Justin Bieber will join media mogul Oprah Winfrey on "Oprah's Next Chapter" after the Canadian crooner recently made headlines for breaking records on VEVO.
Winfrey took to her Twitter account to announce that Bieber would be her next guest on her television show in an interview that will premiere next month.
"Me and the Bieber just finished our interview," Winfrey told her fans while tweeting a photograph that she took with the singer. "Good stuff! #NextChapter."
The 58-year-old media proprietor seemed to become a fan of the young singer after attending his concert and interviewing him in between his tour dates.
"Backstage Justin Bieber concert . #nextchapter Nov 25," Winfrey tweeted. "@justinbieber BELIEVE concert so impressive . Thanks for a SUPER FUN night."
Bieber seemed to be just as excited to meet Winfrey tweeting, "Great interview with @Oprah."
While the singer's fans took to Twitter to express their excitement about his interview with the media maven, they also congratulated him for breaking a record on the music video website VEVO.
"Congrats are in order again for the Biebs. Dude just clocked 3 BILLION VIDEO VIEWS on his VEVO channel," the official VEVO Twitter page announced.
According to the VEVO website, Bieber's billions of views are from a culmination of all of his music videos featured on the web page. Ace Showbiz reports that Bieber is the first artist to accomplish this feat, less than two weeks after he broke VEVO's 24-hour record with the most views for the "Beauty And a Beat" record featuring Nicki Minaj.
According to VEVO, the pair received 10.6 million views in 24 hours for their collaboration. Fans of the Canadian singer expressed their pride for the singer's accomplishment.
"@VEVO @justinbieber so proud," one fan tweeted.
Another fan took to the social networking website to express their excitement for Bieber's accomplishment.
@VEVO @justinbieber WOW...what's this I read," the person tweeted. "You've reached 3 BILLION views on YouTube?! all I can say is #AMAZING! #DoingBigThings!"