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David Cameron auctions off Justin Bieber at Tory fundraiser

A meeting with Justin Bieber has been auctioned for £10,000 at a Conservative Party fundraising event.

The Sun reports that British Prime Minister David Cameron included the prize - which amounts to four fans meeting the superstar in London - as part of the Tories' Black and White Party auction, which raises money for election campaigns.

The meeting, which will take place at London's O2 Arena in March, was snapped up for a cool a £10,000.

However, it is said Bieber is unaware of the auction and could object if he deems it necessary.

A spokeswoman for Universal Music UK said that the 'Boyfriend' star "wouldn't expect to be informed" about who received the passes.

The lot's information meanwhile read: "The four golden ticket holders will get the chance to go backstage to meet face-to-face with the gorgeous teen heart-throb."

Watch Justin Bieber promote his upcoming Saturday Night Live appearance below:


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