A Justin Bieber flash mob in Malaysia showed their love for the mini star by putting on a synchronised performance at the Pavilion in Kuala Lumpur.
Dressed in purple, the Justin Bieber flash mob were part of the general wave of teenage hysteria which greeted the Baby star when he visited as part of his South-East Asian tour.
Watch the Justin Bieber flash mob in Malaysia
However, Bieber, 17, has said that the attention can get overwhelming.
“I’m having such a great time and it’s a little bit crazy to be touring in Asia,” the Grammy-nominated singer said.
Bieber told reporters at a press conference at the Singapore Indoor Stadium yesterday, hours before he played sold-out gig that he had to be careful of his adoring fans.
Justin Bieber fans wait for him before his My World concert on April 19 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium in Singapore
When questioned about why he chose to evade fans who were waiting for him at the Singapore Airport.
“It was a security concern… It wouldn’t have been safe for me,” he said.
“The screams and stuff, I haven’t really got used to that. It’s still crazy to me.
“I love my fans, but I just can’t be put into positions where I’m in danger. Sometimes, the girls get a little crazy and want to just grab me.”
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Last year, Justin Bieber had to cut short an appearance in Australia when a stampede among his fans broke out.
In Jerusalem earlier this month, the singer was reportedly mobbed on arrival to the extent that his sight-seeing plans had to be cancelled.
Girls are moved to tears during a Justin Bieber concert in Tel Aviv, Israel.
In Liverpool last month, two Bieber fans disguised themselves as hotel cleaners, and sneaked into his suite to take photos of “highly personal” items, it was reported. Apparently they were caught by Bieber’s security moments before they climbed into his bed.
Dancing Bieber flash mobs, OK. Stealing his pants, not.