Friday, 13th July 2012
In Japan Entertainment News,
Bieber bigs up Japan
Canadian pop sensation Justin Bieber recently touched down in Tokyo and couldn't keep from expressing his delight at the city.
From heated toilets to the incredible barrage of followers that have been showering him in support, the Biebster hasn't stopped having fun.
He took to the social networking site Twitter on a number of occasions to fill fans in on his Japanese adventure, even commenting on the flight that took him over neighbouring Korea.
Justin tweeted: "Excited to be back in Japan to see some of the best fans on earth and my guys at Smap Smap!
"JAPAN is CRAZY RIGHT NOW!!! LOVE IT!! THANKS FOR ALL THE LOVE!!"
The singer, who has hits with 'Baby' and 'Boyfriend', described the love his Japanese fans were showing him as "incredible", even paying tribute to the heated toilets seats of the capital city.
The 18-year-old's talent was first discovered in 2008 by American music scout Scooter Braun, who came across Bieber's self-made music videos on YouTube.
Posted by Susan Ballion