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Justin Bieber to lift lid on ‘ups and downs’ in YouTube documentary Seasons


Justin Bieber is set to open up about his ‘ups and downs’ in his new YouTube documentary, Seasons.

Beginning his new chapter and gearing up to release his new album, the star is set to lift the lid on the past few years.

The trailer for the series begins with the star being asked to talk about the last four years, with Justin simply answering: ‘Wow.’

‘As humans we go through so many ups and downs,’ he explains. ‘So many good seasons, bad seasons. Sometimes we want to give up.’

It’s no secret that the Biebs has had a rocky few years, culminating in him taking a break from music and performing.

Referencing Justin previously cancelling his world tour,the trailer shows emotional shots of the star crying, with close friends describing him as ‘a shell of himself’.

Biebs is set to open up on his struggles (Picture: YouTube)

However, with him beginning a new era, with his wife Hailey Bieber by his side, it seems he’s ready to speak out on the tough times and give fans a glimpse into the process of recording his first album in five years.

‘I’m excited, I’m just nervous a little bit,’ Justin admitted in the trailer. ‘This album is different because of where I’m at in my life.’

Meanwhile, Hailey also made an appearance in the trailer, telling the camera: ‘Maybe by watching this, people will get a glimpse into his world.’

Hailey also made an appearance in the trailer (Picture: YouTube)

We’re so ready.

‘For the very first time, the world’s biggest superstar, Justin Bieber, is pulling back the curtain and giving fans an intimate look into the past few years of his life,’ the documentary description reads.

‘From the joys of marriage to the struggles through difficult seasons, Justin opens up to reveal his biggest challenges as he gets back into the studio to record his first album since 2015.’

Justin Bieber: Seasons will premiere on 27 January, with two new episodes per week.

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