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05 March 2013

Justin Bieber Two Hours Late For O2 Gig

Pop star Justin Bieber was two hours late onstage for his concert at London's O2 Arena.

The crowd began booing almost an hour before he emerged.

Tracey Wilson and her daughter, from Hoddesdon in Hertfordshire, told Tony Livesey on BBC Radio 5Live that Bieber had been due to start at 8:30pm.

She said: "The support acts came on but they ran over until about 8.50pm, and then we sat there until 10.20pm for Justin to come on.

"A few of the parents went up to the information desk to complain and they were saying there's nothing they could do and that 'It's just Justin Bieber's production team.

"We said that was all well and good, but most of us have to get trains... it was just a shambles. I said we've really got to leave at 10.50pm to get the last train."

The venue apologised for the late start via its Twitter feed saying: "Justin Bieber is now on stage and apologises for the lateness of his show".

This morning they said they will be "exploring all available options to ensure this doesn't happen again".

(GK)



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