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Behind the Scenes of Justin Bieber All Around the World Special
Justin Bieber: All Around the World special is a 2 night special (June 20 & 21st) that covers his free concert tour around the world. Now we get a behind the scenes look of the special and mini tour, including when he got a concussion on stage! Don’t worry though, he acted like a pro and kept on plowing through the set. You will find the videos down below if you are curious to see what Justin went through to make the special happen and to also get a taste of what his life on the road is like. As for Justin’s reaction to the first part, here is what he tweeted about the special.
Not gonna lie. Watching this special for the 1st time with u guys. Amazing seeing it all again.
He sounds like he really is proud of the special. I am sure that makes his team and NBC happy. I wouldn’t be surprised if it is released on DVD by the end of the year. Fans will likely be requesting for one and NBC could make a pretty big chunk of change from one. So I can see it happening, even if it isn’t like his movie. I mean, his fans love him and YouTube will likely not keep the videos up forever, so they would need a hard release or available for download via iTunes if they know what is good for them.
Did you watch the special? I didn’t, but I also had other things to do as well. I have no doubt that NBC will see a huge ratings spike thanks to it and it might even inspire them to have more Bieber on their network. It could do a lot for both NBC and Justin, since we all know that Justin’s fans often want to see more of him than they do as of now. Plus it would give NBC some edge against other networks who typically have higher ratings on a regular basis.