Tweed's biggest Bieber fan Kiarah Anderson with her shrine to the signer in her room in Cabarita. Photo: Blainey Woodham / Daily News
Tweed's biggest Bieber fan Kiarah Anderson with her shrine to the signer in her room in Cabarita. Photo: Blainey Woodham / Daily News Blainey Woodham

Justin Bieber fan will never say never

KIARAH Anderson-Wilkins, 13, of Cabarita, had just one wish - to see Justin Bieber.

But sadly that was not to be. She missed out on tickets to this week's Brisbane concerts.

"I was so upset," she said. "I cried."

And to make matters worse, her best friend Nekkena Carriage, 13, did get tickets. She saw him perform on Wednesday night. But Kiarah isn't bitter, instead she is looking to the future in the hope the Bieb may one day return to Australia.

A hard-core fan for at least three years, Kiarah said it was the strong beats, great lyrics and riveting film clips which drew her into the music.

But it's not just that, he is an inspiration, she says.

"On January 7th he cancelled a concert to go see a seven-year-old girl with leukemia," Kiarah said.

This was an example of his selflessness, she said.

Bieber thrilled fans when he performed in Brisbane on Tuesday and Wednesday nights as part of his eight date Believe tour.

On Monday the 19-year-old superstar was spotted in various locations on the Gold Coast and on Wednesday he was photographed on the beach in Byron Bay.



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