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7 November 2011, 15:12
Hundreds of Beliebers have swamped the shopping centres in East and West London.
Justin Bieber fans have been queuing for hours for a chance to watch the singer turn on the Christmas lights at the Westfield shopping centres in London.
The 'Baby' singer is due to switch on the lights at Westifled Shepherd's Bush and Westfield Stradford, before performing at both events.
Fans began arriving at the shopping centre in Shepherd's Bush from around 4am this morning – over 12 hours before Justin is due to take to the stage.
Speaking to Capital FM, one excited Justin Bieber fan said: "Curtains have now been put up around the stage and fans have been shepherded inside before the show starts."
Many fans have turned up with Justin Bieber signs, while another fan was spotted with "I love Justin Bieber" written on her cheeks.
Justin will perform tracks from his forthcoming Christmas album 'Under The Mistletoe' at the switch ons.
The teenager will also be joined by children from the Teenage Cancer Trust, which is Westfield’s chosen Christmas charity.
'Under The Mistletoe' is out now.