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Madison Square Garden in 22 - Bieber's concert anniversary

Bieber fans worldwide are celebrating the one-year anniversary of Justin Bieber's concert at Madison Square Garden. The concert, which became the subject of 3-D documentary Never Say Never, was a phenomenal success, selling out of tickets in 22 minutes. According to a review in the New York Times, the "entirely self-made" teen idol was a cool professional: "He’s not cheerful; he’s game."  

The show, which included appearances by Usher and Miley Cyrus, is one of the largest and most successful concerts in the pop music history. 

In a concert highlight, Bieber pulled a star-struck fan on stage to present her with flowers, crooning to her: “I’ll show you what you’re worth.”

Surrounded by adoring fans, he later asked, “You want to get close to me?” as he stepped into a heart-shaped cage and floated above the frenzied crowd. “Who wants to be Justin Bieber’s girlfriend?” his D.J. asked later in the show. 

Apparently, millions of girls and women around the world, despite the presence of Bieber's current girlfriend Selena Gomez. For more about the epic concert by Canada's most loved and reviled cultural export, click here. 

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