Justin Bieber kills it on stage during London's Hyde Park set
Justin Bieber sent Beliebers wild yesterday (June 2) when he took to the stage at 8pm on the dot to headline London's infamous Hyde Park Festival (BST).
It was the end of the superstar's Purpose World Tour and Bieber made sure he finished his European leg on a triumphant note, performing some of his biggest hits during his 90 minute set, despite feeling run down. Explaining that he was battling a cold, he said:
"I usually use Olbas oil but I've used VapoRub here and now all that stuff is stuck in my nose. I'm having a rough night. Don't judge me."
The 23-year-old opened the show with "Where Are U Now?" before performing impressive acoustic versions on his guitar of "Love Yourself" and "Cold Water".
He also paid tribute to his mentor Usher, with his version of "U Got It Bad," before delighting fans with his own tracks, "Company", "Boyfriend" and "As Long As You Love Me".
However, it was "Baby" which really got the crowd going, before he closed with his chart-topper, "Sorry," as fireworks went off. The only two songs he omitted from his set were his David Guetta collaboration "2U," and his popular summer hit "Despacito".
Before leaving the stage, he said: "It's so awesome to be here, back in the UK, one of my favourite places in the world."
Anne-Marie, Tove Lo, Naughty Boy, Nina Nesbitt and Martin Garrix were all among the support acts.
Celebrities Kevin Spacey, Victoria and Brooklyn Beckham, Dua Lipa, Daisy Lowe, Conor Maynard and Saturdays' Mollie King and Una Healy were all spotted among the audience.
The Killers and Kings of Leon are set to play later this week.
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