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Who needs school when you can study Justin Bieber?
Apparently not Norwegian kids. Midterm exams have been rescheduled at five schools in Norway to allow students to attend the Biebs' April 16 and 17 concerts in Oslo.
Per Fox News, school officials were afraid that students—particularly those in remote areas—would skip their exams in able to catch the Believe Tour. (Can you really blame them?)
Justin, 19, was impressed with the effort of the schools. He tweeted a link to the news, adding, "love this."
But seriously Beliebers, keep calm this time. In May 2012, Bieber Fever got a little out of control in the country when tens of thousands of fans converged at the Oslo Opera House thinking their idol would be performing a free mini-concert.
It got so intense, that the Biebs tweeted a plea to his followers to "listen to the police" because he and his team were "all concerned for your safety" and "want what is best for u."
And what is best for u, young Norwegians, is a fun, midterm-free, safe day of Bieber joy.