26 April 2010

Justin Bieber fans show their support at Circular Quay on April 26, 2010 in Sydney, Australia.  Bieber had been scheduled to perform an outdoor concert in front of the Overseas Passenger Terminal at Circular Quay. However after around 5000 people camped out overnight for the performance, police were forced to cancel the outdoor show after several young fans were crushed during crowd surges. Bieber went ahead and performed at the Seven networks headquarters at Martin Place instead.




raaaach96  April 25, 2010 — This is what happened when me and my mates went to Circular Quay today. It looks like not many people because its dark, but trust me there's HEAPS. Once i was in that mosh pit, i was already hyperventalating !




Justin Bieber fans show their support at Circular Quay on April 26, 2010 in Sydney, Australia.  Bieber had been scheduled to perform an outdoor concert in front of the Overseas Passenger Terminal at Circular Quay. However after around 5000 people camped out overnight for the performance, police were forced to cancel the outdoor show after several young fans were crushed during crowd surges. Bieber went ahead and performed at the Seven networks headquarters at Martin Place instead.




Justin Bieber, safely protected by the TV studio's windows, shows that he "hearts" the crowd.



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The Biebz will arrive in New Zealand tomorrow, staying for just a day, to perform at Academic Colleges Group's Strathallan School, in Papakura.

But given the young singer's huge popularity - particularly among teenage girls - and yesterday's incident, Auckland Airport has increased its security.

And his record label, Universal Music New Zealand, is keeping his arrival time secret.

An airport spokesman said: "We are meeting with police and other airport security tomorrow morning to discuss the issue."

Meanwhile, another Auckland high school has had to go for damage control, after rumours spread that Bieber had been expected to perform there but that the principal had refused to allow the show.

Several students at Diocesan School for Girls in Epsom became upset when texts circulated that the college had won a radio competition to have the singer perform at their school, but that senior management had decided otherwise.

Principal Heather McRae said the rumours were in no way true.
NZHERALD



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In the USA there is something I think that is a little weird. They have 50 states and all 50 states are allowed to have their own laws on many areas, like abortion and gay marriage. That means that if you cannot get an abortion where you live you might be able to drive 30 minutes to the next state to get the abortion. A little weird right?

Anyways. One of the laws each state are allowed to set for themselves is the age in which it is legal to have sex. :o  This will depend on your age, the other person's age, and of course, which state you live in. Seeing that FanGirls can be as young as 2, you might be too young. Or for FanCougars like 'The Lady With The Big Brown Eyes, Justin might be too young.

Well I found a website where American FanGirs and FanCougars can go to check if it's legal to have sex with JB in your state in case he suddenly shows up at your doors. (NOT!)

Is it legal to have sex with Justin Bieber?

According to the site, I only have to wait another 4 days, 9 hours, 34 minutes, and 36 seconds until I can legally bonk Justin Bieber in most states. So if you are American and you are wondering about such a [disgusting] thing then try it out at IN-N-OUT BIEBER.

BTW, in Canada, the age you can legally have sex is 16.

So what do you think of a website made only for this purpose?




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X Factor judge Cheryl Cole and teen pop sensation Justin Bieber are among the artists confirmed to appear at Radio 1's Big Weekend next month.

Also appearing at the two-day event at Faenol Park in Bangor, Wales, will be Brit winners Florence and the Machine and Dizzee Rascal, Umbrella singer Rihanna and chart-topping boyband JLS.

Fans can apply for tickets for the May 22nd and 23rd event from 09:00 GMT on Monday via the official Radio 1 website.



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Usher has predicted that his protégé Justin Bieber's career will be more successful than his own because the 16-year old is a 'more talented musician' than he was as a teenager.

The OMG singer, who has been Bieber's mentor since meeting him back in 2008 insisted that he is not surprised at Justin's success and is convinced the One Time hit maker will grow in popularity.

Usher claimed: "You haven't seen the best of him. He is a pop craze like The Beatles. They started out as pure pop artists and look what they became over the years."

"Justin reminds me of myself at that age, only he's a much more talented musician than I was. He taught himself piano and guitar. I couldn't, so he has that advantage.

The RnB star added: "This isn't about his age and we're never going to appease a crowd. His audience will grow with him. I started out when I was a teenager. Now, 45 million albums later…"

In other Bieber news, the pint-sized singer was forced to cancel a gig in Australia yesterday after hoards of adoring fans caused mayhem in the build-up to the show.

MTV.CO.UK



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Security has been beefed up for teen pop star Justin Bieber's 24 hour visit to Auckland on Wednesday.
This follows chaos in Sydney today after police called off a free concert by the 16-year-old for public safety reasons.
Universal Music promotions director Justin Warren says local security will be following the singer from the time he lands.
Bieber will be performing at a south Auckland school which won the concert through a promotion run by a radio station.
Aussie concert cancelled
The  free concert was scheduled to take place at Circular Quay in Sydney, but was cancelled because police feared for the safety of the thousands of eager young fans, mostly girls, who swarmed the forecourt at the Overseas Passenger Terminal.
News that the Canadian teen sensation had arrived early forced a crowd surge about 2am. Problems with the unruly group continued over the following hours, with crowd surges crushing and trampling some fans.

Paramedics were forced to rescue at least 10 girls who fainted.

Police later said all of the girls were treated at the scene for minor injuries.
TVNZ


Watch Sunrise try to give excuses after excuses.
It should be obvious who is to blame for this.

Sorry Australia Beliebers.



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