Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber performs during his "Believe" concert in Santo Domingo. October 23, 2013.

Controversial Canadian pop star Justin Bieber just announced on his Twitter account that the next stop of his Believe tour would be Australia and New Zealand. He did not provide yet specific dates when or where the concerts would be held.

Screen grab of Justin Bieber's tweet about New Zealand and Australia concerts

Bieber just concluded the Latin American leg of his Believe tour with a number of controversies.

In Brazil, he was kicked out of a brothel and was spirited out of the whorehouse by his bodyguards wrapped in a bedsheet. His bodyguards also tried to prevent papparazzis from taking Justin's photograph by hosing them with water.

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In Argentina, he kicked the Argentinean flag thrown by fans off stage using his feet and the microphone stand, but he later apologised for the incident.


In Mexico, no less than Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto denied that he met Bieber after the Canadian singer tweeted to his 47 million followers that he and the president met.

"Just met some amazing Mexican beliebers and the president of mexico and his familia. now it is showtime. 60,000 tonight. night 1. tea mo," was Bieber's tweet.

Within minutes, the president tweeted, "@PresidenciaMX denies a meeting between the holder of the executive AEPN and the singer @justinbieber."

Despite these controversies, the millions of Beliebers in Australia and New Zealand would look forward to the singer's concert in the two nations down under.

Would he later claim to have met Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott or New Zealand Prime Minister John Key? Would he also visit whorehouses in Sydney or Auckland?