Lifestyle & Belief

Justin Bieber fans make 2,000 phone calls to his London hotel


Musician Justin Bieber speaks an interview with Elvis Duran for "The Elvis Duran Morning Show" at Bagatelle Restaurant on March 24, 2012 in West Hollywood, California.


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People staying in London's Royal Garden Hotel this week may have some trouble getting sleep. Justin Bieber's fans have made 2,000 phone calls to the hotel, The Sun reported. Receptionists said that many of the fans have invented fake identities, in an unsuccessful attempt to try to reach Bieber's room. Their calls have jammed phone lines, and the hotel has changed its number as a result.  

“Justin’s fanbase are relentless — they will do anything to get near him," an anonymous source told The Sun. "The phones in the hotel haven’t stopped ringing since he arrived." 

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If they're lucky, they may get a song out of it: Bieber said he has already written a song about Mariah Yeater, the fan who accused him of fathering her child but then dropped the claim when he offered to have a DNA test, the Daily Telegraph reported.

Bieber's presence isn't just disrupting hotels. He was also mobbed by fans when he arrived at the Heathrow airport on Monday, MTV reported.  

In a picture posted by The Hindustan Times, Bieber appeared to encourage the crowd by flashing his abs outside of a hotel window. 

The pop star also Tweeted: "I hear u guys outside the hotel...and I LOVE U!"