Justin Bieber books out Dubai golf course

Music megastar Justin Bieber will have plenty of privacy when he visits Dubai next week, as reports have suggested the Canadian has booked out an entire golf course in the city.The 19-year-old will take to the stage at The Sevens Stadium on May 4th and 5th and both shows have sold out.Dubai has everything that a young celebrity could possibly wish for and Bieber's team have wasted no time in ensuring he is well looked after.A source told the Sun newspaper that his managers are keen to keep him "under the radar" during his time in the UAE."They have hired out an entire golf course for two whole days to give him much-needed privacy as well," they were quoted as saying.It is also believed that Bieber's team have approached the owners of two waterparks to see if they can provide the star with full exclusive access to the facilities.Although Dubai is famous for being a playground for the rich and famous, it is fair to suggest that Bieber will be the biggest star to have performed in the city.There had been talk of the youngster buying a plush property of his own in the Middle East, but this has not been confirmed as yet.Bieber's Believe Tour is one of the biggest events on the planet and it is a real coup for Dubai to secure two back-to-back performances from the teenage sensation.Earlier this month, chief operating officer at Done Events - the company that has organised the shows - Thomas Ovesen said the fact that tickets for the original concert sold out so fast highlights just how popular the singer is in this part of the world."The fans have spoken - this is the biggest concert yet to be staged in Dubai and one that has now completely sold out," he commented.Bieber first came to prominence at the age of 15, when he became a YouTube star.

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