Justin Bieber returned home to Canada for a show in Toronto on Monday night and he made one fan’s concert experience a night she’ll never forget.
The singer took the stage at the Danforth Music Hall for “An Acoustic Evening With Justin Bieber” to benefit the Stratford House of Blessing, a food bank non-profit in Stratford, Ontario whose services were used by Bieber’s mother, Patty, when he was growing up. The singer performed some new songs like “What Do You Mean?” and his interpretation of Drake’s “Hotline Bling,” but also threw it back with a few of his old-school hits.
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Bieber also continued his tradition of bringing one lucky fan on stage to serenade during his ballad “One Less Lonely Girl.” Even better, it seems it was the fan’s 16th birthday.
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The fan was definitely a true “Belieber,” growing overwhelmed with emotion as she embraced the singer and sat onstage while he sang to her.
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After the show, the lucky fan took to Twitter to totally freak out, writing in one tweet, “@justinbieber I love u more than anything. Supporting you for 7 years PAID OFF. im eternally grateful god bless you.”
The Biebs seemed more than thrilled to be back onstage as he prepares for his upcoming Purpose tour, telling the Toronto crowd, "I think this is the best crowd I've ever been a part of."
"I'm having a great time up here tonight," the singer told more than 1,500 screaming fans. "You guys are special, very special.”
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