Justin Bieber Debuts New Music During Concert In Norway

On Wednesday, Justin Bieber hit the stage in Oslo, Norway for a free show atop the Opera House roof. After the Biebs announced the show on his Twitter, it was only a matter of time before flocks of screaming girls were ready to be a part of the audience. Justin is currently touring overseas hitting seven countries in two weeks. This is all being filmed as part of an NBC special titled “All Around The World” which is set to air June 21.

The singer performed a slew of his hits but also treated fans to two new songs: “All Around The World” and “As Long As You Love Me” – not to be confused of course with the Backstreet Boys track of the same name.

In other Justin news, he recently had an altercation with a glass panel in Paris, France. While backstage during a quick change and crossover, the Biebs collided with a glass panel. The show was put on hold for a few minutes while Bieber recovered from the collision. After a quick rest and some water, he was good to continue on the with the show. He headed to his Twitter after the show to thank his fans for their support after word of the incident travelled fast on the interwebs. Check out a snippet of Justin’s performance from Oslo, Norway below.