liverpool, Sheffield and Birmingham and Nottingham.
Meanwhile, Justin Bieber has confirmed that he will release 'As Long As You Love Me' as his next single to be taken from album Believe.
The second official cut to be lifted from Believe features US rapper Big Sean and will debut on radio stations next month
Tickets for his UK tour go on sale at 9am on Friday morning (July 6).
Justin Bieber's complete UK 'Believe' Arena tour dates are as follows:
Manchester Arena – February 19
Sheffield, Motorpoint Arena – February 23
Liverpool, Echo Arena – February 24
Birmingham, NIA – February 27
Nottingham, Capital FM Arena – March 2
London, O2 Arena – March 4
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