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Is Justin Bieber dating Ella-Paige Roberts-Clarke?

(Left) Justin Bieber at Justin Timberlake's concert. He took aspiring singer Ella-Paige Roberts-Clarke (right).
(Left) Justin Bieber at Justin Timberlake's concert. He took aspiring singer Ella-Paige Roberts-Clarke (right). Bang Showbiz and Twitter

JUSTIN Bieber enjoyed a date with singer Ella-Paige Roberts-Clarke at Justin Timberlake's London concert on Wednesday.

The 18-year-old heartthrob - who recently split from Selena Gomez - was spotted enjoying Justin Timberlake's London show on Wednesday with the 17-year-old brunette and friends have revealed she is desperate for fame.

A source told MailOnline: "Since she was at school she always wanted to be famous. The weird thing is she has worked so hard but just being seen with Justin Bieber is probably going to make her career."

Justin and Ella-Paige arrived at the exclusive one-off concert at the HMV Forum in Kentish Town, north London, separately, which Justin's mother Pattie Mallette also attended.

The Baby hitmaker was flanked by security guards and perched himself on the celebrity-packed upper tier balcony, where he appeared to be enthralled by Timberlake and sang along to his 2006 song Until the End of Time.

The Canadian singer, who is in London for the latest dates on his Believe world tour, didn't stay for long as he made a swift exit after just 10 to 20 minutes - before Justin, 32, performed his new single, Mirrors, which he also sang earlier in the night at the BRIT Awards.

Justin tried to make an incognito exit as he was surrounded by a flock of security but turned heads as he tripped over one of his bodyguards and nearly fell.

Topics:  justin bieber, justin timberlake


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