Lucky Sophie on the highs and lows of loving Justin Bieber

Sophie Kelly feels such as the “luckiest girl in Australia” following getting to meet her idol, Canadian singing star Justin Bieber.

But she is angry at the “mob” who ruined his live display by receiving out of control early nowadays.

The 13-year-old Sydney student had a six-day epic race across Europe to discover an airport not closed by volcanic ash immediately after she got news she was one of four teens selected to meet the 16-year-old Canadian singer.

Yesterday afternoon, her dream arrived true.

“We had been taken upstairs into this room at Universal Studios where Xboxes were being set up. Everyone was just so anxious to determine Justin as additional and more men and women ended up coming by means of the elevator,” Sophie explained.

“Justin came out on his skateboard and he just skateboarded for five metres and came off and says ‘Hi y’all’ in his Canadian accent truly loudly.

“It was so cute.”

Bieber was quick to thank his fans, working the room as he hugged them, took photographs and signed autographs.

“We only got half an hour with him,” Sophie stated.

“He played Xbox and he played this NBA game and Guitar Hero. He was truly excellent at Guitar Hero and he was on the extreme level.”

Early this morning, Sophie continued her Biebermania, joining thousands at the Overseas Passenger Terminal at Circular Quay about 5am for the singer’s only Australian concert.

But as the crowd of screaming fans surged ahead in waves as they waited for Bieber to appear, girls near the front with the stage had been crushed and organisers and police cancelled the indicate.

“Everybody was just shoving and pushing forward. They had two massive screens out and they began to play Justin Bieber songs and everyone started out cheering and pushing forward more,” Sophie explained.

Emcee Mike Goldman, a former Big Brother host, came on stage to warn the crowd the show would be cancelled if they did not take two steps back and stop pushing.

“But he was acting such as the complete point was a joke, and he kept on adding Justin Bieber points in there and so individuals just kept on screaming and pushing forward additional.”

By the time the concert was cancelled, the fans had turned into an angry “mob”, Sophie said.

“People have been furious. It was a mob … a riot was happening down there.

“Everybody waited there for another hour, screaming ‘Justin Bieber, Justin Bieber’ and hate messages to Sunrise mainly because everybody was so annoyed.

“Eventually the police managed to scatter everyone and so the complete crowd moved up to Martin Location and everyone was screaming outside Sunrise wanting Justin to come.”

The chaotic scenes continued outside the Channel Seven studios as Bieber tweeted to say he would perform 1 song there.

About 5000 girls packed into Martin Place, which turned into a mosh pit, hoping to find out the star by means of the glass windows from the street-level studio.

Sophie said she “couldn’t breathe” when she went into the mosh pit with her friends.

“There ended up so a lot of folks pushing you forward. And then the whole point started out to sway.

“People at either ends were being falling above on top of each other. And persons who fell over were trampled.

“They couldn’t get up again since others had been taking up their space trying to get a glimpse of Justin Bieber.”

Sophie explained she was above her disappointment that she had to share her half an hour with Bieber yesterday with 20 other people following this morning’s mad crush.

“After today, when nobody got to determine Justin, I feel such as the luckiest girl in Australia.”     - Source

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