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June 20, 2012  | by: Julia Cuozzo

Ludacris and Justin Bieber at the Apollo

Justin Bieber may be a recent high school graduate and may have already accomplished more than the rest of us at that age, but last night, he proved that he deserves every bit of success that he has achieved. Before going on stage at the famous Apollo Theater in Harlem, Bieber tweeted about the greats that came before him on that very stage, expressing true gratitude and professionalism from the beginning. Unbeknownst to him, that performance was going to become one for the books.

The concert was free (sort of). To get a ticket, fans had to head down to Macy’s Herald Square, buy Bieber’s fragrence bundle which included 3.4 oz spray,  1.7 oz spray, hair mist, touchable body lotion, and Justin Bieber’s new Believe album (now available). All of that and a Justin Bieber concert ticket for $168? Not a bad deal if you ask me.

Justin Bieber and Ludacris on stage before the power went out

So the ‘Bieber Fever’ infected ‘Beliebers’ filled the sacred space of the Apollo and near the end of the show, the power went out. Instead of acting like a diva and refusing to perform the rest of his set, Justin killed a little time by joking with the crowd and hopping on the drums. Of course, he nailed his impromptu solo. The boy oozes talent. After 40 minutes of no power, no instruments, and no finale, Bieber took the road less traveled; he performed unplugged.

He said to the crowd “I’m sorry the power is out. (But) you guys have always had my back. I’m going to sing `Boyfriend’ and you’re going to sing it back to me.”

After the show, Bieber tweeted:

“A night none of us will ever forget!! That is how u end an #AllAroundTheWorld run!!! With no power for the last song…my fans sang it 4 me!”

“I will never forget 2nite!” he wrote.

“That was the way a show should end.”

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