Wow. It’s hard to believe that it’s been 2 years since the world lost the beautiful Avalanna Routh, best known to Justin Bieber and his fans as ‘Mrs. Bieber.’ So sad.
Avalanna Routh was 6 years old when she lost her battle with cancer. Thanks to her idol, Justin Bieber, the little girl lived a joyous life — and even got to “marry” the superstar with a pretend ceremony. Since her death, Justin has honored Avalanna online and in concert multiple times. On the second anniversary of her death, Beliebers everywhere made a worldwide trending topic on Twitter in her honor. So sweet.
Justin broke down in uncontrollable tears while talking about Avalanna Routh, otherwise known as ‘Mrs. Bieber,’ in his new movie, ‘Believe.’ He met the inspiring girl in 2012, when he heard she was battling cancer, and he couldn’t hold back his emotions when sharing memories of her in the film.
Justin Bieber honored his “angel” superfan, “Mrs. Bieber” Avalanna Routh in his new film, Believe. He met the 6-year-old while she was fighting brain cancer, and she stayed in his memories ever since, even after her tragic passing in Sept. 2012. Justin dedicated a significant portion of his movie to her, and got really open and candid when explaining how special she was to him.
How touching! The Biebs took a moment to remember ‘Mrs. Bieber,’ his precious 6-year-old superfan who passed away from cancer on Sept. 26, 2012.
Justin Bieber made a special connection with his fan and “angel,” Avalanna Routh, also known as “Mrs. Bieber.” The brave girl, 6, died of brain cancer on Sept. 26, 2012, and Justin paid tribute to her on the one-year anniversary of her passing, Sept. 26, 2013.
Justin’s emotional concert tribute to Avalanna ‘Mrs. Bieber’ Routh, who lost her battle with brain cancer on Sept. 26, brought tears to her parents eyes, who said their little girl would have ‘loved it.’
Justin Bieber took a special moment during his concert on Sept. 29 in Glendale, Arizona, to pay a heartfelt dedication to Avalanna ‘Mrs. Bieber’ Routh, who died just three days prior from a rare form of brain cancer at the age of six. Avalanna’s parents were in the audience, and completely shocked by the performance.
Justin paid tribute to ‘precious’ Avalanna Routh at his Sept. 29 concert with a touching photo montage of ‘Mrs. Bieber’ during his song ‘One Less Lonely Girl.’ Justin’s Musical Director Dan Kanter told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY about the heartfelt dedication!
Justin Bieber‘s Sept. 29 concert in Glendale, Arizona was the first date on his anticipated Believe tour, but the most emotional moment came when he celebrated his fan, Avalanna ‘Mrs. Bieber’ Routh, who tragically lost her battle with cancer on Sept. 26 at the age of six.
Justin has been absolutely heartbroken that six-year-old Avalanna Routh — his biggest fan — lost her fight to cancer this week. But her memory lived on when Justin paid tribute to her on the first night of his ‘Believe’ tour. Click to watch the touching video.
Justin Bieber‘s September 29 concert in Glendale, Arizona was totally inspiring, and he showed his dedication to Beliebers countless times. But the most touching moment came when he celebrated his favorite fan, Avalanna ‘Mrs. Bieber’ Routh, who tragically lost her battle with cancer on September 26.
The six-year-old girl who had a pretend wedding with Justin Bieber has sadly passed away. Our thoughts go out to her family.
Avalanna Routh — also known as “Mrs. Bieber” — died of brain cancer on September 26. The little girl was famous for her love of Justin Bieber which prompted hospital workers to conduct a pretend wedding with a paper cut-out of the teen heartthrob. She eventually met and became good friends with her “husband.”
So sad. Justin took to Twitter to pay respect to his beloved ‘wifey.’ Read on for ALL the details.
A power outage at The Apollo can’t stop Justin from giving his fans the best show ever! Now that’s dedication.
Justin Bieber continued his journey across the globe in part two of Justin Bieber: All Around The World on NBC. Read on to see if Justin was OK after passing out on those stairs in Paris and how the show must go on, no matter what.
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