Throngs of Canadian tweens rejoiced as Justin Bieber announced he was spending the holidays at home and his fans got a special treat when he decided to make it a family affair.
During his Justin Bieber: Home for the Holidays concert special last night in Toronto, the 17-year-old pop star carried his three-year-old sister, Jazmyn, on stage to join him in song.
During his set at Massey Hall, Bieber performed acoustic versions of songs from his Christmas album, 'Under the Mistletoe' that has sold more than two million copies.
Bieber gave a shout out to his parents, grandparents and friends from his hometown of Stratford, Ontario who were in the audience, and then brought his little sister on stage so they could sing an adorable rendition of Bieber's hit song "Baby."
Bieber is thrilled to be home for the holidays -- yesterday he tweeted:
"waking up in #CANADA - where is my Timmy Ho's?"
And on stage he told his hometown audience he has performed all over the world, "but it doesn't compare to Toronto. It means the world to me to perform for you, more so here than anywhere else."
The popstar has been keeping very busy at home. In addition to his concert special where he presented the local Children's Wish Foundation with a check for $500,000, he also spent time meeting fans and handing out canned goods at The Daily Bread Food Bank, and spent some time on the ice with the Toronto Maple Leafs.
See how Justin has been spending his time in Toronto: