Justin Bieber Joined By Usher And Carly Rae Jepsen At Summertime Ball 2012

9 June 2012, 21:48 | Updated: 9 June 2012, 22:56

The 'Baby' star had the Wembley Stadium crowd screaming throughout his set in front of 80,000 fans.

Justin Bieber performed a triumphant set at Capital FM's Summertime Ball 2012 tonight (9th June).

The 'One Time' singer arrived on stage sporting a studded black leather vest and union jack vest as the 80,000 in attendance erupted upon his arrival.

As he performed opening song 'Somebody To Love' he screamed: "London, how are you feeling? I'm so happy to be back here at the Capital FM ball."

The teen star was making his second appearance at the event and performed a truly energetic set as he showcased some of his best moves.

Just before he performed global smash 'Baby' he teased: "I Have a big question to ask everybody tonight, who wants to be my baby?"

He slowed things down with a performance of new song 'Die In Your Arms' from his forthcoming album 'Believe' backed with just an acoustic guitar player.

He then dedicated 'Turn To You' for his mum – the song he released on US Mother's Day earlier this year and asked "are there any single girls" before launching into 'One Last Lonely Girl'.

During the track he brought on a fun and gave her a bunch of roses as he serenaded the lucky star on stage.

He then introduced his signed artist Carly Rae Jepsen to the stage dressed in a sparkly silver dress as she performed her Vodafone Big Top 40 single 'Call Me Maybe'.

The star finished his set with the single 'Never Say Never' - where he was joined by Usher for a touching moment and climaxed with latest release 'Boyfriend' as the crowd screamed long after he finished performing.

Justin Bieber's Summertime Ball set-list was as follows:

'Somebody To Love'
'All Around The World'
'Die In Your Arms'
'Turn To You'
'One Less Lonely Girl'
'Never Say Never'

Other acts who performed at the event included opening act Coldplay, Jessie J and Ed Sheeran.

Capital FM is coming live from the Summertime Ball at London's Wembley Stadium on 9th June.

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