Hundreds of girls fill Azrieli mall to see Justin Bieber

July 8, 2010 15:48


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A mob of hundreds of young female Israeli teens gathered at the Azrieli mall in Tel Aviv on Thursday at the reported sighting of international pop star Justin Bieber.

Bieber was recently in the news for an internet contest that allowed fans to vote for which country Bieber should add as a stop on his first headlining international tour. Israel was the runner-up in the votes after North Korea pulled through at the last moment to win the contest.

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