The result is Believe, another feature-length documentary about Bieber's life in the public eye. The film also includes interviews with the 19-year-old's longtime mentor Usher and charismatic manager Scooter Braun.
The documentary will also address Bieber's scuffle with a paparazzo earlier this year. But it's unlikely to mention the singer's unlucky visit to South America, which included alleged rendezvous with prostitutes and a vandalism charge.
Believe hits theaters Christmas Day.
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