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Justin Bieber Storms Off Stage In Norway After One Song

The Huffington Post The Huffington Post 30/10/2015 Kelly Chen
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Justin Bieber stormed off the stage during a concert in Norway on Thursday, after fans got a little too close for comfort for the pop star. 

"I just need you to get you guys warmed up so -- ay yo, no what are you doing?" Bieber said as devotees reached across the stage to touch the pop star. "Ay, yo, yo, yo, what are you doing? Stop it!" 

"Guys! YO, LISTEN TO ME. Are you listening?!" he shouted.

"Okay, I'm trying to wipe the floor. Give me a second, yo," Bieber continued, as he bent down to wipe the stage, his mood still in check.

At that moment, however, enthusiastic front-row Beliebers reached their hands out again -- but it seems it was a little too much for the pop star. 

"Guys, never mind! I'm done. I'm not doing the show," he said, turning around, and walked off the stage as the screams from his fans grew louder.

He had performed only one song. 

Bieber quickly apologized to his fans, citing lack of sleep and a hectic week in a note on Instagram. 

This comes at a time when the 21-year-old appeared to be on a path to becoming a better man -- even crying during an emotional performance at the Video Music Awards in August. Earlier this week, he dazzled at the MTV Europe Music Awards.

However, just yesterday, Bieber walked out of a radio interview in Madrid, Spain after a DJ allegedly asked for his help making a viral video.

Last year, several schools in Norway decided to postpone exams when officials learned that students would be missing class to attend a Justin Bieber show. 

"The local schools have the responsibility to schedule the local midterms, and if they think there is any reason to change the dates, they have authority to do so," said Norway's education minister, Kristin Halvorsen, in an email to the Associated Press at the time. "We've all been 14-years-old and know that interests can be intense."

Hopefully, Norwegian Beliebers will be as understanding. 

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