Global pop sensation Justin Bieber is all set to make his way to India with his Purpose World Tour in May.
The 22-year-old Canadian singer-songwriter is expected to perform hits like Where Are U Now, Boyfriend, Love Yourself, Company, As Long As You Love Me, What Do You Mean?, Baby and Purpose, at the DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai on May 10.
However, Justin’s tour won’t come cheap to the organisers as the Baby hitmaker has hefty demand list which needs to be carried out to the T.
A Rolls Royce and a jet for himself. Two volvo buses for his 120-member crew.
His five day tour demands a a ping-pong table, a Playstation, IO HAWK, a sofa set, washing machine, refrigerator, cupboard and a massage table.
Two 5-star hotels have been booked for his accommodation. Justin wants the room to be decorated with purple carnations, and lilies are a strict no-no.
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Because of the obvious tiring routine, the Boyfriend crooner might want to pratice yoga, and has asked for his room to be supplied with aromatic oils, incense sticks, and books on chakras and yoga asanas. Like this wasn’t enough, a masseuse is being called in from Kerala for him. His demands also include wildberries and vanilla room-fresheners, Dove body wash and hydrating lip balms–we know the secret behind that glowing skin, finally.
The popstar wants the dressing room to be draped in white curtains, and must have a glass-door refrigerator. The refrigerator must have these few thing at all times–twenty-four bottles of still and alkaline water, each, four energy drinks, six vitamin water bottles, six cream sodas, four natural juices, four vanilla protein drinks and half a gallon of almond milk.
This is only a part of the menu – vegetables seasoned with ranch sauce, diced fruit, organic bananas and seedless grapes, a deli platter of organic turkey, lettuce, Colby and provolone cheese, black olives and green and banana peppers.
The backstage requirements include white sliced bread, potato chips, mint and watermelon gum, white cheddar popcorn, Ghiradelli dark chocolate with sea salt and almonds, menthol and watermelon gum, vinegar chips, organic dried fruit, peanuts, and all berries cereal. He has also listed some special treats like large pack of Swedish Fish, boxes of Ritz Bitz peanut butter and cheese sandwiches and multiple packs of Haribo Cola Gummies – let’s just hope that’s all.
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Apart from the glass-door refrigerator loaded with food items in his dressing room, Justin requires two packs of plain white crew-neck tees (in sizes XS and L), two packs of white tank tops (sizes L and XL) and three packs of white low-rise socks (sizes XS and L).
Wow, that’s a bit much, don’t you think? But Justin is not the only one who had ridiculous demands.
But wait… he’s not alone!
Check out what these celebrities demand when they are on tour, according to Vogue.
The On The Floor singer prefers her backstage area to look like a beautiful resort, with a bed in white sheets with white rose and candles, demands an unusual caffeine fix. The popstar is known to have asked for her coffee to be stirred anti-clockwise. Stir it clockwise, and there’s no way she’s getting on the floor.
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The Ghosttown crooner is always the one for hygiene. She is known to demand a new toilet seat at every new concert venue. She’s Madonna, and the queen can’t just sit on any throne.
If you can’t provide a separate hotel room for John’s glasses collection, you don’t deserve his presence. He also demands huge floral arrangements, but with no lilies, daisies or chrysanthemums. He’s not titled ‘Sir’ for no reason.
There’s nothing outrageous about this rider since we know it’s coming from Kanye West. The rapper is known to ask for Versace towels on hand and insists that his drivers must be clad in 100 per cent cotton, ‘no man-made fibres’.
On tour, Cher’s rider request includes asking for a separate room for all her wigs. Sounds extravagant? You really haven’t seen her hair.