Justin Bieber Performs for Fiancée Hailey Baldwin at Buckingham Palace

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From sold out arenas to British Landmarks, Justin Bieber sure knows how to put on a show. However, this time, Bieber was not playing for his devoted fans, but for his fiancé, Hailey Baldwin. As Biebs sat outside Buckingham Palace, perched on the edge of a waterfall, he pulled out his trusty guitar and began serenading away.

People in London were completely in shock, as they saw cars stopping in the road and the crowd getting bigger and bigger by the second, for some random boy. However, after a while of hearing his familiar voice, people who were admiring the Palace, began admiring Biebs, as he was singing ever so sweetly to his love. Justin Bieber is probably one of the most famous celebrities in the world, but many people didn’t even notice that it was him, as he rocked up in a pink hoodie and some shorts, which made him fit in with the average public. Many fans have also pointed out how similar all of this was to when Justin first started singing and used to busk outside a little theatre in London, Canada. We get this is a much bigger venue than that, but still, it’s pretty impressive that he did this.

Even I’m in shock at how this looks. It’s so stripped back and normal, it’s not like Bieber at all. It’s clear he’s very loved up with Hailey, and people across social media have said how the couple are the true definition of love, as nobody else would do this for their fiancés…



Especially considering how famous Bieber is, this could’ve got out of hand very quickly and become very dangerous.

Seriously, can you imagine just walking through the streets of London and suddenly you’re getting a concert from Justin Bieber for FREE? Ugh, my bank account is crying over the thought of all the money I’ve spent on his tours and these people got to see him for free – jealousy is an understatement right now.

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