Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande To Team Up In Concert Tour? ‘Harder’ Singer May Only Join US Leg


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Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande To Team Up In Concert Tour? ‘Harder’ Singer May Only Join US Leg

Rumors are flying thick and fast that Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande will be joining forces for a “massive” worldwide concert tour.

This, according to a source who exclusively broke the news to Confidential .
Although the Canadian singer has been mum about the said world tour after taking to Twitter to promote his new album, the source said that there is a strong possibility that the highly-anticipated event will push through.
“The whole thing will hopefully end in several (U.S.) stadium dates with special guest Ariana Grande,” the insider revealed. “This is in the very early stages but serious conversations are taking place.”
The source said that excitement is building within the camps of Justin Bieber and Arian Grande, which is a strong indication that they want the concert tour to happen.
If the tour materializes, the source said that fans will be treated to the pop superstars’ collection of hits.
“They would both perform their solo hits then team up together for several duets,” the source disclosed.
It will not be the first time that the “Baby” singer and the former Nickelodeon star will be performing as a pair.
In April, the duo performed together during the “Sam and Cat” star’s “Honeymoon” tour in Los Angeles where they sang “Love Me Harder” and “As Long As You Love Me.”
“It’s Justin’s tour, so he would open the show,” the source said. “Then they can decide what they’ll perform together and what they’ll do solo.”
In the meantime, the rumored world concert tour of Justin Bieber and Arian Grande may not see the petite “Love Me Harder” singer circle the globe, according to Perez Hilton .
However, what is expected to happen is for the 22-year old “Victorious” star to join the “Believe” singer during the final leg of his concert tour in the US.
“Now, the Biebs and Ariana wouldn’t be traveling the globe together or anything, but they would join up for the final set of shows when Justin returns to the U.S,” Perez Hilton said.
Although still unofficial, the rumored Justin Bieber-Ariana Grande concert tour is shaping up to be a major musical event worth watching.

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