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All The Pictures You Don’t Want To See Of Justin Bieber At Montreal’s Bell Centre

Justin Bieber brought his 2016 "Purpose World Tour" to Montreal on Monday night at the Bell Centre. Normally home to sold out Habs games, Bieber had no problem selling out the venue in a heart beat.

This would be Justin's 3rd time visiting the city with quite possibly the loudest and largest show to date. Bieber's fanbase now not just composed of young girls but that of people of all ages.

He sang just about all of his biggest hits that have topped the charts over the past year. From "Where Are Ü Now" which won a Grammy all the way to his mega hit "Sorry".

Justin has been making public appearance in just about all the city's he has played in so far and was spotted this morning at a downtown Montreal Tim Hortons.

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