The video, directed by Colin Tilley, finds Bieber in boxing mode, hopping in the ring, drinking raw eggs and wooing actress Zoey Deutch. “I can’t think of a better way to close out 2020 and kick off 2021 than celebrating with my fans all over the world and sharing this new music with them,” Bieber said in a statement.
“Music has gotten us all through so much this year, and for me personally it’s been healing and transformative. ‘Anyone’ is such a special, hopeful, anthemic song. It sets the tone for a brighter new year full of hope and possibility.”
Justin released his most recent album ̵6;Changes’ in February, and he has since kicked off his “new era” with singles ‘Holy’ and ‘Lonely’.
The 26-year-old singer’s live stream will be his first full-length concert since 2017.
He wrote on Twitter: “Feeling so blessed for this opportunity to perform this New Years. Excited to celebrate with you all”
The star teamed up with tech giant T-Mobile to put on the ‘NYE Live with Justin Bieber’ event, during which he will be supported by a five-piece band and a crew of dancers.
Justin has shared numerous videos of him rehearsing for the show, and he has teased supporters they can expect a “wild” event.
He wrote on Instagram: “NYE is going to be wild, come vibe with me as we bring in 2021″
T-Mobile customers can get free access to the livestream, or those who are not with the network can pay $25 (£18).
Justin recently teamed up with the Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Choir to release a charity rendition of his and Chance the Rapper’s mega-hit ‘Holy’, in a bid to land the much coveted Christmas number one spot on the UK charts.
But the tune was by beaten YouTube stars and charity campaigners LadBaby, whose song ‘Don’t Stop Me Eatin” – a cover of Journey’s 1981 hit ‘Don’t Stop Believin” – hit the top spot.