Justin Bieber Sets Another YouTube Record
Justin Bieber has broken another record.
According to YouTube, the debut episode of Justin Bieber: Seasons was viewed 32.65 million times in its first week, surpassing the 25.4 million views of the Season 2 debut of Liza On Demand.
YouTube paid a reported $20 million U.S. for the 10-episode docuseries, which premiered Jan. 27.
The 25-year-old Canadian singer is the most-followed music artist on YouTube, with more than 50 million subscribers to his channel. Bieber has 109 million Twitter followers and 127 million on Instagram.
The video for Bieber's 2015 single "Sorry" (in which he does not appear) is currently the eighth most-viewed music video on YouTube with over 3.2 billion views.
Changes, Bieber’s fifth studio album, and first since 2015’s Purpose, is out Feb. 14. He will kick off a North American tour in May and will be home in Canada for concerts on Sept. 1 in Ottawa, Sept. 3 in Quebec City, Sept. 10 in Toronto and Sept. 14 in Montreal.
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