Justin Bieber has announced he will play an incredible 30 more dates on an extended leg of his 'Believe' tour in 2013 taking him until August.
The 'Boyfriend' singer kicked off his mammoth world tour in September and after selling out most dates so far with performances in North America and Canada, it's only right that Justin add a few more dates for fans who have missed out on the Bieber action.
Fans will have another chance to see Justin Bieber on his extended tour (Daniel Tanner/WENN)
While the tour was scheduled to come to an end in on April 26 in Helsinki, Finland, Justin will take a couple of months off before continuing the trek on June 22 in San Diego and travelling to the likes of Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Chicago, Philadelphia, Toronto, Newark and Brooklyn before ending in Atlanta on August 10.
It's hardly surprising that Justin is keen to stay out on the road as long as possible, after generating a reported revenue of more than $40 million from the tour so far, according to Billboard.
The extra tour dates will come as an early Christmas present for Justin's fans who have been outraged that the singer didn't receive a nomination for next year's Grammy Awards.
Mumford & Sons, Frank Ocean and Jay-Z were just some of the names who have dominated the nominations for 2013's ceremony, but Justin says earning a coveted Grammy award surprisingly isn't important to him.
"Thank you to all of my beautiful fans out there. I don’t need a Grammy to have your love. You guys are still so incredible," Justin said during an interview with Z100 radio station on Friday.
The 18-year-old then reiterated his sentiment on Twitter later that evening, telling his 31 million followers: "And i met what i said at the end. finally answered about the grammys. I got you guys. that is all i need. Im all good (sic)."