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Justin Bieber and Chris Brown Perform in Sydney

April 28, 2011 15:02:00 GMT

Justin Bieber proved he is refusing to let a back injury slow him down by taking to the stage in Sydney on Thursday to perform with Chris Brown.


Justin Bieber and Chris Brown Perform in Sydney
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The teenage pop star, Justin Bieber, hurt himself while wake boarding in Bali, Indonesia last weekend, sparking reports he would have to postpone some of his Australian tour dates.

He reportedly went against doctors' order by going ahead with his show in Brisbane on Tuesday, and subsequent reports suggested the singer was on the verge of cancelling Thursday's concert in Sydney.

But Bieber proved the rumours wrong by taking to the stage at the city's Acer Arena as planned and he gave fans an extra treat by bringing on his "Next 2 You" collaborator Chris Brown for a joint performance.

In a post on Twitter after the concert, Bieber writes, "And they thought we might cancel tonight. Look at me now! I love Australia!"

Brown adds, "The show tonight was craaaaaazzzzzzyyyyyy!!!! Justin Bieber... shut it down."


 




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posted by JOSH DODD on Jun 05, 2011
USE ARE GOOD SINGERS USE ARE WHOPPER XX
posted by courtney dodd on Jun 05, 2011
i love ya jb and chris brown use are the best and sosososososso SEXY WE LOVE YOU HAHAHAHA XXXXXXXXXXX I LOVE YOUR SONGS XXXXXX
posted by nicole on May 20, 2011
i like is the best sing.
posted by freeza.cute on Apr 30, 2011
luv ya bieber,mwah!
posted by mouth on Apr 29, 2011
you are sexy
posted by bleona on Apr 29, 2011
justin biber ju are the expensive in my life love dearly I LIKE YOU
posted by Taracha on Apr 29, 2011
garde Dieu dans ta vie parce qu'il t'aidera i hope u...
posted by mrs.bieber on Apr 29, 2011
justin is just wow... i love him :) go chris brown!
posted by jb <3 on Apr 28, 2011
Love u, Justin!!!!!!!!! You are my idol1
posted by melanie on Apr 28, 2011
hi jus iknow you have a concert at mall of asia so im wating you take care

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