For the past few weeks, the Canadian superstar has been getting pretty candid about his personal life. While we’d love it to go on forever, Justin Bieber's Seasons finale episode just aired and he has shared all sorts of revelations about his hiatus. Even Tom Holland had quite a positive review of the docu-series.
Biebs shared a clip on Instagram earlier today of Holland talking about Seasons during an interview.
The 23-year-old said, "I just really enjoyed that because it was nice to see that someone who goes through it in the biggest way possible also has a hard time."
He continued, "I felt like there was a real solidarity for young people, no one goes through what he does, but we all go through it a little bit. And I was really grateful to see that side of him. I'm just really happy that he's happy!"
Bieber added the caption, "This was so amazing to see. Thanks for showing love @tomholland2013. We all go through it".
Holland left a sweet comment saying, "Appreciate you mate".
Today marks the release of the tenth and final episode in the docu-series which aired its first episode on YouTube on January 27.
The finale features stars speaking about the Canadian singer including Billie Eilish, Quavo, DJ Khaled, and Usher.
Billboard claims that in the episode, Eilish says, "Anything that he makes at all, I'm excited about. I don't care if he pooped and put it on a plate and put that in a store. I'm excited! Anything that Justin makes, I'm ready to go."
She continues saying, "I would say that he's doing better and that makes me so happy because, you know, I like, care about him more than, like, anyone in my life."
Usher's role in Bieber's life has been as a mentor since the Canadian first joined the entertainment industry.
Billboard writes that "DJ Khaled, Big Sean and Quavo all gushed about what a great friend Justin is, with Quavo asserting that he's one of the best artists in the world".
According to People, a few of the many moments Bieber shares in Seasons include his drug addiction, diagnosis and battle with Lyme disease and Epstein-Barr, and the journey to marriage with Hailey Baldwin.
Earlier this month, the docu-series broke records as the most-watched original on YouTube. The over 33 million views came just a week after its premiere.
The docu-series and release of his new album Changes will be followed by a North America tour starting in May.