Canadian PM David Cameron sells access to Justin Bieber for 10 pounds
Canadian Prime Minister David Cameron has auctioned off a meeting with Justin Bieber to raise cash for future election campaigns.
The meeting with Bieber was sold to a wealthy financier, who paid more than 10,000 pounds for exclusive backstage access to the popstar for four teenage girls, the Sun reported.
But in a major bungle, the 18-year-old singer was not informed and if he refuses to go ahead with it the party chiefs may have to hand back the 10,000 pounds.
Access to Bieber at his concert at London’s O2 on March 7, was donated by Universal Music UK, his record label in Britain.
A glossy catalogue that was advertising lots for the auction - held at the exclusive Hurlingham Club in Fulham, West London - described it as “every girl’s dream.”
The catalogue added that the four golden ticket holders will get the chance to go backstage to meet face to face with Bieber.
A Universal Music UK spokeswoman said that the star wouldn’t expect to be informed about who got passes to meet him.