Bieber fever has gripped Australian teenage girls once again, but are they too much for the 18-year-old pop star?
After performing to an ear-splitting crowd of thousands on Sunrise today, and getting ambushed by a crazed fan while taping the Australia's Got Talent finale yesterday, Justin Bieber took a moment with TheFIX's Kylie Speer today to reveal his true feelings about the behaviour of fans down under.
"It's hard for me to come here because you guys are on the other side of the world, so when I come here they're just, like, aggressive, and they run everywhere to try to get to my car and stuff," he told TheFIX.
"It's really awesome, just the passion that they have is really incredible, to have that much passion over something is really good."
In town to promote his new album Believe, the 'Boyfriend' singer also told us how he picks girls to be in his music video (pay attention, Beliebers, you could be next!).
Beliebers should get their lungs ready for another round of screaming the Biebs is bringing his tour to our shores.
"The Believe tour is definitely going to come to Australia," he said. "Beware, because it's going to be the biggest show ever. Swaggy!"
Yep, that Justin's a big boy now. Watch the full interview above.
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