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Justin Bieber Forced To Leave London Hotel!

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Justin Bieber Forced To Leave London Hotel!

He's all grown up, and getting kicked out of hotels!

Over the weekend, Justin Bieber was forced to leave his hotel in London.

No, he didn't wreck his room or party too loud… but his fans did!

Someone close to the Biebs leaked his super secret location and room number. So, naturally, Beliebers showed up and bombarded the hotel with so many calls, phone lines crashed.

Poor guy! After appearing on Germany’s Next Top Model and performing for 80,000 fans at the London's Summertime Ball, we're sure all the Biebs wanted was a good night's rest.

He soon moved to the The Landmark hotel, but the picky pop star didn't like his room so he moved AGAIN to Dorchester.

Boy was exhausted, but he still has standards! LOL!

[Image via WENN.]

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4 comments to “Justin Bieber Forced To Leave London Hotel!”



  1. 1

    Stupid Little Girls … What else?

  2. kim says – reply to this


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    it's a bird, it's a plane, it's a GIRRLLLLL!



  3. 3

    Not a fan, but he needs to get something like a castle with a moat ane guards with AK047 or UZIs to shoot in front of the feet of these stupid girls.



  4. 4

    LOL, a friend did not leak his room number..Friends normally don't do that because they are leeches and want to use him for fame/money/girls,etc.

    He or his handlers leaked it so they get press out of it. Think about it, theres no way a group of people will know what flight he took, but yet theres 3847 people waiting for him? It's because they call radio stations and announce his arrival. Good grief