Justin Bieber’s Probation Comes to Near Close as Singer Graces Two ‘Seventeen’ Covers

Beliebers around the world have a lot to be grateful for this week.

On Monday, Justin Bieber’s probation officer submitted a report to a Los Angeles judge with some news: the 21-year-old superstar has completed a total of 12 anger management sessions more than one year after egging a former neighbor’s house.

Bieber, who was ordered to pay $80,000 to the neighbor last fall, has also signed up to work with a South Los Angeles group to improve its facilities. The “Baby” singer is also expected to complete five days of community service with the group. And then, hopefully, that’s it.

“His overall performance on probation has been good and he continues to display a cooperative attitude,” according to the probation officer’s report. [via E!]

In even more Justin “The Boss” Bieber news, the Canadian pop star is the latest cover boy man for Seventeen magazine, appearing on two separate covers for its June/July issue.

In the exclusive, he opens up about — you guessed it — his apology tour.

“You have to own up to the mistakes,” he tells the magazine. “You have to say, ‘I’m sorry if I’ve let you down.’ I always want to be honest and let people know that those mistakes aren’t who I am.”

“Who I am is someone who really cares about people.”

He cares about you, Beliebers. You got that?

Pick up the new Seventeen on newsstands beginning May 19.

[Lead courtesy of Anthony Mandler/Seventeen]