Justin Bieber Says Israel Show Was "Amazing"
The Baby star has broken his Twitter ban to tell fans about last night's gig...
Earlier this week, JB announced he would be taking a break from Twitter after stating that he wanted to enjoy some time in the 'holy land' with his family, following a series of angry tweets aimed at the paps who invaded his privacy on the trip.
Despite his self-imposed Twitter ban, the Biebster took to the mirco-blogging site before bringing his My World tour to Tel Aviv's Hayarkon Park last night, posting: "Time to do what i love best ... perform for the fans. Israel ... its almost time. #myworldtour."
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the 17-year old put on an impressive show and at one point, even paid homage to the country as his musical director, Dan Kanter, played the Israeli national anthem, Hatikva.
Biebs then performed his inspirational track, Pray, before paying tribute to his manager, Scooter Braun's grandmother - a survivor of the Holocaust - who was in the audience at the gig.
After the show, the One Time hitmaker seemed overjoyed with his performance, tweeting: "AMAZING NIGHT ... AMAZING PLACE ... AMAZING SHOW!! NEVER GOING TO FORGET THIS ONE. #BLESSED"
He later added: "last night after the show i was able to see Jerusalem...really incredible experience. thank you for those who helped make it happen…."
Bieber is now set to take his My World tour to Singapore, and has gigs booked throughout May.