Justin Bieber
Justin Bieber reacts as he finishes performing a medley of songs at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles, California August 30, 2015. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

It's party time for 'Beliebers!' One of Justin Bieber's recently released song titled “What Do You Mean?” has secured the Canadian pop star his first ever UK Number 1.

Bieber last came close to the Number 1 spot in 2012 with the release of his song, “Boyfriend.” The song debuted at Number 1 spot in Canada and at Number 2 spot in the UK. But the singer could never earn a top spot in UK, writes Yahoo Celebrity.

By earning the first spot, Bieber's song “What Do You Mean?” has dethroned “Fight Song” by Rachel Platten to number two slot. The song has also made Bieber more popular than boyband One Direction.

"What Do You Mean?" received 21 million streams on Spotify in the first 5 days, beating One Direction's last record. The band's last single, “Drag Me Down” got 20 million in its debut week.

Bieber, 21, gave an emotional performance of “What Do You Mean” at the recent MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) on Aug. 21. There is speculation in the media that the Canadian pop star wrote the song for his ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez, who was also in the audience when he performed to the song at the VMA stage.

An emotional Bieber shed tears on stage while concluding his performance. "Life is a journey, sometimes a battle, full of the unexpected. Sometimes we focus on the destination and forget to focus on the journey," he said to Jimmy Fallon at his television show later.

The singer then explained why he became emotional during his performance. "It was so overwhelming," said Bieber. "I missed some cues so I was a bit disappointed about that. But just the support... I didn't expect them to support me in the way they did. Last time I was at an awards show, I was booed."

Bieber is currently busy with his as-yet-untitled album, which he is expected to release on Nov. 13.

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