Justin Bieber picked up the 2012 MuchMusic Video Award for Fave Artist of Group, despite some stiff competition from the likes of Drake and Carly Rae Jepsen. With 'Believe' set to drop in little more than 24 hours, the win has to feel extra special for Canada's favorite son.

The Biebs, dressed in all black and sporting a huge gold cross around his neck, bounded on the stage to accept the honor. In his speech, he revealed that it was the Beliebers who inspired him the most when he was writing and recording 'Believe.'

"I want to thank the fans," The Biebs said emphatically. "With this album, I was inspired by my fans and they helped me get through a lot." One can't help but wonder if he is referring to the paternity drama he went through with Mariah Yeater, who accused him of fathering her son, which turned out to be a crock.

Bieber continued, exalting his fans by saying, "I wrote a song about them and it's called 'Believe.' I can’t wait for them to hear it." Well, guess what? All you Beliebers can check it out below.

The 'Boyfriend' singer also threw some serious props to his country of origin, saying, "Canada, I will always support you and always love you. It's always great to pull one of these bad boy's home."

Congrats to the Biebs for pulling in another 2012 MuchMusic Video Award. He also nabbed International Video of the Year by a Canadian this evening.

Listen to Justin Bieber, 'Believe'