Sounds like the party came to Justin Bieber Wednesday night.
A source tells E! News that, following his show at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, the 19-year-old star's tour bus pulled up outside The Vogue, a nightclub in the trendy Broad Ripple district, at around 1 a.m., followed by another bus from his crew about a half hour later.
The teen never left the bus, the source says, but members of his security team were seen going back and forth multiple times between the club and the vehicle.
We're told that the entourage members eventually went into the club and were walking around and talking to girls.
Shortly afterward, they left the club with two blondes and a brunette and escorted them onto the bus, after which the blinds on the bus were closed, the witness recalls.
Moreover, the source says, shortly after the bodyguards left with the ladies, the club DJ announced to the whole crowd that Bieber's tour bus was outside, prompting about 100 people to file out and gather around the bus, but no one got near it, let alone made it inside.
A rep for Bieber had no comment on the happenings in Indy.
While it's unclear why Bieber's security made several trips between the club door and the bus, all involved were ultimately better off with the star himself staying outside.
It was confirmed yesterday that Bodi Chicago, a club in the Windy City, was cited by the Chicago Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection for allowing the underage Bieber into the establishment.
But didn't Bieber have a big day Wednesday?!
Before his concert, the Canadian heartthrob spoke to none other than former President Bill Clinton in order to apologize to the statesman for saying "F--k Bill Clinton" while spritzing cleaning liquid onto a picture of him—an incident caught on video (along with Bieber urinating in a mop bucket beforehand) and, not surprisingly, leaked online.
E! News exclusively learned that Clinton took the diss in jest and told the young man to focus on the good that he has the potential to do in this world—and to pay attention to the people he chooses to hang out with.