Justin Bieber can't wait to bring his Purpose tour to the UK
Justin Bieber is excited about bringing his 'Purpose' tour to the UK.
The 22-year-old 'Sorry' hitmaker took a break from his 'Purpose' World Tour to perform at V Festival in both Chelmsford and Stafford at the weekend, and though he was criticised for seemingly lip-synching during the shows, he can't wait to come back to Britain in October for his own headline gigs.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "Justin had a great time playing his first UK festival. He can't wait to get back in October to unleash the 'Purpose Tour' experience."
Justin has previously admitted that touring is taking a toll on him.
He said: "I've been on tour a long time now - away from my friends and family. It gets tough sometimes... You just need 'Company'."
And at the weekend Justin wasted no time in finding himself some company - familiarising himself with London's night spots - just hours after arriving in the UK, he headed out clubbing with singer Rihanna until the early hours of Saturday (20.08.16) morning.
He praised UK audiences for being authentic and revealed that he was feeling slightly hungover after spending the night before his V Festival gig partying with Rihanna at Tape nightclub in London.
He said: "I'm a little hungover, I'm not gonna lie. You guys don't like to fake anything in the UK, which I respect."
And the star returned to the venue on Sunday (21.08.16) to party the night away with model Bronte Blampied.
Justin performed at V Festival this weekend on the same bill as the 28-year-old R&B superstar and the pair discussed the possibility of collaborating together in the future.
Talking about meeting the Bajan beauty at the festival, Justin said: "We talked a little bit, I told her how much I liked her new song 'Needed Me'. We haven't done a song together, [we should] for sure."
Meanwhile, the pop hunk said that he has been working with Diplo again, following the release of their latest smash hit 'Cold Water', and teased that his next record will feature rappers Riff Raff and Young Thug and a song called 'Bankroll'.
Justin's UK tour kicks off with four dates at London's O2 Arena, before he heads to Birmingham and Manchester for three gigs, a date in Sheffield and then a trio of shows in Glasgow.
He then jets over to Dublin on November 1 and 2 to perform before returning to finish his UK leg of the tour back at The O2 on November 28 and 29.