Beliebers would be happy to know that JUSTIN BIEBER debuted new songs his “Believe” album at his free concert in Norway on Wednesday, celebrity news has learned.
A day after his “Die In Your Arms” song was released, Justin Bieber hit Norway for his first free concert in a long time held at Oslo where police almost declared a state of emergency after hundreds of European fanatics crowded the venue to catch a glimpse of the famed teen pop star.
After performing his worldwide hit, “Baby,” the Canadian pop star danced and sung to his new tracks, ”All Around The World” and “As Long As You Love Me,” from his “Believe” album.
Thankfully, the concert pushed through with barely any reported threats to safety after police warnings—not denying the imminent mini heart attacks many enthralled teens have so willingly suffered during the show—but not without a warning tweet from the Biebs himself:
“…for the show to happen u must all listen to the police. we are all concerned for your safety and i want what is best for u. please listen.”
Non-attendees need not worry, however. The show is part of Justin’s upcoming “All Around The World” TV feature that will also include behind-the-scenes footage and the rest of his performances in seven countries that will take place in the next two weeks, until it airs on June 21 on NBC.
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