Justin Bieber’s Comeback Concert in Australia

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Justin Bieber is coming back to continue his successful comeback campaign which led his new single to the top of the charts following his heartbreaking performance at the MTV VMAs.

Justin Bieber who was a reformed bad boy and had numerous issues showing his poor behavior towards his fans and towards the public. The new Justin Bieber is more mature and beginning to re brand his image following numerous years of brattish behavior. The new hit single What Do You Imply has been No. 1 all week in Australia.

Justin Bieber regularly visiting in Australia to launch new music and he is expected to spend four days spruiking his upcoming fourth album that will be released on November 13. Justin Bieber’s overall performance at the current MTV VMAs proved his millions of fans remained loyal despite of his poor image frequently brushes using the law and offensive antics. Bieber seemed to have rehabilitated and his reputation in the media has been re-branded.

After Justin Bieber returned towards the stage after a climatic flight whilst performing above the audience, he got so emotional from the crowd cheers of fans and standing ovation. Justin Bieber had been booed from the final time he had performed in the awards ceremony. He got overwhelmed and cried after the show.

Justin Bieber was offered an additional chance an unlikely chart resurrection with EDM kings Skrillex and Diplo feat. him to sing Exactly where Are U Now? for their Jack U Project. The song lyric might seemed to lament, how he had been exiled by his friends such as his ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez, when his personal life hit the skids. Justin Bieber seems to spend tribute to his lost adore of within the music video for What Do You Imply.

It appeared that Hillsong hang in Sydney helped Justin Bieber to get his act together. His fans were happily posed for selfies and also the Homebush event was an enormous achievement. Justin Bieber will be in Melbourne and Sydney for the promo tour from September 27 to 30.

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SPOTIFY 21 MILLION STREAMS WORLDWIDE

Justin Bieber’s musical comeback has began in spectacular style, with his latest single What Do You Mean? setting a brand new record on music streaming solutions Spotify.

The track has notched up greater than 21 million streams globally in just 5 days, smashing the past Spotify’s leading chart songs for the best first week for a single. The title was previously held by the British boyband One Path for the chart-topper Drag Me Down.

ABOUT JUSTIN BIEBER

About five years ago, pop singer Justin Bieber rose from becoming a Canadian kid posting videos of himself singing on YouTube to, in 2012, becoming named the third-most potent celebrity on the planet by Forbes magazine. That exact same year, he’d released his third consecutive No. 1 studio album, Believe, and embarked around the globally arena tour which will visit about 150 cities over the next two years. The Platinum-certified Believe album is truly a wide-ranging assortment that mixes elements of contemporary R&B, pop, and hip hop, and includes guest spots from heavyweights like Drake, Ludacris, and Nicki Minaj. Fans who buy tickets to see Bieber in concert can expect a massive multimedia production with huge video screens and plenty of pyrotechnics, flying confetti, costume changes, and dancers. The My Globe Tour’s stage design even allowed Bieber to descend onto the stage wearing massive, metallic angel wings, and to hover more than the crowd in a cherry-picker.

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Bad BOY NO More

In January he stated he wanted to shed and changed the “arrogant” and “conceited” poor image and his unappropriate attitude that led to arrests for careless driving, pelting a neighbour’s home with eggs, assaulting a photographer and abandoning a pet monkey at a German airport. Bieber did some things in Australia and left him a poor image like he got in trouble with Australian Federal Police within an hour of arriving in Australia, graffitied a five-star hotel, he called a teenage fan a “beached whale” and his bodyguard slashed a paparazzo’s tyres and a lot much more.

You can check out some online ticket booth to pre-book your ticket on upcoming Justin Bieber’s concert in Australia or sign up on ticketek.com.au to register on their waitlist form to receive some updates for Justin Bieber’s concert.