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Justin performed a last minute concert in the city of Tacloban in the Philippines earlier today to raise funds for typhoon victims. He sang some of his songs, some Christmas songs, and even sang happy birthday to someone. see more videos and pics


From ABS-CBNNews.com:

Pop superstar Justin Bieber has arrived in the country (Philippines) on Tuesday, as part of his efforts to help raise funds for victims of super typhoon “Yolanda (Haiyan)”.

Bieber arrived via a private plane, which landed at a private hangar near Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 2.

Airport sources said Bieber arrived around 7:10 a.m. Immigration records also confirmed the singer’s arrival.

Before his arrival, Bieber was busy promoting on Twitter his “GiveBackPhilippines” campaign which aims to raise $1 million for the victims of typhoon Yolanda.

Bieber said that those who will make donations will get a chance to hang out with him next year as he records new songs.

Justin will be performing a show there with the proceeds going towards victims relief. Donations can be made at Prizeo for a chance to spend a day in the studio with JB.


Justin recorded a personal message for Catalina Sanhueza after finding out she could not attend the meet and greet in Chile set up by Make-A-Wish because she was hospitalized.


A video of Justin’s trip to Solola to help Pencils of Promises build a school in Guatemala back on Oct 28.

Justin said of the trip:

“This experience changed my life forever. It isn’t about me, it’s about the kids, plain and simple. I’m sharing this story in hopes that the world will help me end the education crisis. I hope I can use my reach to change these kids’ lives in return.” – Justin Bieber


A collection of 39 songs donated by various artists to help raise relief funds for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan went on sale this Monday. Justin has donated his song ‘I Would’ from the Believe Acoustics album to the cause.

Thousands were killed, injured and displaced by Typhoon Haiyan earlier this month and officials have struggled to keep up with humanitarian aid demands.

The album which is titled “Songs for the Philippines” is available on iTunes.


justin-bieber-argentina-buenos-aires-2013-3justin-bieber-argentina-buenos-aires-2013-1justin-bieber-argentina-buenos-aires-2013-2Justin set some time aside at his meet and greet to meet some sick kids of Make-A-Wish in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The Make-A-Wish Foundation grants wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions to better their life with hope, strength, and joy.


As part of his mission as an ambassador for Pencils of Promises, Justin flew into Solola Guatemala to take part in the building of a school that the charity had help build. And to say that this experience touched him is an understatement. It was life changing.

In his own hards, Justin tells us how it felt for him to see people who have nothing be so happy.

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