Can we all agree that no one has more dedicated fans than Justin Bieber? Sure, sometimes that dedication goes a little too far (death threats = very bad), but it's not a stretch to say the Boy Wonder wouldn't be dominating the music world (or the world in general) if it weren't for his mostly well-behaved army of acolytes. No one's more aware of that fact than Justin and his manager Scooter Braun, evidenced by this latest clip from the 16-year-old singing sensation's upcoming movie, "Never Say Never" (out February 11).
"If it wasn't for those kids out there camping out and doing what they do, we don't have jobs," Scooter admits in this sneak peek set to an acoustic version of Justin's "Baby." We watch as several happy fans receive tickets and seat upgrades from Scooter and his staff, with one adorable recipient declaring, "This is the best thing that has happened to my life." Too. Cute.
What could be even better than receiving a free ticket to see The Biebs? How about receiving said free ticket FROM The Biebs? The clip wraps with a few very lucky fans being gifted with tickets (and a hug) from Justin himself. "We get paid just to make other people happy," Scooter says. "It's actually the most gratifying job in the world."
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