Justin Bieber to debut new single ‘Anyone’ during New Year’s Eve performance

The 'Yummy' singer's livestream gig takes place tomorrow

Justin Bieber is set to debut a new single called ‘Anyone’ during his New Year’s Eve performance tomorrow night (December 31).

The “arena sized” event will see the ‘Yummy’ singer accompanied by a five-piece band and a crew of dancers. It will take place in an “iconic location” with a state-of-the-art light show and a newly-designed stage.

Today (December 30), Bieber took to social media to announce that he will be debuting his new single as part of the livestream gig.

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“Oh yeah I’m performing my new single #ANYONE during #BieberNYE tomorrow night justinbieberNYE.com,” the pop star tweeted.

The new track follows ‘Holy’ and ‘Lonely’, the first two songs from the singer’s “new era”. Bieber released his most recent album, ‘Changes’, back in February.

Bieber’s New Year’s Eve gig will initially air at 3:15am GMT (10:15pm EST) tomorrow night (December 31), with two additional re-airings on Friday (January 1) at 10:00am GMT (5:00am EST) and 8:00pm GMT (3:00pm EST).

T-Mobile customers can get free access to the livestream concert through the T-Mobile Tuesdays app or by heading to  www.JustinBieberNYE.com. Fans who are not T-Mobile customers can purchase access for $25 via www.JustinBieberNYE.com.

Earlier this month, Justin Bieber partnered with the Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Choir for a new charity version of his single ‘Holy’.

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The collaboration comes five years after Bieber tweeted his support for the Choir’s successful bid to become the UK’s Christmas Number One with ‘A Bridge Over You’instead of his own track ‘Love Yourself’.

Meanwhile, Bieber took to Instagram last month to share his feelings about his latest album ‘Changes’ being classified as pop in the 2021 Grammy nominations.

Bieber has picked up four nominations this year for Best Pop Vocal Album for ‘Changes’, Best Pop Solo Performance, Best Pop/Duo Group Performance, and Best Country Duo/Group Performance, but was unhappy with the pop classification of his latest offering.

In a statement posted to Instagram today (November 25), Bieber said “I am very meticulous and intentional about my music. With that being said I set out to make an R&B album.”

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