Justin Bieber switched on the Christmas lights at both of London‘s ‘Westfield‘ shopping centres yesterday.
He was joined by boyband ‘The Wanted‘ and teens from the ‘Cancer Trust‘, and treated fans to a few tracks from his new album.
He told ‘BBC News‘ that his main wish this Christmas is to spend time with his family.
Many young girls queued from midnight to ensure that they got one of the 1,000 wristbands available for the event, with many skipping school, and traveling form distances such as Norway and America.
Of course, many fans were left disappointed when they were unable to collect a wristband. ‘Westfield‘ wrote a message to these people on their ‘Facebook‘ page: “We appreciate all your comments and feedback today. We worked closely with local authorities and the police to ensure crowd safety at all times which was our first priority. We understand the frustration of people who missed out and we want to apologise to anyone who was disappointed.”
He’s obviously racked up quite a few air miles recently too, tweeting: “Three countries in one day yesterday….was exhausted. Got much needed rest. Paris We Ready,” followed by “just gotta say… I love my fans. My #Beliebers & my #PurpleNinjas. Love you. Incredible. Hands down the best fans in the world. cant break us.”