Look at how outraged these Brits were.
And he clearly doesn't realize his fan base is 90% pre-teens, who -
a) usually go to bed at 9pm or earlier
b) don't have their own money to pay the outrageous ticket prices (ie. parents pay)
c) have to drag parents along with them, meaning double the expense
Does he not know that Brits are a punctual people? Some of these punctual parents, conscious of the need to get said pre-teens up for school next day, had to leave before the Bieber-god even entered stage-
Major crotch pain or what?
Clearly he hasn't read my book, nor have any of his, so-called "advisors". Justin baby, ditch your quote unquote "advisors" - next time you tour the UK, I can help you or, (if I can't fit you in) I can put you in touch with a lot of people who can help you.
So, although Justin missed the punctuality boat this time, other mega-global-pop-icons or whatever the hell you call yourselves, take note -
- British people take deadlines, entrance times and anything in between very seriously. (They won't fight about it, but there will be a lot of passive aggression in the air.)
- They also take kids' bedtimes seriously.
- You might be a demi-god to kids, but to the parents you're just another little snot who's inconveniencing them and worse, upsetting their offspring.
- There will always be a paparazzo nearby to record their outrage and send it viral
As the saying goes, "Time waits for no