Bieber fever is alive and well in Europe! Justin Bieber put on a stellar show at the Ahoy Stadium in Rotterdam, Netherlands, on Sunday night, wowing his many screaming Dutch fans with hits including "Baby" and "USmile."
Before he hit the stage, the 17-year-old pop star held a press conference where he answered a few burning questions from fans who were, as usual, reduced to tears just by being in his presence.
"Great show Rotterdam, u guys were loud," Justin tweeted after the show. "Now watching March Madness online, we make the time change work!"
It was a busy day for JBiebs. Due to time zone issues, the multi-tasking singer made a video appearance at the Canadian Juno music awards Sunday night, where he sang an amusing duet of Sarah McLaughlin's "I Will Remember You" with the show's host Drake via Skype, and also accepted awards for Best Pop Album and Fan Choice. Accepting his awards via taped video, Biebs thanked his mom for raising him in Canada, and gave a shout out to the Toronto Maple Leafs, shouting "Go Leafs Go!"
When he woke up the next morning, Bieber tweeted, "WHAT?!?! 2 JUNOS!!! #bestmorning" adding, "this is crazy. i made those vids with hopes that we might win and to wake up today and find out!! THANK YOU!!"
Justin's next stop: Paris. Do you think Selena Gomez will join her BF for some romance in the City of Lights?
Check out JBiebs and Drake's duet of ""I Will Remember You"!