Justin Bieber To Appear On 'Saturday Night Live'

The pop star has been booked to perform on the comedy show's April 10 episode.

The demands of Justin Bieber's fanbase have been answered by the producers of "Saturday Night Live." Fans of the Canadian heartthrob launched a Twitter campaign,

target="_blank">@BieberOnSNL, to get the teen phenomenon on the show, and it quickly amassed 2,600 followers. It also saw its mission realized; the pop star will be the late-night comedy show's musical guest on April 10.

Bieber has already stated that he wants to appear in one of the show's digital shorts, which have featured the likes of Rihanna and Justin Timberlake.

target="_blank">He sent out his request via Twitter, saying, "Shoutout to @BieberOnSNL and all the other fans who support me. It's happening! SNL in APRIL!! Digital Short Music Vid??"

The pop phenomenon didn't mention which songs he might perform on the show, but he did mention that

target="_blank">he already had a special guest in mind for his big debut: "Me and Chuck Norris should do SNL together," he wrote. "That would be good. Very good."

Bieber's "SNL" appearance comes shortly after the March 23 release of My World 2.0, the follow-up to his 2009 album My World.

Bieber recently sang the opening line in the Haiti-benefiting remake of "We Are The World," and he just released the video for My World 2.0's first single, "Baby."

MTV News was on set with Bieber when he shot the clip, which features cameos by Drake and Ludacris. "It starts off, I really like this girl, but we didn't [get] along; we couldn't be together," he said.

"Basically I want her back and [I'm] kind of going through the whole thing. I'm chasing her around, trying to get her, and she's kind of playing hard to get, but I'm persistent. I keep going."