Justin Bieber talks about his 'legacy' following American Music Awards wins
Justin Bieber, a 16-year-old pop singer who dominated the 2010 American Music Awards with four wins, including Artist of the Year, says that he will "still be building a legacy" 20 years from now.
The Canadian singer has millions of fans all over the world, mostly young girls, and has sold more than seven million records.
"This year's been amazing for me," Bieber told George Pennacchio of KABC Television, OnTheRedCarpet.com's parent company, backstage at the 2010 American Music Awards. "It's only the beginning. Twenty years, I will be still building a legacy."
He made his comments to George Pennacchio of KABC Television, OnTheRedCarpet.com's parent company, backstage at the event, which took place on Sunday at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles.
In the past year, Bieber made his acting debut on "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation", released a rap video and a memoir and inspired a line of nail polish. He is set to release a movie about his life called "Never Say Never", which is due to hit theaters on February 11.
Bieber is set to release a new acoustic album, "My Words Acoustic", on November 26, aka Black Friday, a popular American shopping holiday following Thanksgiving. The record contains a new track, "Pray", which the singer debuted online earlier this month.