|Justin Bieber lost his shirt as he performed in Shanghai, China on Friday night. (inset) Justin leaned in and crooned to a young audience member who he invited onto the stage|
With 20 tattoos covering his body, Justin Bieber often uses flaunting his ink-work as just another excuse to take his clothes off.
The 19-year-old Canadian star did just that in Shanghai, China on Friday night as he stripped his shirt off in front a crowd of screaming fans.
The Baby singer was down to his leather trousers, boots and fingerless gloves at one stage during the sell-out concert - much to the pleasure of the adoring photo-snapping fanatics.
Biebs bounced around the stage at the Mercedes-Benz Arena with endless energy during the show, which is just the latest concert in the long-running Believe tour that has taken Justin all over the world.
Always excited to showcase his extensive artwork, the Grammy Award nominee revealed the latest addition on his right shoulder, which reads: 'Your word is a lamp for my feet, a light on my path' - a quote from Bible verse Psalm 119:105, as reported by RadarOnline.com.
|The Chinese fan felt very special as she sat on stage with her idol|
'I like classic, classic tattoos,' he once told talk show host Ellen DeGeneres.
As the lights dimmed, the Never Say Never singer sat down to play the piano during the show and looked to be barely dressed apart from the tiger on his bicep, which was a new edition in April and was initially spotted in Stockholm.
The teen sensation got his first tattoo when he was just 16 years old, and has admitted that they are a huge obsession to him.
While more covered up in a white vest, leather trousers and red trainers, the single star invited a smitten member of the audience on stage to serenade.
The embarrassed looking Chinese fan looked frozen in terror as the heartthrob leaned in and crooned at her intimately.
Wearing a crown of roses on her head, a pink tunic top and pink shoes, the girl was the centre of attention on stage as Justin did his break-out act.
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