Written by Philip Wright
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Wednesday, 11 August 2010

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Can "Dance like Jacko."

Justin Bieber suffered a serious on-stage embarrassment after his voice broke; ironically during a performance of his hit song, "Baby."

The 18,000 strong crowd who had attended Bieber's World Tour concert in Nashville, where treated to the final song and encore, in a Barry White-style tone.

Fans booed mercilessly as Bieber struggled to understand what was going on. It has been reported that several foreign objects were thrown towards the stage, as the singer tried to explain he was, "Still the same person inside!"

Bieber was taunted with chants of "Stubble! Stubble! Stubble!" and ran from the stage covering his face.

"If I wanted to listen to Barry White, I'd have put a Barry f***ing White CD on." said Stacey, aged 8.

This young fans views reflected the entire crowds, who have set about campaigning for full refunds to be given.

Before Bieber had even reached his hotel after the show, the young Canadian had been dumped by his record label, leaving the continuation of his World Tour in serious doubt.

Island Records released a statement that described Bieber as, "Over the hill,"

They continued; "Although it was a very profitable two years for both of us, we all knew this day would come. Our label have replaced Justin Bieber with a new young star. He's a 17month old baby that can dance like Jacko and hit a B flat 5 without falsetto. He is a perfect replacement for Bieber as both girls and mothers love him. We expect him to tour next Spring."

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