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Justin Bieber’s Fan Runs Onstage During His Performance To Get Selfie With Star

This is not the first time when a crazy fan of Justin Bieber invaded the stage during a live performance.

Justin Bieber was left shocked as one of his fans from the crowd ran onto the stage during his performance at Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball in London on Saturday. However, the member of the public decided to invade the stage while Justin, 27, was singing his Quavo collaboration, Intentions with the crowd screaming. As Justin danced onstage, the unknown tried to capture a selfie with the pop superstar and the crowd, before security bundled him offstage.

Justin, who at first turned around in shock at the stage invader, then continued on with his slick performance during his headline set. Meanwhile, an insider told MailOnline, “A fan ran onstage, didn’t really do anything but run around. Security got on pretty quickly and bundled him off. Justin turned round to see it but didn’t miss a note, just carried on seamlessly.”

However, this is not the first time when a crazy fan of Justin invaded the stage during a live performance. Back in 2013 a crazed fan stormed onstage and grabbed Justin from behind in Dubai during the middle of piano performance. The then 19-year-old Canadian pop star was performing one of his last songs, Believe, when a youth in a white shirt and jeans blindsided the unsuspecting singer.

Bieber managed to free himself and dashed to the side of the stage. Security guards rushed the stage and lunged at the attacker. Justin took to the stage in a beanie and sunglasses for an energetic extended performance at the event after Coldplay pulled out. He wowed the crowds with performances of hit songs including Sorry, What Do You Mean?, Stay and Hold On. He led the star-studded line-up alongside Jesy Nelson, Becky Hill, Years & Years, and Ed Sheeran.

Credit: Official YouTube Channel of Devotee Belieber

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