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Coast Bieber fan gets close encounter with star

IS YASMINE Sellwood the Sunshine Coast's biggest Justin Bieber Fan?

The popular Coolum State High School student has been chasing the superstar across Australia and documenting her encounters on Instagram.

Her first brush with Bieber came after she waited for more than six hours at Melbourne Airport for him to arrive.

 

Waiting at the airport for 6 hours payed off ✈️

A video posted by yas (@yasminesellwood) on

 

She then was one of 300 lucky competition winners to experience an intimate performance by Justin on FOX FM's World Famous Rooftop in Melbourne.

Yasmine managed to make her way to the front of the crowd and reached out to the singer.

 

I DID IT I HELD HANDS WITH JUSTIN MULTIPLE TIMES MY LIFE IS OVER HE SUNG TO ME OK GOODBYE #hittheroof

A video posted by yas (@yasminesellwood) on

 

"I did it I held hands with Justin multiple times, my life is over he sung to me," Yasmine posted.

"He literally looked into my eyes and sung to me."

The teenager was now currently on Cockatoo Island in Sydney Harbour for Bieber's performance for Sunrise.

She was one of 1200 fans to make it to the island for the concert which ran from 6am to 9am today.

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