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Justin Bieber takes a ride on Queenstown’s Shotover Jet

Woman's Day logo Woman's Day 20/03/2017
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He thrilled Auckland fans at his Purpose Tour concert over the weekend, but pop superstar Justin Bieber looked to be having some fun of his own during a trip to Queenstown, where he was pictured on the Shotover Jet with pals.

Donning a rain jacket and life vest over his white jumper, the ‘Sorry’ singer could be seen taking in the scenery as he sat on the jet with his buddies.

Justin, 23, was seen flying into the picturesque South Island town on Sunday in his own private jet, after wrapping up a concert for thousands of enthusiastic fans at Auckland’s Mt Smart stadium on Saturday night.

Justin Bieber was pictured on the Shotover Jet with pals in Queenstown. © Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd Justin Bieber was pictured on the Shotover Jet with pals in Queenstown.

On touchdown in Queenstown, he was reportedly picked up at the airport and taken to The Hills lodge, an exclusive resort and golf course in Arrowtown that costs a whopping $32,250 per night during the high season from August to June.

This isn’t the first time the popstar has visited Kiwi shores, having toured here in 2010, 2013 and in 2015 for a radio station promotion.

His visit comes after he hit headlines for off-stage antics while in Australia, where he played several shows as part of his Purpose World Tour. In Melbourne, he was filmed telling a fan “you make me sick” after she attempted to snap a selfie with him as he was making his way back to his car.

The 23-year-old could be seen taking in the picturesque scenery from the Shotover Jet. © Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd The 23-year-old could be seen taking in the picturesque scenery from the Shotover Jet.


Splash zone! The popstar's boat ride takes a thrilling turn. © Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd Splash zone! The popstar's boat ride takes a thrilling turn.

He also reportedly partied with “hand-picked models” who had signed nondisclosure agreements on a boat in Melbourne, according to The Daily Telegraph.

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However, Justin’s New Zealand visit proved to be smoother sailing, with Wakatipu High School student Nell Watherston, 14, telling Stuff she saw him twice, once in Auckland and once in Arrowtown, where he stopped to talk with about 60 fans who had been waiting an hour to catch a glimpse of him.

“He said, ‘Hi girls, how are you?’” she told the media outlet.

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“We apologised for interfering but he said, ‘Don’t be sorry for something you haven’t done.’”

Justin’s next Purpose World Tour stop is in Santiago, Chile, on March 23.

<p>Justin Bieber has spent the past nine years of his life in the spotlight, starting at age 14. That about covers his formative adolescent years, which is a difficult stage in life for anyone, let alone someone whose every move and young-love fling is being documented by the media.</p><p>Bieber, who turns 23 today, hasn’t had it easy, but he has managed to sell an estimated 100 million records over the course of his career so far. That makes him one of the world’s best-selling music artists of all time — and that’s a pretty remarkable accomplishment.</p><p>But Bieber’s catchy hits aren’t the only thing that's earned him his A-list status. He’s also found himself the object of Beatles-level hysteria, thanks to his adoring fanbase of diehard Beliebers. No matter his hair color — or his occasionally questionable aesthetic choices — his Beliebers are always behind him. And the singer has indeed changed up his look countless times over the years, from the side-swept bangs of his early fame to today’s more grown-up vibe.</p><p>Consider this something of a Bieber beauty retrospective — a tribute to his trademark fringe, those platinum days, and everything in-between.</p> How Justin Bieber's Beauty Look Went From Baby To Total Badass

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