Justin Bieber is hard at work on his new album, 'Believe,' but he doesn't forget where he came from, nor where he was a year ago. The Biebs paid tribute to his movie, 'Never Say Never,' which debuted a year ago (Feb. 11).

Bieber celebrated by thanking all of his Beliebers on (where else?) Twitter. Biebs retweeted countless fans, including the man who arguably "made" him, Scooter Braun. Braun wrote, "'i love being the underdog.' gonna watch this movie again 1 year later. gonna bring back a lot of memories. #NeverSayNeverFilm"

Bieber himself kicked off the festivities, tweeting, "I will NEVER SAY NEVER!! I WILL FIGHT!! I WILL FIGHT FOR FOREVER!! #1Year LOVE YOU" Bieber also posted a YouTube clip of his 'Never Say Never' trailer, writing, "#1YEARNeverSayNever - youtu.be/tVKMYrL0d4U THANK YOU. Gonna make u #BELIEVE I promise."

'Never Say Never' documents Bieber's rise from small town Canadian YouTube singer to the biggest pop phenom on the planet.

For as much as Bieber says he appreciates his fans, he certainly puts his money where his mouth is. He slightly delayed his opening stint at the NRJ Music Awards in Cannes to interact with his Beliebers. Last month, Biebs celebrated another anniversary: the five-year anniversary of his Kidrauhl YouTube account that made him a star.

Congratulations, Beliebers! Your support clearly keeps the Biebs going.

Watch Justin Bieber 'Never Say Never' Trailer