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Justin Bieber Thrills NYC Fans; New Music Coming Soon

Image courtesy of Image COurtesy Justin Bieber via Instagram (via ABC News Radio)
Image courtesy of Image COurtesy Justin Bieber via Instagram (via ABC News Radio)

These days, it seems as though every time you hear the words " Justin Bieber ," they're followed by reports of alleged bad behavior.  So it's refreshing to hear that the singer did something last night which absolutely nobody can criticize him for -- he took the time out to meet and greet fans after having dinner.

E! Online reports that Justin turned up at a New York City restaurant called Serafina Wednesday night for a late dinner -- 11 p.m. as a matter of fact -- with four friends and five bodyguards.  As Justin and his party enjoyed plates of pasta, a crowd of about 30 female fans gathered outside the restaurant -- apparently, they'd followed Justin from his hotel.  But when the singer emerged at 12:30 a.m., he didn't zoom away and leave them sobbing...he went out of his way to make their nights.

E! reports that when the girls swarmed his SUV, Justin rolled down his window and started signing autographs and chatting to the fans.  A patron at the restaurant tells E!, "It was so nice of him and the girls were just going crazy, screaming and crying.  Even one of the mothers who was there with her daughter couldn't get over it.  We heard her say, ‘My God, this is a miracle, we waited six hours for this.'"

Eventually, Justin's car was forced to move because a truck needed to get by, and he drove away, leaving many happy fans in his wake.

Meanwhile, the singer's fans are about to get even happier, because his manager Scooter Braun has revealed on Twitter that Justin will release new music in October.  Scooter also says Justin's new documentary, Believe , will be out in December, providing that the director, John M. Chu , finishes it in time .

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