Hundreds of girls surrounded his hotel in Paris, eager to get close to the 17-year-old heartthrob.
The screaming girls got their cameras ready as they clambered by his tour bus as security guards desperately tried to keep them back.
Crazy chaos: Justin Bieber left his French hotel today to a deafening sound of hundreds of teenage girls screaming for him
Beliebers: The young girls camped outside his hotel and tour bus and had their cameras poised ready to snap when their idol emerged
When the pint-sized pop star appeared, it was like a flashback to the 1960s at the height of Beatlemania.
Dressed in distressed black jeans, a purple T-shirt and black buttoned down sweater - Justin waved to his adoring fans as he made his way to his tour bus to travel to Bercy concert hall.
Bieber was surrounded by his entourage and security guards who walked behind him and either side of him to keep him safe.
I love him: Some of the girls were hysterical and sobbed when they could not believe their luck at laying eyes on the Baby star
Hysterical: The girls consoled each other as they watched Bieber walk out the hotel to go to perform at his concert tonight
But the young girls were red-faced and sobbing their hearts out at the mere fact at being within the same vicinity as the Somebody to Love hitmaker.
Some of the girls can be seen burying their faces in their hands while consoling each other as the tears rolled down their faces.
Yesterday he made a more discreet exit from his hotel as he prepared to continue the European leg of his tour.
Tres chic: Bieber was dressed in black jeans, a purple T-shirt and black buttoned down sweater on his way to Bercy concert hall
Stay back: Security was tight as they struggled to control the growing crowds of fans
Willow Smith will not be his opening act, she has returned to the US after supporting him during the UK portion of his concert series.
Bieber wore his favourite black jeans and a green hooded sweater with YMCA in block yellow writing inscribed on the front.
As the One Less Lonely Girl singer continues to break hearts in Europe, back in the U.S., his hair has been given its own bodyguard and is being held under tight security.
On the move: Justin emerged from his French hotel yesterday as he continues his My World tour across the globe
Hair-raising charity: Justin Bieber's shorn locks from his recent infamous haircut sold for $40,000 on eBay and is on display tonight at Lucky Strikes Lanes in Miami under very tight security
Good cause: Fans can pose with the hair - only if they donate towards the Japan tsunami relief effort
When the Baby singer recently cut his famous shaggy hairstyle into a shorter choppier 'do, the famous locks were kept and stored in a glass container and signed by the star.
The fuzzy brown locks were sold for $40,000 during a special charity auction on eBay and its now going on its own tour around the country making special appearances.
It is also going to go on display at Lucky Strikes Lanes in Miami where Beliebers can pose with the hair of their idol - but only if they donate money towards the Japan tsunami relief effort.
Fans have been lining up for hours to even be close to the strands of the teen's hair.
Last month, Bieber hit out at the American healthcare system during an interview with Rolling Stone magazine.
He said: 'You guys are evil. Canada's the best country in the world. We go to the doctor and we don't need to worry about paying him, but here, your whole life, you're broke because of medical bills.
'My bodyguard's baby was premature, and now he has to pay for it. In Canada, if your baby's premature, he stays in the hospital as long as he needs to, and then you go home.'
Bieber's My World tour originally started in the U.S. last June. He is now travelling around Europe, then Asia, Australasia and the Caribbean.