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It's official: Teen heartthrob Justin Bieber will be performing in Israel on April 14, after his managers signed a contract with an Israeli production team on Sunday night.
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The Canadian singer was courted by many Israeli agents, including The Peres Center for Peace, but Marcel Abraham, the talent agent recently imported Leonard Cohen, Elton John and Metallica, finally succeeded in convincing Bieber to come.
Price of admission to the Park Hayarkon concert has not yet been set,
but the show is expected to sell 60,000 tickets to see the 16-year-old
with the trendsetting long hair. Bieber is rumored to be netting $1.6
million from the show.
Recently, Bieber's Jewish manager Scooter Braun, said in an interview
that he has taught the singer to say Shema before every performance.