VIDEOS: Justin Bieber visits and show for typhoon victims in the Philippines

justin bieber show for typhoon victimsJustin Bieber strives to help charities and humanitarian causes, and has recently been lending its support of all forms to raise funds for typhoon victims Yolanda, devastated and made ​​millions of victims in the Philippines. In addition to its efforts with the campaign in partnership with Prizeo, which has grossed more than $600 thousand dollars, the Canadian star of 19 years found a way to still ask for more attention to supporting victims of Typhoon Yolanda and on Tuesday (10), landed in the capital Manila , to show your support closely, with a benefit concert at a community school in the city of Tacloban .

According to Justin, the visit and presentation was also a special way to end the Believe tour, and the singer could not find a more beautiful way to reciprocate with their sensitivity and generosity to the needy. Check out photos, videos and all the details of the first hour of the star in the country :





Pop star Justin Bieber arrived in the country on Tuesday (10), as part of its efforts to help raise funds for the victims of typhoon “Yolanda”.

Bieber arrived in a private plane that landed at a private hangar near the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 2.

Airport sources said that Bieber arrived around 7:10 a.m. and immigration records also confirmed the arrival of the singer.

Before his arrival, Bieber was busy promoting the campaign “GiveBackPhilippines” on Twitter, which aims to raise $1 million for the victims of Typhoon Yolanda.

Bieber said that those who make donations will get a chance to be with him next year as he writes new songs in the studio.

“Hey guys – here is Justin and I want to talk about the typhoon victims in the Philippines Yolanda Your need our help -.. They need now and is why I decided to partner with Prizeo to raise vital funds for this distress .

I’m doing something I had never done before: with just a small donation, you will be automatically entered for a chance to meet me in the studio early next year and see me record some new songs. I’ll bring you and a friend to join me in Los Angeles, from anywhere you are in the world. Will be amazing. Not only that, but at each level of donation you will receive guaranteed rewards, as well as more chances to win the grand prize. This is something I had never done before, and I’m very excited to go out with one of my Beliebers, ” said Bieber.

Last month, Bieber went to Instagram to share a photo of a graffiti, the Canadian superstar drew attention in the legend to fans raise funds for the survivors of Typhoon “Yolanda” in the Philippines.

The photo showed the singer of 19 years, posing similar to the design of hands folded in prayer form. The figure was surrounded with the words “Pray for the Philippines” and “JB” , the initials of the heartthrob.

Entitled with the caption “We can all help” , the picture had over 660,000 tanned and 12,000 comments.

According to a report published in the American news website TMZ, art was part of a campaign to raise funds for typhoon victims in Visayas.

“The plan is to auction the spray cans, an autographed photo and donate the money to a support group for victims of the typhoon in the Philippines,” the report said.

Citing a source, the report also noted that Bieber “want to” get involved “in efforts to rebuild the Philippines and this is the first step.” – According to Raoul waits.

Besides the tour, the singer had other plans for his visit to the country devastated by the typhoon, and after finalizing the Believe Tour in Australia, December 8, left them puzzled Bieber fans after a tweet which said, “We do not it hit the # believetour over. Incredible journey. Thanks for all the memories. But I still have one more show to do, I have to finish right, ” ( here ), but on Tuesday (10), a few hours before heading to Tacloban city most affected by the typhoon, Justin made ​​it clear what the show was referring a benefit performance for the community. Check out the tweet of the star:












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