Justin Bieber tells London crowd to ‘be quiet and listen when I’m talking’

Star kicked off UK tour at O2 Arena

Justin Bieber kicked off his UK tour last night (October 11) at London’s O2 Arena, asking for quiet before one song, telling the crowd to “listen when I’m talking”.

Bieber plays the O2 again tonight, Friday and Saturday (October 12, 14, 15), before heading across the UK and Ireland for dates in Birmingham, Manchester, Sheffield, Glasgow and Dublin. He will then return to London for additional shows in November.

NME‘s Tom Smith reports that before an acoustic rendition of ‘Cold Water’, his chart-topping collaboration with Major Lazer and MØ, Bieber told the audience: “I hope we can all be quiet and listen when I’m talking”.


At one point to joked to the top row of the crowd that “when Jesus comes back, you’ll be the first to go”. He also asked fans what they thought about love and whether he should get corn rows or an afro.

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Bieber played the following songs:

Mark My Words
Where Are Ü Now (Jack Ü cover)
Get Used to It
I’ll Show You
The Feeling
Cold Water (Major Lazer cover)
Love Yourself
Been You
No Sense
Hold Tight
No Pressure
As Long As You Love Me
Let Me Love You (DJ Snake cover)
Life Is Worth Living
What Do You Mean?

At the weekend, Bieber tried to disguise himself in Amsterdam with a fake goatee and wig.