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18 July 2012, 10:49 | Updated: 18 July 2012, 11:33
The 'Never Say Never' star performing in front of thousands of fans yesterday in Sydney.
Justin Bieber turned the tables on his adoring fans ahead a performance in Sydney yesterday when he started taking pictures of them instead, before taking to the stage to promote his new album 'Believe'.
The 'Boyfriend' singer arrived in Australia over the weekend to promote his third studio offering, and landed in Sydney yesterday ready for a short performance on the popular Australian morning show Sunrise.
Justin dressed down in baggy blue jacks and a black leather jacket while he belted out recent hits like 'All Around The World', 'Boyfriend' and his new single 'As Long As You Love Me'.
"This is why I love coming to Australia," Justin told the thousands of fans in attendance during his performance.
"That was incredible," Justin later tweeted. "Thanks to all the fans that came out to @sunriseon7 - had to keep singing for you guys. too much fun.
"But now…IM TIRED> but I love u Australia. gonna meet with some special kids right now."
Earlier today footage emerged from Justin's brand new cover shoot for Rolling Stone magazine, which sees the 18 year-old pop star posing on the beach in a variety of summer outfits.
View a picture of Justin Bieber papping his fans while staying in Sydney this week below (Credit: Barcroft):
The 'Never Say Never' star's music video for new single 'As Long As You Love Me' is expected to premiere within the next few wees.
Justin's visit to Australia and New Zealand this week is expected to be his final stop promoting 'Believe' before he launches his latest world tour in September.
View a picture of Justin Bieber in Australia ahead of a live performance this week below: