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OMG! Justin Bieber Pukes Onstage During A Concert & Later Blames Milk

Submitted by on October 1, 2012 – 9:35 amOne Comment

Looks like Justin Bieber has caught a powerful strain of “Bieber Fever.”

Moments after appearing onstage to sing “Out of Town Girl,” the 18-year-old Canadian pop star threw up during his concert in Glendale, AZ on Saturday. After running offstage two more times, Bieber reappeared and offered his apologies to the crowd.

“Right now, this is really hard because I’m feeling really sick,” Bieber told the cheering crowd. “It’s not a great feeling when you’re throwing up in front of a bunch of people. But, you know, I feel comfortable enough with you, that I can be myself and you don’t judge me. Okay, I wanted to give you my best show ever, so do you mind if I finish it?”

Of course, the crowd cheered loudly and Bieber went on with the show like a pro. Later that night Bieber, who is currently on the road for the 45-city “Believer” tour, took to Twitter to spill the beans (pun intended!) in regards to his onstage barfest.

“Great show. Getting better for tomorrow’s show!!!! Love u,” he wrote to fans on Twitter with an link to an Instagram picture (above) of himself ill in bed.

“And… Milk was a bad choice!” he said referencing the comedic film Anchor Man. “Lol.”

Watch Bieber leave his guts on the dance floor below. Still feel like catching “Bieber Fever”?

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