Justin Bieber knows how to rile up a crowd. According to local reports, Bieber had to narrow a show down to one song due to a crowd surge, resulting in injuries, while in Sydney, Australia Monday. Sources say a crowd of thousands camped out for Bieber’s first appearance on Australia’s ‘Sunrise’ morning show, later ‘forcing a crowd surge’ at 2am, with incidents throughout the night causing injuries and leaving at least ten girls cared for by paramedics following ‘fainting spells’. While Bieber was set to perform a number of songs at an outdoor venue booked for his appearance, he ended up performing “Baby” to reportedly “calm fans down”. After the performance Beiber told fans to head home, later tweeting “I am just as disappointed as everyone else with the news from this morning. I want to sing for my fans.” This is not Bieber’s first experience with a crowd surge and injured fans as a result. In November of 2009, a Long Island, New York mall appearance ended with a number of fans seeking medical attention. His manager, Scott (Scooter) Braun is facing charges related to that incident.
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