Zoe Ambrozewska Staff Writer
At least he did! Justin Bieber has apologised for his late appearance at a sold out concert at London’s O2 Arena last night (Monday 4th March).
Despite initial reports suggesting he was almost two hours late to the stage, Bieber later took to Twitter to clarify this and apologise to fans.
Ellie Steadman, a blogger who said she worked at the O2 Arena, disputed Bieber’s explanation. She wrote: “Bieber was due on at 8.30pm. Nobody had a clue what was going on, it had been hours since the support acts, the audience were past the point of patient, there was a LOT of booing. I found it stressful having to try to help parents and sobbing kids, people were leaving because of how late it was.”
Support acts for the show included Carly Rae Jepsen and Cody Simpson.
Some reports from Twitter have said that boos could be heard around the arena, as fans grew impatient and angry, some having paid up to £70 for tickets.
A spokesman for the O2 has also apologised for the disruption.
What are your thoughts after this latest incident with the Biebs? Would a refund be appropriate compensation for the 20,000 Beliebers left waiting to see their idol? Let us know!