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U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron reportedly used an interesting tactic to help raise money for his Conservative party, selling a meeting with pop star Justin Bieber for £10,000. The only problem: Bieber has not signed off on it.
According to The U.K. Sun, a wealthy financier won the meeting for four girls. The money will go to the party’s election campaigns.
However, Bieber has not signed off on it and he could decide not to meet the teenage girls.
The Daily Mail reports that the meeting would take place on March 7, when Bieber’s Balieve tour takes over London’s O2 Arena. Universal Music U.K. donated the tickets for the auction.
“The four golden ticket holders will get the chance to go backstage to meet face to face with the gorgeous teen heart-throb," the auction listing promised.
“Of course we would not ask Justin to meet anyone without checking with him first - but this wouldn't normally happen until he arrives in the UK,” a Universal Spokesman told the Daily Mail. “Universal Music UK has been working with the Government on the GREAT Campaign, to help spread the word globally about the UK's culture, heritage and creativity and as part of that support we have donated tickets and Meet and Greet passes.”
Bieber recently released Bieber Acoustic, an EP of new versions of Believe hits and a few new songs.