Bieber greeted by teen mob in New Zealand

Justin Bieber fever spread to New Zealand overnight, with a mob of teen girls amassing at Auckland International Airport to greet the Canadian pop sensation.

An estimated 1,000-strong crowd of chanting, frenzied teen girls flooded into the airport’s arrival hall Monday night after a Twitter post from Bieber’s account noted, “New Zealand we are coming!”

The Stratford, Ont.-born entertainer landed shortly prior to midnight local time and, though he attempted to quietly exit through a side door, the teen throng noticed him and broke by way of security barriers to chase after the 16-year-old, according to New Zealand media.

Nonetheless, a waiting car quickly whisked him away from the squealing teens.

Bieber, who recently released his second album, My World 2.0, is to spend just one day in New Zealand.

He is slated to perform in studio for local network C4′s show Choose Live and also in the Auckland suburb of Papakura at Strathallan School, which won the concert in a radio station contest.     – Source

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