Justin Bieber announces first 'UK' arena tour in two years but upsets fans in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
Justin Bieber has announced that he's to embark on a 6-date arena tour of the UK next year.
The Canadian singer will start off at the MEN Arena in Manchester on 19 February before visiting Sheffield, Liverpool, Birmingham and Nottingham.
The Believe tour - which will be 18-year-old Justin's first of the country in 2 years - will come to an end at London's O2 Arena on 4 March.
But the announcement has disappointed some of the teen heartthrob's fans because he won't be playing any gigs in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland.
'@justinbieber its not a tour of the UK if you aren't coming to scotland, that's a tour of england just saying kinda upset again :(,' Tweets one.
Another adds: '@justinbieber hardly a UK tour. Try England tour. Scotland is clearly in the UK, so are Wales and northern Ireland.'
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