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23 April 2012, 15:54 | Updated: 23 April 2012, 16:38
The 'Boyfriend' singer has touched down in the UK ready to promote his upcoming album 'Believe'.
Justin Bieber was mobbed by an army of his biggest fans while arriving into London today (23rd April).
The 'Never Say Never' singer landed at Heathrow Airport this afternoon where he was greeted by a large group of fans, many of whom were seen in tears at the presence of the 18 year-old star.
"Wow. Airport was crazy getting to London!" Justin tweeted after his arrival. "All worth it for my beliebers. Some people always tryna ruin it for the fans. Not today Swaggy."
Justin's trip to the UK comes fresh off the announcement that the 'Boyfriend' singer will be performing alongside the likes of Katy Perry, The Wanted and Usher at the Capital FM Summertime Ball 2012 on 9th June.
Check out a photo of Justin Bieber arriving at Heathrow below (picture: PA):
Justin Bieber is set to release his second studio album 'Believe' on 19th June.
Meanwhile, Justin's labelmate Carly Rae Jepsen has spoken to Capital FM about her new collaboration with the star.
"Justin and I worked on a duet together the first day that we met, so there's potential for that song. Although nothing's been set in stone at this point," she said.
"It's kind of just a really chilled song actually," Carly teased. "He wrote it, so all the credit for its writing goes to him, but I guess you'll have to wait and see!"
View our full gallery of Justin Bieber's arrival into London today below: