Bieber hit the milestone when his latest, ‘Stay’, with Kid LAROI launched at No. 3 on the chart.
Coldplay, Usher, Jennifer Hudson, Shakira and Christine And The Queens have also been confirmed for the all-star show.
The duet marks Grande’s third No.1 debut on the Hot 100, Bieber’s sixth entry, and their first No.1 hit together.
All proceeds from the song will be donated to the First Responders Children's Foundation.
Available to stream exclusively on Facebook, the 12-part reality series offers an intimate look into the newlyweds’ lives.
Profits from the forthcoming single will benefit the First Responders Children’s Foundation.
The single, produced by Jon Levine, also includes Avril Lavigne, Jann Arden, Michael Bublé, Sarah McLachlan and more.
Among all artists, Drake equals Mariah Carey, who first sent three songs onto the Hot 100 at No. 1.
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The singer’s ‘Nature Visual’ series has included rustic clips for ‘E.T.A.,’ ‘Habitual’ and an earlier one for ‘Changes.’
The 45-date "Changes" outing was set to be Bieber’s first tour in almost three years.
The “Changes” artist will drop a new digital compilation every Tuesday and Thursday.
The original version of the track - featuring Quavo - features on the pop star's current hit album, 'Changes'.
The video marks the fourth and final instalment of his exclusive “Nature” series on the OS platform.
“Changes: The Movement” features his favourite choreographers and dancers performing songs from ‘Changes’.
After a three-year hiatus, Justin Bieber makes a triumphant return to the charts, earning his seventh No.1 album with his album ‘Changes’.