Justin Bieber Posts Emotional ‘Hold Tight’ Video Hugging Fans

Thu, January 2, 2014 11:43am EST by 16 Comments

While Justin was criticized for his behavior a lot this year, one thing he’s always been great at his showing how much he loves his fans — and that’s exactly what he did in this new video!

While Justin Bieber‘s song “Hold Tight” plays in the background, the new montage video shows Justin over the years bringing girls up on stage, singing to them and embracing them. Justin shared it on his YouTube page on January 1, to kick of 2014.

Justin Bieber’s ‘Hold Tight’ Fan Video

“Some fun for you on New Years. Hold tight meets Ollg,” Justin posted on Twitter, linking to the video. “Ollg” stands for “One Less Lonely Girl,” the song he sings to a special gal at each concert.

The video is 4 minutes of Justin and his fans showing love for each other — and it’s absolutely adorable.

While he caresses many of the “One Less Lonely Girl[s]” that come on stage, one actually reaches out and caresses his face back!

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When Justin’s movie Believe dropped on Christmas Day, we loved seeing that he included his fans in it.

He got emotional remembering Avalanna Routh — who’s also known as Mrs. Bieber. She passed away in September, but was always one of JB’s biggest fans.

In the film, Justin remembers the first time that he met her at the hospital. Recalling the memory, he gets extremely emotional and starts crying.

Over the years, he has performed “One Less Lonely Girl” many times and after her death, he performed it without bringing a girl on stage — instead, he left the chair empty and sang to a screen full of photos of her.

It’s so sweet to see Justin’s sensitive side.

What do you think of the “Hold Tight” fan video, HollywoodLifers? Let us know!

— Emily Longeretta

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