Justin Bieber chopped off his signature locks and plans on donating the hair to a charity auction, according to the singer.
"Yeah so it's true...i got a lil haircut...i like it...and we are giving all the hair cut to CHARITY to auction. Details coming soon," Bieber wrote on his Twitter account.
The 16-year-old also mentioned on his page that Paramount's Insurge Pictures will be releasing a special "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never Director's Fan Cut" edition of his documentary, with an extra 40 minutes of new footage for a one-week run.
"I realized I had an embarrassment of riches when I was I in the cutting room," director Jon M. Chu said in a press release, as reported by USA Today.
The "Director's Fan Cut" will reportedly include more scenes from Bieber's hometown life, new performances and special footage shot from the movie's premieres around the country.
Bieber's "Never Say Never" has already earned $51,373,000 in the box office, after eleven days in theaters. The film depicts the singer's rise from street performer in Canada to a YouTube phenomenon to an international pop star. Bieber is the protege of R&B singer Usher.
He was recently nominated for a Grammy for Best New Artist but lost to jazz singer Esperanza Spalding. She incurred the wrath of several of Bieber's fans, who unleashed a slew of profanity-laced Twitter messages, some containing death threats, and vandalized her Wikipedia page, which is edited by the public.
Bieber has not confirmed recent reports that link him romantically to Disney Channel star Selena Gomez, but it was reported by TMZ that he filled her home with flowers the day after Valentine's Day. Gomez has also been the subject of Bieber fan death threats after the two were photographed holding hands.