Teenage heartthrob Justin Beiber will be performing at London's O2 Arena this March.
It has been confirmed that the singer will play three dates at the central London venue and tickets are set to sell out quickly as fans seek to see hits such as Baby, Boyfriend, and One less Lonely Girl performed live.
Beiber was discovered at the age of just 13, when one of his YouTube videos was seen by R and B singer Usher, who instantly signed the teen up to a record deal.
Success then followed with Beiber's first single, One Time, reaching the top 20 in charts around the world. A debut EP, My World, was released in November 2009 and handed the singer further success, reaching the top five in the US, UK, and his home country of Canada.
The first full-length album My World 2.0 quickly followed in March 2010, debuting at number one in US billboard charts.
So far, Beiber has sold around 15 million records worldwide, with eight million sales in the US alone. He has also managed to perform at some of the world's top venues and has sung for American president Barack Obama.
The singer will be performing at London's O2 arena between 4th and 7th March. Tickets start at £57.25 and anyone hoping to attend should book their central London hotels as soon as possible.
London's O2 arena has held the title of the world's busiest indoor area since 2001 and is also home to an 11-screen cinema, a 2,410 capacity live music club for smaller events and a two-storey exhibition space known as the O2 Bubble.