Here's an explanation for that faint screaming noise you've been hearing: Advance tickets go on sale Tuesday for "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never," the 3-D documentary about the 16-year-old heartthrob's 2010 tour.
What's more, the Bieber camp is holding "The Ultimate Golden Ticket Sweepstakes," in which lucky fans can win a date with Justin and a special hometown screening for friends.
The film, directed by Jon Chu (the "Step Up" dance-movie franchise) and co-produced by Bieber's R&B mentor Usher, includes home movies of the youngster growing up in Ontario, Canada, before his two albums - "My World" and "My World 2.0" - turned him into a global phenomenon whose very appearance at Roosevelt Field mall sparked a riot in 2009. He has 6.9 million followers on Twitter and is currently on the cover of Vanity Fair.
Meanwhile, Bieber is still insisting they he and Selena Gomez are just friends, People magazine reports. When Ryan Seacrest asked Bieber on his KIIS-FM radio show Monday what he should say to people who have seen video or photos of Bieber and Gomez, 18, getting cozy, Bieber said, "Just tell 'em that she's, like, one of my best friends."