Justin Bieber just gave a special gift to all his fans this Christmas in the way of new music, a tour and even a docuseries.

Bieber took to social media on Christmas Eve to make the announcement with a a 90 second video that quickly went viral within hours. Bieber alluded  to his prior struggles and downfalls in the announcement saying,"As humans, we are imperfect. My past, my mistakes, all the things that I've been through. I believe that I'm right where I'm supposed to be, and God has me right where he wants me."

Back in 2017 the singer canceled the remaining dates of the Purpose World Tour for "unforeseen circumstances". Even earlier this year Bieber said that he was stepping away from music and tours to focus on his mental health and has been very vocal on social media with his struggles and recovery.

In addition to announcing a 50-city tour that kicks off on May 14 in Seattle and ends on September 26 in New Jersey, the "Biebs" revealed that his new single, "Yummy," will drop on Friday, January 3, 2020. The song is his first advanced track from his upcoming studio album also arriving in 2020.

No word yet on what the docuseries will involve or if it will include his life with new wife Hailey Baldwin Bieber. The pair married last year, not once, but twice.  Look for the Bieber tour to make two stops in Michigan with the first being Grand Rapids on August 16th and then Ford Field in Detroit on August 29th.

Check out the social media video announcement and preview of his new song below.

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