Justin Bieber has worn out his welcome in the UK.
Fans on the other side of the pond have apparently had enough of his fashion antics and drunken behavior over the past week. After arriving on stage two hours late for a show last night in London, he was booed by the 20,000 in attendance.
By the time he took the stage at 10:30pm, many of the parents and their young children had to leave in order to catch the last trains home at 11:00. To add further insult to injury, Justin also cut his set 30 minutes short in order to avoid hitting a curfew time, according to MTV.com.
Early this morning, Justin took to Twitter and denied being as late as reported, but apologized to his fans. "i was 40 min late to stage. there is no excuse for that and I apologize for anyone we upset. However it was great show and Im proud of that," he tweeted. He's still scheduled to play three more shows this week at London's O2 Arena.
He can also take heart in the fact that he's hardly the first musician in recent memory to be jeered on stage. Check out five other artists who have been given the Bronx cheer!
Late 2004 and early 2005 were hardly the best periods of Ashlee's professional life. During this 2005 Orange Bowl performance (mere months after her infamous SNL hoedown), she sounded like a cat in heat throughout her entire performance and the crowd responded appropriately.
In June 2011, Amy was visibly under the influence when she took the stage for a show in the Serbian capital of Belgrade. Slurring her words and forgetting the lyrics to her own songs, the crowd booed her and she ultimately cut her set short. Just one month later, she died of alcohol poisoning.
After infamously ripping up a picture of the Pope during an October 1992 performance on SNL, Sinead sang days later at a Bob Dylan tribute concert. She was booed mercilessly when she took the stage and throughout her song, ultimately proving that the incident truly was the death of her career.
Compared to this, booing would be welcomed. The least-liked export to ever come out of Canada got more than they bargained for during a 2006 metal festival in Portugal. The crowd booed and hurled rocks at them during one of their songs, resulting in lead singer Chad Kroeger flipping everyone off as the band exited the stage.
"If you don't want to have fun, all you have to do is let us know," said frontman Axl Rose to a surly Irish crowd in September 2010. After taking the stage an hour late for a show in Dublin, he was greeted by a chorus of boos that never really stopped.
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