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BREAKING NEWS: Justin Bieber throws up his milk and cookies on stage.

Teenage "heartthrob" Justin Bieber threw up his milk and cookies on stage on the first night of his world tour.  Perhaps some butterfly jitters?  Too much drinking?  Morning sickness?  You be the judge.  I warn you.. unless you want to throw up yourself from hearing this shite, skip to the 2:00 minute mark.  This is where the good stuff happens.


After watching the video you will see that Bieber is not only a phenomenal singer and entertainer but he is also a fantastic magician.  How so?  Well during and after he is throwing up, he seems to be still singing in perfect harmony.  Strange.  Perhaps Bieber got some Milli Vanilli advice.  

Not once, but twice he throws up on stage.  He blames it on the milk he had prior to the show.  Seriously?  Milk?  Does this kid no how to party or what?? 

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