Justin Bieber At Manchester University To Party With Students - Surprise!


When Justin Bieber sets out to party, he parties hard. And unsuspectingly, he does so during a Manchester University student night.

The popstar gate crashes and gave Manchester University students the time of their lives. They were totally not expecting the pop icon to visit one of their club nights.

During a regular student club night at Tiger Tiger on Tuesday, Justin Bieber took over the DJ booth and gave the students the time of their lives, cites Standard.

Just a few days ago, the singer was in the news after storming off stage at Manchester Arena. And for some reason, he wants to make amends to his fans by showing up unexpectedly. At Manchester Arena, reports indicated that he stormed off the stage because he felt the crowd was too noisy or loud. But Bieber smashed those reports by saying he simply wanted to connect with his fans.

Taboo Tuesdays at Tiger Tiger would never be the same again after that Bieber experience.

Those who were at the venue noted that he walked in with his entourage a little after midnight. Talk about a surprise. He was with about 20 people, according to onlookers. And he hung out with some members of the Manchester Hockey team.

Whats more is that he surprised his fans with two brand new tracks. And he even took his time on the dance floor, too. Of course, the students could not contain their emotions. They were obviously trying to keep it in but they couldn't after Justin Bieber started dishing out tracks at the DJ Booth. Will the students even remember what happened last night?

Twitter feeds went wild on Tuesday night. And the next morning, some Manchester University students took their sentiments online. One student even mentioned that he was too drunk to remember or see him at the venue.
He left after 3:00 AM by the fire exit. For these Manchester University students, it was a party like no other.

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