Justin Bieber Releases Hold Tight Video, Caressing Fans on Stage (WATCH)

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By Tarun Mazumdar | January 3, 2014 11:55 AM EST

Justin Bieber who retired a few days back, wait, he never retired, released this brand new video. Shirtless. He was criticised a lot for his behaviour in 2013, but his ardent fans or Beliebers have always supported and loved him. He has loved them back, always. Justin Bieber showed his love for his fans in this new video titled "Hold Tight."

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Singer Justin Bieber poses at the premiere of the documentary "Justin Bieber's Believe" in Los Angeles, California December 18, 2013. The documentary opens in the U.S. on December 25.

Justin's song "Hold Tight" plays in the background, and he is seen bringing his female fans on the stage. It is like a tribute to his fans, the female fans to be precise. He is seen singing to them and hugging them in the video.

The video was like a New Year present from Justin Bieber to his Beliebers. He posted the video on Jan 1 on his YouTube page.

"Some fun for you on New Years. Hold tight meets Ollg," posted Justin Bieber on Twitter.

What is "Ollg?"

These celebrities come up with such weird terms at times.

Ladies and gentlemen, "Ollg" means "One Less Lonely Girl."

The video is 4 minutes, and it features Justin Bieber and his fans. They look adorable on screen.

Justin hugs and caresses the "one less lonely girl/s" on stage. One of the girls touches and caresses his face back.

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Justin Bieber's New Movie - "Believe" Remembers Avalanna Routh or Mrs. Bieber

The Canadian singer's new movie "Believe" featured his fans. He was seen getting all emotional remembering Mrs. Bieber or Avalanna Routh. In Sept, she passed away, however, she was always remembered as Justin Bieber's biggest fan.

In "Believe," Justin Bieber remembers the first time he visited her at the hospital. It was a very emotional moment for him and as he remembered he started crying.

He has performed "One Less Lonely Girl" numerous times. After her death, he performed the song without bringing any of her female fans on the stage. He performed the song to an empty chair and a screen full of photos of Mrs. Bieber.

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Singer Justin Bieber poses at the premiere of the documentary "Justin Bieber's Believe" in Los Angeles, California December 18, 2013. The documentary opens in the U.S. on December 25.
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