Not only that – he’s smart! Justin knows how important it is to recognize that he owes his success to his loyal fans!
Lisa has been a devoted longtime fan who tweets under the moniker @bieberparade, and she actually flew all the way from Denmark for the concert.
You can see how thrilled Lisa is in her JB kiss photo which she tweeted along with the message, “I need to thank @justinbieber again before I go to bed. This have been, more than I in my life expected would ever happen, it’s a like a very crazy dream.”
Then, Justin added the cherry to her chocolate sundae of an experience by tweeting back, “@BieberParade don’t thank me. glad to do it. you and fans like you give me strength like i said. love you. thank u.”
Justin – you are completely right to recognize that while you have immense talent and you work incredibly hard, it would all be for nothing without your millions and millions of appreciative fans.
They’re the ones who buy your records, and concert tickets, contribute to your charities and then support you in every possible way.
Look at Lisa Kastleen. She tweets daily about all your doings and is also trying to help other “Beliebers” made their dreams come true. I’m not quite sure what kind of dreams she’s talking about but maybe she wants to help other fans meet you.
In any case Justin, there are many, many stars – musical, film and TV who rarely if ever acknowledge their fans. They don’t sign autographs or take pictures. They waltz by their fans on red carpets without bothering to stop. They hate being approached in restaurants or in other public places by fans. They refuse to sign autographs. They give fans the cold shoulder. They never acknowledge their fans let alone thank them at any event.
You on the other hand, are always gracious to your fans, even if you and Selena are on a dinner date. You understand how much you mean to your fans. You have worked hard to be an inspiration to them. In fact, your film, Never Say Never, was a multi-hour message telling them to work hard to make their own dreams happen, even if they get discouraged at times.
When you arrive early on red carpets to greet fans, it shows your respect for them and when you take time to visit sick fans in the hospital – which you do – it’s the ultimate act of giving back.
The joy and the will to live that you gave to the self-titled “Mrs. Bieber,” Avalanna Routh, 6, from Boston, Mass who has a rare brain tumor and is hospitalized, is immeasurable.
But as well as being the right and sweet thing to do when you touch a fan’s life like Lisa Kastleen’s, it is also the wise thing to do.
Celebritydom can be fleeting without building a deep relationship with your fans. And now, on top of the talent and tunes, you bring to your audience, you are also bringing a lifelong relationship. That relationship will make you a star to them forever.
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