Justin Bieber shared another victory of the successful sales of four of their albums, this time in Norway. The singer received a certificate for the number of sales of copies of Believe Acoustic (2013) , Under The Mistletoe (2011) , My World 2.0 (2010) and Believe (2012) .
“Just got this! Thank Norway. Would an incredible show tonight”
It was released a new photo of Justin alongside representatives from the label Universal Music Norway. Check out the photo and more details: Continue reading →
On the evening of Tuesday (16), Justin Bieber performed the first three shows of the Believe Tour in Telenor Arena, in Oslo, Norway.
The country of Beliebers who were known for their euphoria after the city was in a state of emergency in the 1st visit of the star in 2012, Justin received with the same euphoria, answered with deafening screams, and a sold out show. Watch The Video!
This video is made for Justin Bieber to see and to visit countries he’s never been to.
Every country in this world has Beliebers, don’t forget any of them! Beliebers gather, make parades and flashmobs in hope of getting Justin to perform in their countries. Only a few countries are in this video, there are of course more. Continue reading →
Norwegian authorities have launched an investigation after dozens of fans were hurt in chaotic scenes at a Justin Bieber gig on Wednesday (30May12).
Officials confirmed 49 fans were injured and 14 were taken by ambulance to hospital after thousands of excited devotees descended on Oslo to see the Biebs perform a surprise concert at the Opera House.
According to Tmz.com, Mayor Fabian Stang has now initiated an investigation to determine how the situation spun out of control.
Mayor says: “I have already called on the Emergency Planning Agency to examine the entire event from the planning stage to its implementation. We have to find out what went wrong and why it happened.”
Local police were on the verge of declaring a state of emergency before the free show, and reached out to Bieber to help them keep the peace.
Justin took to his Twitter to urge fans to remain calm, writing: “Norway – please listen to the police. I dont want anyone getting hurt. I want everything to go to plan but your safety must come first.”
The concert went ahead as planned despite crowd control concerns – Justin performed his hit Baby and other songs from his album Believe such as Be Alright and All Around The World.
The police in Norway are on the verge of declaring a state of emergency in Oslo, Norway after tens of thousands of unruly Justin Bieber fans overran the city — and now, they’re begging Justin for help, reports TMZ.com
Fans waiting for Justin’s performance
Justin’s scheduled to perform 4 new songs tonight outside Oslo’s famed opera house as part of his “Around the World” TV special — and the crazed Bieber fans from all over Europe have descended on the city for the event.
Beliebers at OSLO Opera Hause
The crowds have swelled to such overwhelming numbers, the police lost control — and are pleading with Justin to take the stage early … before all hell breaks loose.
Justin’s aware of the situation — he tweeted:
“…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.”