A Bieber For All Seasons: 3 Ways Justin Can Wrap Up 2013

Photos: (Getty)

Photos: (Getty)

Hear that! That’s the sound of Beliebers rejoicing at news of new music and perhaps the long awaited “Believe” documentary. Here’s what else we hope to see from The Biebz in the upcoming months.

+ October: Celebrate Spirit Day

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On October 17th, millions will wear purple to take a stand against bullying and show their support for LGBTQ youth. Founded by Brittany McMillan and sponsored by GLAAD, the occasion is known as Spirit Day, and we’ve been celebrating it alongside some of your fave celebs for three years. We’d love to see The Biebz join in on the festivities, especially since purple is his favorite color (you’ve seen the hoodies).

+ November: Grow A Movember Mustache

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Spotted: Justin Bieber rockin’ a mustache at NYC fashion week … if you can call that a mustache! Maybe he’s getting a head start on Movember, a November-long event where guys around the globe grow mustaches to prompt public and private convos about men’s health issues such as testicular cancer. Boys love to talk about football, baseball, and basketball, but Movember is all about opening up about, well, you get the idea.

+ December: Adopt 1,160,000 Chimpanzees

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Justin Bieber has earned $58 million since appearing on the cover of Forbes magazine last year, but he surely doesn’t need all of it! And just because he recently had to hand his pet monkey over to a German zoo doesn’t mean he can’t adopt another … or 1,160,000 others. At $50 a pop, that’s how many endangered duoc monkeys The Biebz could adopt through the World Wildlife Fund with his yearly earnings. Whatcha say, Justin?

Well, even if he doesn’t get a new monkey, we’ll get his new album! Justin Bieber‘s manager Scooter Braun spilled the deets in a Tweet early last month.

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