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Justin Bieber Causes Sheer Pandemonium In Oslo!

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Today, Justin Bieber took over Oslo, Norway, to the delight of all his Norwiebers!

As for the other townspeople? Well…if they were smart (or just feared for their own safety), we’re sure they stayed inside! LOLz!

Check out the video of the Biebs greeting his fans from his hotel balcony (above)!!

Absolute madness!!!

Want to see even MORE craziness the Biebs’ visit ensued before taking the stage for his free concert?!

Take a look at the wave of teenyboppers chasing his car as he tried to escape to a restaurant (below)!!

Tomorrow, Justin will bring his swag to Paris, then it's off to Milan, Verona, Madrid, London, Cologne, Berlin, Mexico City, NYC, Toronto!

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4 comments to “Justin Bieber Causes Sheer Pandemonium In Oslo!”

  1. fancypants66 says – reply to this


    The Biebs is doing a promotional tour in the countries where he plans to tour this summer, hence the 'free' concerts. He is setting the stage so he can add more countries to his tour cities, which is very smart. His Believe tour should do very well not only in the US but overseas as well. He has a smart team of marketers.

  2. Amandla says – reply to this


    Justin just won an award for his perfume Someday

  3. Anonymously says – reply to this


    These girls are Major Creepy ! " I LOVE YOU JUSTIN" you don't even know him you psycho !! Do you think he's gonna be like "OMG she loves me she's the girl i want to marry!"

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    I'd be excited too if I was there. Not because I like Justin Bieber, but because he looks like he's going to fall off that balcony for a second. I'm torn, though, because although that would be nice, I couldn't bear to see the trend of increasing posthumous album sales.