Bieber To Turn On Christmas Lights In London
Thursday, 27 October 2011
Justin Bieber will turn on the Christmas lights at two Westfield shopping centres in London.
'Beliebers' - fans of the Canadian singing superstar - will be counting down the days until he appears at the London shopping complexes on November 7.
Although the event is a fortnight away, London apartments could soon be packed to the rafters with fans of the Baby singer, who has sold millions of albums worldwide.
Bieber will first take to the stage at the Shepherd's Bush shopping centre, performing new song Mistletoe and three others. Around 10,000 people are expected to attend what is being billed as one of the most eagerly anticipated events in London this year.
The teenage singer will then be taken across town to turn on the Christmas lights at the Westfield Stratford City shopping centre, with the event coming ahead of a fireworks display over the Olympic Park.
Bieber will take to the stage once again to bring some festive cheer to his many fans, before meeting children from the Teenage Cancer Trust.
If that is not enough to please the 'Beliebers', the star will also spend time with 100 lucky fans backstage. He will, however, have a tricky job outdoing pop princess Rihanna, who turned on the lights at the Westfield centre last year.
Meanwhile, London Westfield has been voted as being the UK's best standalone shopping centre by Venuescore, a retail and e-commerce consultancy.
The shopping complex beat the likes of Bluewater, Meadowhall and the Trafford Centre to the title, which was judged by rating a range of attributes including market position, age focus, tourist orientation, fashionability and food service.
Westfield Stratford, meanwhile, finished in a credible sixth place. Its position is expected to improve in the coming months as its remaining vacant units are filled during the run-up to Christmas.
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