'Justin Bieber: All Around the World': 'It's like what the Beatles went through'



NBC aired an hour-long special Wednesday night (June 20) called "Justin Bieber: All Around the World," which followed pop superstar Justin Bieber on a world tour as he made appearances and put on concerts promoting his new album, "Believe."

Part of the filming included the "Justin Cam," a handheld camera that Bieber himself carried around. The footage of the screaming girls bombarding his car in the streets and running alongside it and shrieking and crying - wow, that was alarming.

He compares it to what the Beatles went through and however you feel about his music versus the Beatles, it cannot be denied that the female reaction is like the footage we've seen of the Beatles invasion of the 1960s.

In one country, they chase after him on boats, screaming and crying. It's the craziest thing.

In London, Bieber brings his new buddy Carly Rae Jepsen on stage to perform her new hit song "Call Me Maybe." She isn't quite the live performer that Bieber is, but she'll get there.

Did you watch the first part of Bieber's special? Part II airs Thursday night, June 21 on NBC.

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