You’ve got to admit, Justin Bieber’s European leg of his Believe tour has been a bit crazy. I swear I can’t go a few days without hearing news about him. From getting booed at the O2 arena in London, to Selena’s “Well, that makes two of us” on Letterman when the late night host said that he made Justin cry— it’s actually been a crazy few months.
It’s not all that bad for Justin, however, since he has had a few good moments while in Europe. Here’s a graph detailing the high and lows of his tour so far. Keep in mind, there are a lot of stories that have come out from Justin that I couldn’t fit on the graph, like how he honoured the death of Briana, a fan who he’s met that passed away, and getting schools in Norway to rearrange their exam schedule. (I mean seriously, you have to be THAT awesome and important to get a few schools to change their exams schedule!). Take a look below:
Experience the Believe Tour
If you didn’t already hear the amazing news, ANDPOP is giving you the chance to see Canadian hottie Justin Bieber as he stops off in Toronto on Dec. 1. Find out how you and a friend could WIN tickets to the show. If you’re lucky, maybe you’ll even end up on stage and be his One Less Lonely Girl. [lebieberedits]
Usually when you become a professional fan-girl, you go all out. I’m sure there have been countless times when you and your friend have fought over which member of the band is “yours.” Now you can claim your man with these tanks. [llamarianastrench]
How many times has this happened to you?
Sometimes when you’re trying to accomplish an all-nighter or just had a bit too much fun at a party you tend to forget to set your alarm. In other words — not good. If you’re going to have a late night, remember to set an alarm or two BEFORE you leave and pack your bags incase of any altercations. [modelcity]
Spend your free time doing something productive
Do you remember what you did this summer? Browsing the Internet and re-blogging cute gifs don’t count. Why don’t you pick up a hobby like playing the guitar or learning a new language? You might be surprised what you can actually accomplish! [tig-rs]
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After a huge social media campaign called Healing Hailey, his four-year-old superfan got a private meeting with her favourite singer, Justin Bieber. She got to spend five minutes with the heartthrob backstage at his Milwaukee concert on Sunday night.
Hailey’s parents started the campaign on Twitter and Facebook after their daughter was diagnosed with a brain tumor in August. An inspiring video featured a bunch of high school students and teachers sharing motivational messages on signs.
Although she had to get clearance from her doctors to attend the concert, she tweeted afterwards “Dreams come true #believe.”
After months of rehearsals and rumors about what to expect from Justin Bieber’s highly anticipated Believe tour, it finally kicked off on Saturday in Glendale, AZ. Even if you weren’t physically at the concert, Beliebers everywhere were glued to their Twitter accounts, tracking down every move that was going on. If you don’t have your hands on tickets yet, you might wanna get on that cause this looks like a show that’s going down in history!
Taking selfies in the middle of the show
If you didn’t already know, Justin is back on Instagram and I can’t get enough of his selfies. Oh and you can’t forget about the shirtless ones either. Okay back on track now… he grabbed a fan’s phone from the audience and took a picture of himself! What a lucky girl, I wonder if she’s gunna keep that for herself or share it with the world. *Wishful thinking* [ownmynight]
On point choreography
Justin is a triple threat. He can sing, he can act, and he can DANCE! Michael Jackson has been a major influence and it shows during his routines. They don’t call JB the Prince of Pop for nothing. [bieber-graphics]
The pelvic thrust
You better be paying 110% attention to every second of the show. No tweeting things like, “dsjfndjsgndfjskie” because chances are, you’re probably going to miss Justin’s epic hip thrust and you don’t want that to happen. [supportdrew]
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It’s no surprise that Justin Bieber is one of the most hardworking acts out there today. He’s basically already proven himself to the world with his pure talent, most recently off his newest album Believe. Justin has been working hard in the studio everyday rehearsing for the Believe Tour, that starts up September 29 in Glendale, AZ.
Everyone’s getting super antsy for the tour to start— cmon’ who has their countdowns going on? Thankfully, team Bieber keeps all of their followers up to date with the inside scoop on what we can expect. Jon M. Chu (who directed Never Say Never) is returning back with the crew to direct the tour and make it the most magical show ever. P.S. I’m still in favour of a NSN: Part Two. Possibly?
Of course we couldn’t love Justin enough, who just posted this new Viddy from inside the studio. What songs are you hoping make the set list?
Justin Bieber’s promotional tour for Believe has been causing injuries EVERYWHERE. The other day when he was in Oslo 49 teens were injured in a chaotic mob that was chasing after the teen star.
This time though, JB was the one to suffer the injury. Yesterday in Paris, he was knocked out cold after running into a wall of glass during a concert. Luckily it happened backstage between two songs (as opposed to onstage). Although he was disoriented, he returned to his fans and finished the set.
After the concert, he returned to his dressing room and passed out cold for 15 seconds. Turns out, he had a concussion. Don’t worry though! He’s okay.
This is the THIRD incident the guy has had with glass!! In 2010 he walked into a revolving door and a glass panel at a radio station in two separate incidents. Justin told TMZ: “I guess me and glass windows just don’t work.”
He also tweeted a photo of a glass house and commented: “yeah. so this will never be my house. lol.”
Watch his incident from a while back: Read more…