Justin Bieber Prom Crashing Upsets Chatsworth High School Officials


Los Angeles:  Singer Justin Bieber crashed a high school prom and was nearly crushed by ecstatic students who were present there.
The Beauty and a Beat hitmaker on Saturday was at Chatsworth Charter High School 2015 prom in Chatsworth, California. He was joined by his friends Hailey Baldwin, Gabby Westbrook and Jason “Poo Bear” Boyd, reports aceshowbiz.com
Bieber re-tweeted some postings from Chartsworth’s students who captured the moments.
The 21-year-old hit the dance floor and began dancing with them. Some videos showed the attendees that couldn’t stop screaming when Bieber walked through them. At that time, the “Baby” hitmaker wore a brown shirt and a black fedora hat.
“Justin Bieber showing up at our prom? I think we know who had the best prom this year #cchsprom @justinbieber,” a student wrote.
A female student shared a video of her dancing with Bieber along with caption: “I DANCED WITH @justinbieber AT MY PROM.”
Another female student posted: “THANK YOU @justinbieber FOR THE BEST PROM.”
In another video posted by a male student, some ecstatic attendees were seen falling down as Bieber and his bodyguard walked through them.
“No other prom will ever be as turnt as #ChatsworthProm2k15 !! Did @justinbieber go to your prom,” the student captioned the video.
Earlier in the day, Baldwin hinted at their surprise appearance.
She tweeted: “Does anyone wanna take me to prom?” She later posted a photograph of herself dancing at the party.
“I found a prom and @gabbywestbrook was my prom date,” she captioned it.
Westbrook, meanwhile, wrote: “Hailey and I just crashed a prom.”


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