Review: Justin Bieber

I’M having major post-Justin depression at the moment and writing this review is giving me all the feelings.

In a way it’s like I’m reliving the best night of my life, March 18, 2017, a day I will always remember.

The night started off with a pretty mean as hot-dog, not going to lie, obviously overpriced, but hey I had to prepare for the huge night ahead.

Sheppard was the first act to come on and if I’m being the honest person I am, I wasn’t really that into them. I mean Bieber, where’s the Kiwi artist at though?

In all seriousness they’re a talented band and performed well I just barely knew their songs, so I wasn’t jamming out as much.

After Sheppard that’s when things got really wild and lit!

Firstly I’d just like to note that Martin Garrix and I are officially engaged, yep that’s right folks you heard it here first. If anyone thinks other wise I think you need to leave. But can we actually just take a moment to appreciate my amazing, talented, husband-to-be . . .

Anyway where were we? Oh yes that’s right I was doing a concert review.

Martin Garrix was incredible. He had it all, lights, lasers, fire, killer beats and above all good looks. The atmosphere was nuts and so was the crowd.

My sister and I danced so hard I think we really annoyed the old ladies sitting behind us — if you’re reading this I hope you enjoyed the view.

The next part of my review is perhaps a bit too much information, but I definitely should have reconsidered my wardrobe choices and opted out the flowing-top, because your girl nearly had a nip-slip.

Luckily I got my hands on some JB merchandise so quickly before Justin came on stage I ran to the toilets to change and get water for my dehydrated sister.

You best ‘belieb’ I wasn’t going to miss the opening song but me being me, I nearly did. Just as I finished getting dressed I could hear the opening credits come on and so could the other thousand people who also thought it was a good idea to go toilet.

Sorry sis, but I think the water can wait.

As you can imagine everyone was practically sprinting for their lives. I kid you not, when I got to my seat he started to perform, talk about bloody good timing.

Everybody was screaming at the top of their lungs. Justin appeared singing Mark My Words in a box hovering in the air — in the moment I could not ‘belieb’ I was there.

During the concert Justin lifted his shirt up and there they were, right before my eyes, his abs in all their glory. The crowd went crazy for it, me included.

Justin played heaps of his new songs and some of his old school throwbacks, and even a cover of I’ll Be by Ethan McCain.

Boy-oh-boy were those vocals creamy like butter.

Now when he said “who wants to be my baby” that’s when I really lost it and it’s safe to say so did the crowd.

Everyone sang along and hit every note. I would definitely say it was my favourite song of the night, well one of them at least, who could pick just one?

Many people are saying it wasn’t worth the hype but oh honey they are so wrong. It was everything I had imagined it would be and more!

A New Zealand Herald article even said “he looked dead in the eyes”, ummmm were we at the same concert? Because from my view I definitely didn’t get that vibe.

Sadly the concert had to end at some point and Justin being Justin, went out with a bang, literally. As the last song, Sorry, was playing fireworks were shooting up into the Auckland sky.

After the song ended Justin Bieber said his goodbyes and the fireworks disappeared, then just like that it was all over.

When leaving the stadium I couldn’t believe how many people were there as trying to get out was nearly impossible.

I felt like we were all sardines squished into a tiny little can and I’m not over-exaggerating.

All in all, to sum it up in a few words it was a talented, brilliant, incredible, amazing, show stopping, spectacular, never the same, totally unique, completely not ever been done before, unafraid to reference or not reference, put it in a blender, vomit on it, eat it, give birth to it, type of concert.

I’M having major post-Justin depression at the moment and writing this review is giving me all the feelings.

In a way it’s like I’m reliving the best night of my life, March 18, 2017, a day I will always remember.

The night started off with a pretty mean as hot-dog, not going to lie, obviously overpriced, but hey I had to prepare for the huge night ahead.

Sheppard was the first act to come on and if I’m being the honest person I am, I wasn’t really that into them. I mean Bieber, where’s the Kiwi artist at though?

In all seriousness they’re a talented band and performed well I just barely knew their songs, so I wasn’t jamming out as much.

After Sheppard that’s when things got really wild and lit!

Firstly I’d just like to note that Martin Garrix and I are officially engaged, yep that’s right folks you heard it here first. If anyone thinks other wise I think you need to leave. But can we actually just take a moment to appreciate my amazing, talented, husband-to-be . . .

Anyway where were we? Oh yes that’s right I was doing a concert review.

Martin Garrix was incredible. He had it all, lights, lasers, fire, killer beats and above all good looks. The atmosphere was nuts and so was the crowd.

My sister and I danced so hard I think we really annoyed the old ladies sitting behind us — if you’re reading this I hope you enjoyed the view.

The next part of my review is perhaps a bit too much information, but I definitely should have reconsidered my wardrobe choices and opted out the flowing-top, because your girl nearly had a nip-slip.

Luckily I got my hands on some JB merchandise so quickly before Justin came on stage I ran to the toilets to change and get water for my dehydrated sister.

You best ‘belieb’ I wasn’t going to miss the opening song but me being me, I nearly did. Just as I finished getting dressed I could hear the opening credits come on and so could the other thousand people who also thought it was a good idea to go toilet.

Sorry sis, but I think the water can wait.

As you can imagine everyone was practically sprinting for their lives. I kid you not, when I got to my seat he started to perform, talk about bloody good timing.

Everybody was screaming at the top of their lungs. Justin appeared singing Mark My Words in a box hovering in the air — in the moment I could not ‘belieb’ I was there.

During the concert Justin lifted his shirt up and there they were, right before my eyes, his abs in all their glory. The crowd went crazy for it, me included.

Justin played heaps of his new songs and some of his old school throwbacks, and even a cover of I’ll Be by Ethan McCain.

Boy-oh-boy were those vocals creamy like butter.

Now when he said “who wants to be my baby” that’s when I really lost it and it’s safe to say so did the crowd.

Everyone sang along and hit every note. I would definitely say it was my favourite song of the night, well one of them at least, who could pick just one?

Many people are saying it wasn’t worth the hype but oh honey they are so wrong. It was everything I had imagined it would be and more!

A New Zealand Herald article even said “he looked dead in the eyes”, ummmm were we at the same concert? Because from my view I definitely didn’t get that vibe.

Sadly the concert had to end at some point and Justin being Justin, went out with a bang, literally. As the last song, Sorry, was playing fireworks were shooting up into the Auckland sky.

After the song ended Justin Bieber said his goodbyes and the fireworks disappeared, then just like that it was all over.

When leaving the stadium I couldn’t believe how many people were there as trying to get out was nearly impossible.

I felt like we were all sardines squished into a tiny little can and I’m not over-exaggerating.

All in all, to sum it up in a few words it was a talented, brilliant, incredible, amazing, show stopping, spectacular, never the same, totally unique, completely not ever been done before, unafraid to reference or not reference, put it in a blender, vomit on it, eat it, give birth to it, type of concert.

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