Justin Bieber's Movie To Reportedly Feature Footage From Infamous O2 Concert

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Justin Bieber angered fans this month when he showed up two hours late for a concert at London's O2 arena. The pop icon, who was met with boos from fans and crying youngsters, claimed that he was just 40 minutes late for the show and placed the blame on "technical issues."

"I never have any intent to upset or let anyone down and I'm not okay with things being exaggerated," Bieber tweeted the night of the show, making a point to insinuate that the media was stretching the truth about his tardiness, adding "My relationship with the media is not always easy but I'm trying."

Because the tweets weren't enough, Biebs is reportedly getting a chance to tell his side of the story with an upcoming movie. An unnamed source told The Sun that Bieber has "footage from the disastrous London leg of his tour," adding that “Justin filmed his own video to express his feelings about what happened."

The film will reportedly serve as a follow-up to 2011's "Never Say Never" documentary, which told the story of Bieber's meteoric rise to fame.

The source reports that Bieber's new film will be out "in time for Christmas." While the movie won't feature his famed ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez, fans will reportedly catch glimpses of Miley Cyrus, The Wanted, and Bieber's trouble-causing friend, Lil Twist.

For more, head over to The Sun.

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