Justin Bieber & Selena Gomez: Helicopter ride in Brazil

9:51 PM Publicado por Jhon Lenin

After arriving in Brazil on Monday night (October 3rd), Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez finally left the Copacabana Palace Hotel in the Zona Sul River to tour the city.

This afternoon, three cars left the rear of the hotel leading to the teen idol, his girlfriend and his team. The passage of vehicles caused a stir among the fans who came to jump into the cars.

The group then went to the airstrip at Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas, where they departed for a scenic drive in Rio. The tourists spent on the beaches of Leblon, Ipanema and Copacabana, across Guanabara Bay, Icaraí Beach (Niterói) and the Centre venue, Maracana, and made a comeback in the Christ the Redeemer. The tour costs $ 540 per person.

After the helicopter tour, the singer and his girlfriend went to a steakhouse in the city. Bieber ordered to close all the curtains of the room to avoid the flashes of the paparazzi. Customers of the restaurant, however, could see the singer in person. However, a guest tried to take a picture of Bieber, but a member of the artist security stopped him. "Out, out!" He said. When this person told her she was a customer and therefore would not leave, the doorman told him to shut up. "I do not shut up. I'm in my country. I come to take a photo, but it is very arrogant," complained the fan who ended up leaving the place.

Bieber did not change with the incident and told his security he wanted a little privacy without being rude to others. He ordered cheese bread and various meats and seemed to like it much since I asked for more later. The singer refused to take lemonade and Japanese food. In a moment of relaxation, Bieber was delighted with his girlfriend and his team, and everyone seemed to enjoy the moment. For dessert, ate strawberries, papaya cream and fruit salad. At about 17h, everyone left the place.

Photos of Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez in Brazil 2011

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