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Justin Bieber shows he’s no 'Baby' on wild night in Dublin after O2 Arena gig

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Bieber pictured in a Dublin Club


Justin Bieber celebrated the opening night of his European “Believe” tour in Dublin with a night out on the town. Relishing the chance to order booze legally, his table ordered bottles of Jack Daniels and Grey Goose vodka at the Grafton Lounge and Everleigh Gardens on Harcourt Street.

Bieber and his entourage were unwinding in town after a sell-out gig down the river at the O2 Arena. The young star and a 30-strong entourage claimed the VIP sections in both clubs.

A source to the Evening Herald told, “He was flanked by a team of six burly security guards and arrived in a fleet of Mercedes and Range Rover jeeps. Justin stayed till about 1am in the Grafton Lounge before he was whisked off to Everleigh Gardens where he stayed for a good while. He was in flying form, he was even up dancing at one stage and looked like he was having a ball.”

The last time Bieber toured in Ireland he wasn’t old enough to go out on the town and enjoy himself. Although his mom did venture out to Lilly’s Bordello but Bieber was left at home at the Powerscourt Ritz Carlton.

But don’t fear, Bieber and his crew didn’t head out on an empty stomach. He ordered $800 worth of Nando’s chicken before he went on stage, including of PERi-PERi Chicken Wings, Burgers, Wraps, Pittas and sides from Nando's on Mary's Street according to RTE.

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