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Old 07-03-2013, 14:44
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The issue was the show starting late and causing transport problems. That's all.

This whole thing about "it was a school night!" is nonsensical. I doubt a 8 year old is really going to miss anything important if he/she misses one day of school.

They really don't need to know that the cow jumped over the moon.
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Old 07-03-2013, 14:54
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Also its behaviour like this that Karma Catches up with you. then Eventually your career suffers.

Treat your fans with respect!

I mean Look at Britney she has a good track record for making it to her shows on time and giving fans a show they deserve.

I went to her Circus tour and twice to her Femme Fatale Tour and she Started both On time and finished on time.

There is a reason why Britney still is big and still has a loyal fan base after almost 15 years.

People like Justin Bieber need to grow up and realise they would not be where they are today without there fans.
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Old 07-03-2013, 15:13
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Just spoken to my SIL who bought the tickets for my niece. Not at all amused. She said they did not get home until 2am. It was a school night. She is not buying her daughter anything pertaining to Justin. She said it was shameful the way he behaved and my niece is pretty disgusted with him also. A result Id say.
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Old 07-03-2013, 18:41
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Also its behaviour like this that Karma Catches up with you. then Eventually your career suffers.

Treat your fans with respect!

I mean Look at Britney she has a good track record for making it to her shows on time and giving fans a show they deserve.

I went to her Circus tour and twice to her Femme Fatale Tour and she Started both On time and finished on time.

There is a reason why Britney still is big and still has a loyal fan base after almost 15 years.

People like Justin Bieber need to grow up and realise they would not be where they are today without there fans.
Britney certainly has her fair share of problems, Bieber's got no excuse.
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Old 07-03-2013, 19:59
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Im not a justin bieber fan at all but I actually feel very sorry for the kid at the moment. Yes he upset fans at his concert but I haven't heard about him making a habit of it and he did apologise for it.
I think people need to remember he's a 19 year old kid in a foreign country and he made a mistake, cut him a bit of slack for gods sake. He's clearly having issues at the moment with this gas mask thing, he looks like a very unhappy person and instead of laying into him all the time perhaps someone around him should help him.
People are so quick to judge others, I'm sure they've made mistakes before.
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Old 07-03-2013, 20:09
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Im not a justin bieber fan at all but I actually feel very sorry for the kid at the moment. Yes he upset fans at his concert but I haven't heard about him making a habit of it and he did apologise for it.
I think people need to remember he's a 19 year old kid in a foreign country and he made a mistake, cut him a bit of slack for gods sake. He's clearly having issues at the moment with this gas mask thing, he looks like a very unhappy person and instead of laying into him all the time perhaps someone around him should help him.
People are so quick to judge others, I'm sure they've made mistakes before.
You mean he got his PR team to apologise.

A 19 year old 'kid'? I think you'll find being 19 makes him a young man who should take responsibility for his mistakes. If he's unhappy perhaps he should get the hell out of the business and avoid letting his fans down. They pay for his millionaire lifestyle when all's said and done - he owes them.
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Old 07-03-2013, 20:59
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The issue was the show starting late and causing transport problems. That's all.

This whole thing about "it was a school night!" is nonsensical. I doubt a 8 year old is really going to miss anything important if he/she misses one day of school.

They really don't need to know that the cow jumped over the moon.
OK, so let's just give kids days off school whenever they feel like doing anything what will involve them being up late. What a ridiculous comment.
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Old 07-03-2013, 21:03
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Im not a justin bieber fan at all but I actually feel very sorry for the kid at the moment. Yes he upset fans at his concert but I haven't heard about him making a habit of it and he did apologise for it.
I think people need to remember he's a 19 year old kid in a foreign country and he made a mistake, cut him a bit of slack for gods sake. He's clearly having issues at the moment with this gas mask thing, he looks like a very unhappy person and instead of laying into him all the time perhaps someone around him should help him.
People are so quick to judge others, I'm sure they've made mistakes before.
On the other hand, Michael Jackson managed to be a professional at a much younger age. Ditto the Osmonds and countless others. Even The Beatles, who were pretty young during their early days, would turn up on time and do the show.
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Old 07-03-2013, 21:10
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19 year old kid? Chinese kids are much much younger and they can reliably assemble an iPad, surely it can't be that difficult for this kid to just turn up somewhere on time
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Old 07-03-2013, 22:02
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People are tweeting that he's not on stage yet tonight...
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Old 07-03-2013, 22:11
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I think the fames gotten to his head
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Old 07-03-2013, 22:19
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I think the fames gotten to his head
Agreed manboy needs to sort himself out before its is too late.
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Old 07-03-2013, 22:59
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From Twitter, just now.

Sugarscape ‏@sugarscape

We're at Justin Bieber's London O2 show and he's just been taken off stage to be checked over by doctors. Agh!
https://twitter.com/sugarscape

Update, he might be back on in a few minutes.

Apparently he 'collapsed' and had 'breathing difficulties'.

Maybe, just maybe, he's getting stage fright/panic attacks or something similar.

Even his 'Beliebers' on Twitter are telling him to take a break.
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Old 08-03-2013, 00:12
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According to TMZ he has been rushed to hospital, perhaps he should rest it seems like he is burning the candle at both ends
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Old 08-03-2013, 02:19
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According to TMZ he has been rushed to hospital, perhaps he should rest it seems like he is burning the candle at both ends
I would suggest he's certainly burning (and smoking) something and that is probably why he's repeatedly late, does freaky s**t like go out in a gasmask or with his trousers round his ankles and probably a factor in the 'exhaustion and breathing difficulties' that caused him to temporarily leave the stage tonight. The Blind Items thread has a number of entries that suggest he is not a very nice person and engages in multiply disturbing behaviours.

On the other side of the coin, he's probably being worked like a dog by the greedy so-and-so's at the record company to extract the maximum 'kerching' from the kiddies while he's still entrancing them.
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Old 08-03-2013, 06:18
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The issue was the show starting late and causing transport problems. That's all.

This whole thing about "it was a school night!" is nonsensical. I doubt a 8 year old is really going to miss anything important if he/she misses one day of school.

They really don't need to know that the cow jumped over the moon.
8 years old and learning nursery rhymes? Bloody hell, no wonder they change schools barely able to write their own names!
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Old 08-03-2013, 06:36
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According to TMZ he has been rushed to hospital, perhaps he should rest it seems like he is burning the candle at both ends
Stunt.
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Old 08-03-2013, 08:08
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Im not a justin bieber fan at all but I actually feel very sorry for the kid at the moment. Yes he upset fans at his concert but I haven't heard about him making a habit of it and he did apologise for it.
I think people need to remember he's a 19 year old kid in a foreign country and he made a mistake, cut him a bit of slack for gods sake. He's clearly having issues at the moment with this gas mask thing, he looks like a very unhappy person and instead of laying into him all the time perhaps someone around him should help him.
People are so quick to judge others, I'm sure they've made mistakes before.
What I feel sorry about, is that the people around him seem to be enabling users, starting from his own parents. However Justin is not a kid any more, he is actually an adult, and like everyone else, needs to drop the entitled attitude, or he will get called out on it. Within the last year he has become rude, obnoxious, and the fame seems to have gotten to his head. If people around him cared about him, they would pull him out of showbiz for a while. But the money matters more, and they will enable him until he does actually have a break down.
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Old 08-03-2013, 08:35
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[quote=phil solo;64658240]I would suggest he's certainly burning (and smoking) something and that is probably why he's repeatedly late, does freaky s**t like go out in a gasmask or with his trousers round his ankles and probably a factor in the 'exhaustion and breathing difficulties' that caused him to temporarily leave the stage tonight. The Blind Items thread has a number of entries that suggest he is not a very nice person and engages in multiply disturbing behaviours.

On the other side of the coin, he's probably being worked like a dog by the greedy so-and-so's at the record company to extract the maximum 'kerching' from the kiddies while he's still entrancing them.[/QUOTE]

I agree. Like this little pop star or not he is a cash cow and the people surrounding him may even have fixed this "technical hitch" as a publicity stunt. It backfired.
The management circus surrounding young Beiber will abandon him like a hot potato and move on to the next cash cow. I almost feel sorry for him.
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Old 08-03-2013, 08:39
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From Twitter, just now.



https://twitter.com/sugarscape

Update, he might be back on in a few minutes.

Apparently he 'collapsed' and had 'breathing difficulties'.

Maybe, just maybe, he's getting stage fright/panic attacks or something similar.

Even his 'Beliebers' on Twitter are telling him to take a break.
Or maybe his PR team think a "Justin bravely struggles through the show despite illness" story will help to offset the bad publicity from the two-hours-late debacle.
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Old 08-03-2013, 09:00
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Didn't he do a show with Alan Carr where he was wheeled on looked totally lost, sat saying nothing for about an hour, performed a sung and that was it.

I don't think it's the exploitation of him we need to worry about it's the exploitation by him and his management of the fans.

They know the fans will defend him and provide excuses without him or his management having to say much.
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Old 08-03-2013, 09:39
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Justin Bieber extremely late for a performance, boos ringing round the stadium, nothing said from him or his team for more than 12 hours.

Last night the Bieber said to be unwell and sympathy abounds and his fans get reward almost immediately with a tweet.

The clear message being I will refuse to acknowledge you if you don't say what I want to hear.

Let's hope this groping of a 14 year old doesn't come back and bite him in the bum in 20 years time.
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Old 08-03-2013, 16:39
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Just on Sky News showing Bieber having a scuffle outside the hotel with photographers early today. He's becoming the headline of the week really. To big for his on good. Probably blaming the press for his mistakes. Why doesn't he get on a plane and go home. Looks like he's wearing womens leggings in the picture.
http://www.entertainmentwise.com/new...-Outside-Hotel

http://www.itv.com/news/update/2013-...-photographer/
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Old 08-03-2013, 18:56
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On the other hand, Michael Jackson managed to be a professional at a much younger age. Ditto the Osmonds and countless others. Even The Beatles, who were pretty young during their early days, would turn up on time and do the show.
You can't really compare MJ with JB or the Osmonds, they are completely different people and completely different in the head. Also they didnt have their every small problem tweeted round the world five seconds after they did it.
I'm not trying to say he didnt do something wrong i think people should just lighten up on him.
I also think people who are not affected by what he's done should think if they're just jumping on the band wagon because they dont like him rather then really giving a damn about what he's doing.
People are literally giving everyone 'updates' on his 'bad' behaviour minute by minute, it's ridiculous.
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Old 08-03-2013, 19:05
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There's tweets that tonight might be cancelled? Has there been any report on this?
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