Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 19 April 2014

Justin Bieber ‘planning circus party’

Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber is reportedly planning to hold a circus-themed event in the UK to mark turning 19 today.

The Canadian singer turns 19 today and has planned a bash in London to mark the special day. He is in the UK on his Believe Tour and it’s rumoured he will be celebrating in the metropolis.

The star is understood to be splashing out £10,000 on the evening, with clowns and a ringmaster said to be booked.

“Justin wants to celebrate in style and he loves clubbing in London,” an insider told British newspaper The Mirror.

"It’s no accident that there’s a break in his UK tour which coincides with his birthday.

“He’s been looking for the perfect venue and finally settled on [establishment] Cirque Du Soir as he loves the kitsch theme.

“The venue is all ready for him, with clowns, goblins, aerial acts and some fire eaters.”

Cirque Du Soir bills itself as the city’s “most exclusive circus” and promises guests they will enjoy a great party in “sumptuous surroundings”. The venue boasts an indoor funfair, acrobats and caricature and make-up artists, with room for 500 partygoers.

The young star’s rumoured new love interest Ella-Paige Roberts Clarke is expected to put in an appearance at the party.

Justin has been trying hard to impress the 17-year-old recently, with the pair spotted enjoying a ride in a Rolls-Royce car together. They also attended Justin Timberlake’s recent London concert with each other, following his comeback performance at the BRIT Awards last week.

Ella-Paige has also been seen leaving Justin’s hotel room, although neither of them has confirmed their reported romance.

The young star previously dated Selena Gomez, with their relationship hitting difficulties last year after he supposedly flirted with models at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.

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