It was a tweenage girl's paradise last night as Justin Bieber and many of his famous friends including Kylie Jenner, Debby Ryan, Usher and more walked the purple carpet at the premiere of his new film, Believe. Who wore what? Who walked with whom? All the deets (and pics) are below.
Justin Bieber and His Posse
While Justin Bieber did pose for pics solo, he also included his posse of six—which didn't include Usher or his manager, Scooter Braun—in some of the photo opps.
Debby Ryan, who's been a friend of Bieber's for years now, co-hosted the MTV.com live stream special but also took some time to pose for paparazzi and hang out with the fans.
While Jennifer Lopez was a no-show, JLO's boyfriend Casper Smart was lookin' fine—and wearing his sunglasses at night.
Olympic gymnast Gabby Douglas walked the carpet, too, and posed for tons of pics like this one.
Ryan Newman from See Dad Run rocked this gorgeous mini dress that matched the purple theme of the night.
Justin Bieber's Family
But it's not a Justin Bieber movie premiere without the fam! Justin posed with his mom, Patti, and his grandparents on the carpet, too.
Representing for the entire Jenner/Kardashian family, Kylie Jenner went sweet but sexy in a white crop top and long black skirt with a mayj slit.
Justin Bieber, Scooter Braun and Usher
Let's be real—Justin Bieber wouldn't be much without those two guys right there. It was nice of him to pose for pics with his manager, Scooter Braun, and his mentor, Usher.
Meaghan Good, who plays Ron Burgundy's love interest in Anchorman 2, went super casual to the premiere wearing denim overalls and a flannel top.
Kiernan Shipka, aka Don Draper's daughter on Mad Men, probably got some 60's inspiration from the show in this cute floral dress.
Jessica Jarrell, who was featured on JB's song, "Overboard," came out to support her friend in sexy red leather. Little did she know she'd be matching the man of the hour...
There's Justin Bieber, who showed up to the premiere at the tail end of the red carpet arrivals. But worth the wait, because he looked good in the red suit.