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Sunday, 27 March 2011

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The French government has stated that the Eiffel Tower could be purchased for the right price. (Photo by Willow Palin).

MOBILE, Alabama - Justin Bieber performed before his 197th straight sell-out crowd in the Southern Gulf of Mexico port city of Mobile.

The standing room only crowd at The Land of Cotton Convention Center broke the official concert decibel record of the state of Alabama that had been set by the Beatles back in 1964.

Beauregard Mistypetal, who is the head custodian at The Land of Cotton Convention Center, said that the screams of the young girls were so loud that tourists who were visiting the World War II battleship the USS Alabama, which is berthed in Mobile Bay said that they could actually hear the loud yelling, hollering, and screaming from a distance of three miles away.

After the concert Justin was interviewed by Chipper Caruso of Cowbell Notes Music Magazine. Caruso asked him how things between him and his girlfriend Selena Gomez were going.

Justin blushed and replied that they were going great and he then asked Caruso what he had heard.

The CN2M reporter stated that he had heard from an unnamed source, who had gotten it from another unnamed source that he (Justin) had recently inquired about the possibility of purchasing France's Eiffel Tower.

Bieber at first denied the rumor but then he remarked that it was indeed a fact that he was interested in buying the world famous French structure.

When asked why he wanted to buy it, he said that he wanted to purchase it and transport it to his brand new 901 acre Wyoming Ranch, The Bluffing Buffalo Hooves Ranch that his mother had bought him for his 17th birthday.

Justin said that he and Selena had talked about it and both agreed that it would be great to have that famous landmark on his new ranch.

CN2M spoke with a representative of the French government about Mr. Bieber's desire to purchase the Eiffel Tower. And the spokesperson who would not reveal her name said that in France everything can be purchased for the right price.

Cowbell Notes Music Magazine will stay abreast of the Eiffel Tower story and bring you any new developments as they develop.

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