Justin Bieber


Beliebers are a little mad at Justin Bieber tonight.

The singer, who said he planned to "chill with friends" before his London shows this week, may have been chilling longer than he should have, after arriving to his concert—the first of his Believe tour—at the O2 Arena tonight nearly two hours late.

Biebs has yet to address why he was tardy for the party (we know he was having a "good day" leading up to it), but fans didn't waste any time expressing their frustration at the delay or a desire for a refund

"I was at the concert and he [Bieber] came out at 10:15 p.m. and Carly Rae Jepsen finished her set at 9:10 p.m.. Justin should have been out at 9:30," concertgoer Sophia Lee exclusively told E! News. "Everyone was kept waiting not knowing anything. All they did was kept playing Michael Jackson songs. All the fans were getting so annoyed at around 9:50 p.m., fans started booing."

According to the tickets, J.B. was scheduled to appear at 8:30 p.m.

Since many of Bieber's fans are younger teenagers, a number of them left early because it was a school night, while others had to jet before the singer even took the stage in order to catch the train.

"I stayed! But many people left early as the last underground train was at 12 a.m., so people needed to get home," Lee continued. "He didn't even apologize. That's what makes it worse...My mom paid for five tickets so she's not happy."

The Arena's posted via Twitter, "Justin Bieber is now on stage and apologises for the lateness of his show," and added, "Sorry to all the Justin Bieber fans for the lateness of his show tonight. The Tube will still be running when the show finishes."

Bieber's camp has yet to comment.

For more on Justin's London concert, tune in to E! News Tuesday at 7 p.m. and 11:30 p.m.

(Originally published March 4, 2013 at 6:13 p.m. PT)

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