Justin Bieber and some members of his team put out several positive statements about how the day would be fun and amazing through the microblog Twitter, and it was clear they were preparing something special. Later, it was discovered that it was all part of a huge surprise made in honor of a Belieber, Kate O’Neill , the same could realize the dream of knowing the idol, and with the right to attend a private acoustic show in Melbourne in Australia.
For those not familiar with the story of Kate , a young man suffered a serious car accident recently and is still in recovery. Therefore, the fan who would show in the Believe Tour in his country last December 2, to meet Canadian, was unable to accomplish his dream after a serious accident. Check out a picture of the accident here .
The story of Kate touched other Beliebers who helped via Twitter until Justin and his team learned of this and decided to make a surprise, and she finally had a break from the hospital where she is recovering, to give the presentation that Justin did especially for her. The acoustic concert took place on Wednesday (04), and few people were invited for the same, in which Bieber sang accompanied only by her guitarist Dan Kanter. Check out a video of Kate alongside Justin to during this amazing show: Watch The Video!
Justin Bieber has found his ultimate fan. Tricia Matibag has been named the winner of Bieber’s VMA red-carpet shout-out competition. And the high school student couldn’t be more excited by the chance to have the teen sensation give her a holler when he graces the carpet at the VMAs tonight.
“I was so happy! I called my best friend because she is, like, a fan. She was just at my house and I was screaming really loud,” she said. “I love him and it made my whole entire year.”Matibag lives in Ottawa, Ontario, and found out about the competition through (what else?) Bieber’s Twitter page. “It started off me talking about just a guy and then how incredible he is, and I said, ‘Can you guess who it is?’ ” she explained, describing her video submission. “And then after that I explained why I am such a big fan.”Matibag admits that she wasn’t completely sure she’d win. “Well, I didn’t know what they were looking for. I just tried my best ’cause I really wanted to win,” she said. “But I wasn’t exactly sure. I never thought, ‘Oh, I am going to win.’ ”
Once Bieber steps out there and says her name, she’s pretty sure it will be “life-changing.” “That will be amazing and life-changing. I know I sound obsessed, but I am just a big fan,” she said. “It means a lot [to win]. There’s no words to describe it. I was, like, shaking [when I heard].”Matibag said she became a fan of the pop singer through Facebook. “I was looking at my friend’s profile on Facebook in June and saw his music video, and ever since then I’ve been a huge fan,” she said. “I love that he’s just a normal guy that came from Canada like me and his dream came true. Also he’s really cute and an amazing singer.”The 10th-grader added that even though she may have found him through her friend, her own efforts have made Bieber a household name among the students at her school. “Well, mostly just the girls,” she said. “But actually most of them heard about him through me ’cause I am just really obsessed with him.”