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Germany: Bieber fever storm hits Berlin01:02

Germany: Bieber fever storm hits Berlin

Germany, Berlin
March 31, 2013 at 17:29 GMT +00:00 · Published

Germany: Bieber fever storm hits Berlin

Thousands of young fans braved the freezing weather in Germany's capital Berlin on Sunday to queue for hours for a chance to see teen music idol Justin Bieber in concert. As snow fell and temperatures dropped below zero degrees Celsius, Beliebers waited for up to five hours to enter the city's O2 Arena venue.

Fans were only allowed into the venue 40 minutes after the scheduled start time for the concert, with some attendees requiring medical attention due to the cold. Bieber took the stage just before 9pm, a delay of more than two hours. Support act Carly Rae Jepsen was dropped from the bill entirely.

Bieber, the Canadian music sensation, is visiting Germany this week as part his worldwide Believe tour. The singer performed in Munich on Saturday following a confrontation at the city airport, where customs officials quarantined his pet monkey after Bieber failed to provide the correct paperwork to import a live animal into the country.

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Germany: Bieber fever storm hits Berlin

Thousands of young fans braved the freezing weather in Germany's capital Berlin on Sunday to queue for hours for a chance to see teen music idol Justin Bieber in concert. As snow fell and temperatures dropped below zero degrees Celsius, Beliebers waited for up to five hours to enter the city's O2 Arena venue.

Fans were only allowed into the venue 40 minutes after the scheduled start time for the concert, with some attendees requiring medical attention due to the cold. Bieber took the stage just before 9pm, a delay of more than two hours. Support act Carly Rae Jepsen was dropped from the bill entirely.

Bieber, the Canadian music sensation, is visiting Germany this week as part his worldwide Believe tour. The singer performed in Munich on Saturday following a confrontation at the city airport, where customs officials quarantined his pet monkey after Bieber failed to provide the correct paperwork to import a live animal into the country.