Justin Bieber kicked off his 'Believe' tour in Arizona over the weekend and as predicted his fans were out in the masses to get a glimpse of the teen icon although it wasn't just the fans who were feeling overcome, the man himself was so ill throughout his US gig that he threw up on stage!
Last night saw Justin's first concert for his new "Believe" tour but things didn't go to plan when poor Biebs stopped midway through a number, turned around and promptly vomited on stage.
Apart from that little onstage moment, Bieber put on a spectacular show for fans with a little help from his close friend Carly Rae Jepsen.
Fans were treated to tracks from his new album Believe, including singles 'Boyfriend' and 'As Long As You Love Me' as well as his biggest hits 'Baby'.
Justin Bieber Live On 'Believe' tour (Wenn)
Following the show, Biebs thanked fans who supported him at the gig, tweeting a cute pic of himself cuddled up in bed after the concert, saying: "Great show. Getting better for tomorrow's show !!!! Love u"
He then added: "And.... Milk was a bad choice! Lol." (A well known quote from the comedy 'Anchorman'.
Let's hope he gets better as his “Believe” tour is scheduled for another 45 cities before wrapping up in Miami, Florida on January 26, 2013. . Bieber's next show is tonight in Las Vegas.
The 'Boyfriend' star will head over to the UK next year to perform at the O2 Arena in the capital on February 17 before heading to Manchester to kick off the UK series of shows .
Bieber will now play seven dates across the UK later this year. The jaunt will kick off on February 19 at the Manchester Arena and will conclude on March 4 with at London's O2 Arena.
Other stops on the tour will include Liverpool, Sheffield and Birmingham and Nottingham.
Tickets for his UK tour are on sale now.
Justin Bieber's complete UK 'Believe' Arena tour dates are as follows:
Dublin, 02 Arena – February 17
Manchester Arena – February 19
Sheffield, Motorpoint Arena – February 23
Liverpool, Echo Arena – February 24
Birmingham, NIA – February 27, 28
Nottingham, Capital FM Arena – March 2
London, O2 Arena – March 4
Justin Bieber - 'Boyfriend':
Justin Bieber Kicks Off World Tour