Prime Minister David Cameron has apparently managed to flog teen heart-throb Justin Bieber for a whopping £10,000. But, Beliebers don't fret! It's simply to raise money for future election campaigns.
According to The Sun, a wealthy financier paid MORE than £10,000 for the exclusive backstage access to the superstar for four teenage girls.
The meeting with Biebs was sold to the highest bidder at the auction at the Tories' annual Black and White Party to raise the cash, but it's also been revealed that the 'Baby' singer has NOT been told about the whole thing, meaning that if he refuses to go ahead with the meet and greet, party chiefs may have to hand back the money. Uh-oh!
Access to the star at his concert at London’s O2 on March 7 was donated by Universal Music UK, his record label in Britain.
Sold! David Cameron has auctioned off Justin Bieber for £10,000 (Photo: WENN)
A glossy catalogue advertising lots for the auction, held at the exclusive Hurlingham Club in Fulham, West London, described the package as “every girl’s dream”.
It added: “The four golden ticket holders will get the chance to go backstage to meet face to face with the gorgeous teen heart-throb”.
Although the teen hasn't been informed, the paper state a Universal Music UK spokesperson as saying Biebs 'wouldn't expect to be informed' about who was lucky enough to meet him.