Filipino Beliebers from all over the country are expected to flock to Manila (SM Mall of Asia Concert Grounds) on May 10 for the rare chance to see their idol, Justin Bieber. The 17-year-old teen sensation will be in the Philippines for his My World Tour concert.
From his very first album (My World) down to his recent My Worlds-The Collection and Never Say Never-The Remixes, Justin Bieber’s music has gained colossal following, garnering a record-high 7x platinum award for combined My World, My World 2.0, My Worlds, My Worlds-The Collection and Never Say Never: The Remixes albums’ sales (both physical and digital).
He is best known for his long-running #1 hit "Baby" to his recent hit singles "That Should Be Me feat, The Rascal Flatts" and "U Smile."
The Canadian-born singer puts his popularity to good use by appearing in a new PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) ad that promotes adoptions from animal shelters. The ad was shot by renowned celebrity photographer Cliff Watts.
"It’s really important that people adopt," Bieber has been quoted as saying in a PETA statement. "I really encourage going out to an animal shelter or a place where you can get a dog who has been abandoned or doesn’t have a home."
Buying an animal from a pet store or a breeder robs a homeless animal of his or her chance at finding a good home. The less fortunate never even make it to a safe haven; they are left to fend for themselves on the streets, where they are often subjected to abuse by cruel people or succumb to starvation, disease, or injuries.
Bieber’s numerous awards include the American Music Awards’ Artist of the Year, and he recently released an acoustic version of his breakthrough album called My World Acoustic. He joins a growing list of celebrities–including Lea Michele, Kellan Lutz, Yasmien Kurdi, Pink, Maggie Q, Borgy Manotoc–who have teamed up with PETA to help animals.
Catch Justin Bieber perform his heart out to thousands of Filipino fans on May 10 at the SM Mall of Asia Concert Grounds at 8:00PM with special guest, Poreotics, to open the show."