Everything Fans Are Hoping To See From Justin Bieber Ahead Of Capital's Jingle Bell Ball With Barclaycard
9 December 2021, 14:01 | Updated: 9 December 2021, 14:27
Justin Bieber is headlining Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball with Barclaycard on Saturday, December 11.
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The pop star is set to perform at The O2 for 16,000 fans on Saturday, December 11, and Beliebers already have high hopes for his performance and everything leading up to it.
From his iconic hits to his interaction with fans on stage, here’s everything fans are hoping to see from the star, as we gear up to host Justin at the #CapitalJBB for the first time since 2015...
Justin Bieber arriving in London
As we get ready for the excitement of JBB, fans are patiently waiting for the green light that Justin has touched down in London.
Taking to Twitter, one fan penned: “I just want to see the words ‘Justin Bieber has arrived in London’.”
Another eager fan wrote: “Where is ‘justin bieber spotted in London, United Kingdom’?”
Safe to say we’re all staring extra hard at each plane that lands!
I just want to see the words ‘Justin Bieber has arrived in London’— S🎄 (@salwrightyy) December 6, 2021
where is “justin bieber spotted in London, United Kingdom”— neelam (@luvinsdrew) December 8, 2021
Justin Bieber singing us into Christmas
Seeing Justin Bieber live and at Christmas time is an absolute dream, right?
Some Beliebers are hoping to hear some of JB’s festive tunes live on Saturday night, with one fan tweeting: "Petition for @justinbieber to sing mistletoe at JBB just so I can see a video of him singing it."
Petition for @justinbieber to sing mistletoe at JBB just so I can see a video of him singing it😭— kels (@itskelsx) December 2, 2021
Hearing hits from Justin’s new album ‘Justice’
One thing that’s almost a guarantee is that we’ll be hearing some new material from Justin.
The superstar dropped his sixth album ‘Justice’ earlier this year and we’ve had his tracks on repeat ever since.
Some major anthems are featured on ‘Justice’ including ‘Hold On’, ‘Peaches’ and ‘Ghost’ - but which will we hear at The O2?
Only a few days until we find out…