Justin Bieber disappointed ‘Beliebers’: Watched his sleep

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Superstar Justin Bieber would rather take care of his beauty sleep – than at a club in Aarhus.

Even though his crew, including the DJ Tay James, had booked a table at the Aarhus night club, Kupé, in connection with the pop legend’s concert at this year’s beautiful party.

And although Justin Bieber is usually present when Tay James gives a DJ set, he was nowhere to be found at the club on Wednesday night.

“He has gone to bed,” said the co-owner of Kupé Aarhus Diocesan Gazette.

Not only had the crew booked a table, they had also asked for 100 of the total of 400 available tickets for the club on the evening in question.

But the remaining 300 tickets were snapped up and 1,200 were on a waiting list when the public were told there was a possibility the Canadian ‘boyfriend’ singer would join the festivities. Because Justin Bieber usually stops by when DJ Tay James plays. At least that’s what the rumors say.

Canadian Justin Bieber closes the beech stages at Smukfest, Skanderborg, on Wednesday 3 August 2022.
Photo: Helle Arensbak

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Earlier, co-owner of Kupé Emil Knudsen stated that he first thought it was a joke when Justin Bieber’s crew booked a table at the club, and therefore asked DJ Tay James to film himself as documentation.

Nevertheless, Justin Bieber’s crew showed up – but without the pop star – and fired up a cool party with a DJ set.

Emil Knudsen did not want to say what it cost to get Justin Bieber’s DJ to play at the club when BT spoke to him, but it was not cheap, he could reveal.

In addition, the crew also had an order list – a so-called rides – with requirements for food and drink. Everything had to be organic – including the booze – and some of that has been difficult for the Aarhusian club owner to obtain. Club owner Emil Knudsen did not want to say what was on the list when BT spoke to him.


The table reserved for Justin Bieber's crew.

The table reserved for Justin Bieber’s crew.
Photo: Coupe

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“What is written in the contract is between me and them. But all in all I think it’s a fair rider. We have experienced a bit of everything over time with different artists,’ he said.

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