They say a singer may begin a song rough and shaky, but he or she must end the song in a stellar way for fans to remember his or her name. This is true for any music artist who is best remembered by his last performance. Justin Beiber did just that as he ended his “Believe” Tour in Perth, Australia.
The Canadian sensation has turned things up in his last show for his “Believe” tour that saw the curtain coming down in Australia on Sunday, Dec. 8, 2013.
Mired by a mix of controversies during his stay Down Under, Bieber made sure that his Aussie fans will remember his show more than the graffitis, the bodyguards kicking paparazzi cars, the staircase news, among others.
Sunday night began with Bieber coming on to the stage in all white ensemble as he greeted his screaming fans.
"Let's go," screamed Bieber as he began the show in Perth Sunday night, by Perth Now "What's up Perth?"
He kicked off the evening’s show with a dance number under the tune of “All Around The World,” followed by “Take You,” noted the news Web site.
The Perth Arena then heard the fans screaming grew even louder as Bieber decided he was a bit overdressed. He then took off his jacket saying: “Now as you can see it's pretty hot up on stage. You wouldn't mind if I got a bit comfortable?"
The evening saw more heart-pumping performances by Bieber as he took the stage again with a performance of “Catching Feelings,” and a medley for “One Time,” “Eenie Meanie,” and “Somebody to Love,” added Perth Now.
Selena’s ex then came out with one of his signature looks, wearing red basketball singlet. He completed his looks with red, high-top sneakers as he performed “Love Me Like You Do,” and “She Don’t Like the Lights.”
"You guys have stood by me," said the Biebs as quoted by Perth Now when Bieber addressed his fans after his performances with hit songs, “Die In Your Arms,” and “Out of Town Girl.”
"I love you so much...” continued Bieber before declaring, "It's the last show. It's time to turn it up."
Bieber’s “Believe” tour began in Glendale, Ariz in September 2012 in support for his third studio album, “Believe.” The teen singer had crossed continents in almost fourteen months which saw millions of fans screaming around the world. “Believe” tour ended in an-eight-leg show in Australia, with the show in Perth Arena on Dec. 8 to mark its end.
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