Justin Bieber Tasks Magician David Blaine To Work On His 'Believe' World Tour
13 September 2012, 13:03 | Updated: 13 September 2012, 13:19
The 'Boyfriend' singer has promised a spectacle when his new tour launches later this month.
Justin Bieber has revealed he tasked TV magician David Blaine to come up with some "really crazy" ideas for his upcoming 'Believe' world tour.
The 'Never Say Never' singer kicks off his new world jaunt later this month in the US, and says he has been rehearsing in the studio every day in preparation for the mammoth tour.
"I'm looking forward to my tour, it's going to be really crazy," Justin revealed to The Metro this week after his UK arrival. "We have David Blaine working on it!
"My choreographer is inventive and really creative," Justin also teased. "It's cool i get to work with these people.
The 'Boyfriend' singer didn't reveal any of the special effects or stunts that Blaine had been working on for the 'Believe' tour, but tour director recently promised fans it will be like a "big Disneyland ride".
Check out a picture of Justin Bieber performing live in Mexico earlier this year below (Credit: Getty):
Justin arrived back in the UK this week ready to promote his new book Just Getting Started across the country, and was mobbed by an army of fans outside his London hotel yesterday (12th September).
After landing in the UK Capital Justin also met up with One Direction star Niall Horan, after the two bonded over cooking at the MTV VMAs 2012 last week, where they enjoyed a late night jam session at Niall's London flat.
Justin Bieber launches his new 'Believe' world tour in North America this month before bringing it to the UK in February 2013.