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Biebs Gets Egged During Australian Concert

The 17-year-old superstar seems to draw a crowd with a penchant for throwing things at his concerts. Back in 2009, it was a water bottle, and this past weekend in Sydney, Australia, it was eggs.

Biebs was in the middle of performing when a reported six eggs were lobbed onto the stage. In a video, a few of them can be seen falling onto the stage from above, creating a yolky mess right at the pop star’s feet.

Although he supposedly threatened to cancel the concert, word is that Bieber didn’t let a few flying eggs interrupt his world takeover, and soldiered on after the stage was cleaned up.

From CNN.

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