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Justin Bieber Carried by Bodyguards Up the Great Wall of China

Being a young pop superstar must be tough. Apparently, poor Justin Bieber’s iddy-biddy widdle wegs wouldn’t carry him to the top of the Great Wall of China. So his bodyguards did it for him.

In the latest example of apparent celebrity entitlement, as first reported by World Entertainment News, Justin Bieber visited the famed Great Wall of China, but didn’t want to make the climb to the top. As onlookers snapped photos and posted them to Twitter, his bodyguards hoisted the singer onto their shoulders and carried him to the top.

Apparently, the moment was a triumph, because the entourage was seen celebrating with the Biebs at the top of the wall—which sort of reduces the credibility of any possible theory that the young star was actually too ill or weak to make the climb himself:  


There’s really very little need for any additional comment here; the photos can pretty much speak for themselves. Except, of course, to suggest that Justin Bieber must, very literally, be driving his entourage “up the wall.”

(Oh, come on. You knew it was coming.)

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David Tillman is an independent composer/arranger whose primary work involves writing jingles for commercials for radio and television, with several film and television placements to his credit as well. David has a fascination for all things related to the music business and the music industry in general, an obsession which his wife finds to be mildly unhealthy at times. His personal tastes in music are in electronica and industrial rock, and include The Chemical Brothers, Daft Punk and Nine Inch Nails (he loves that Trent Reznor is writing soundtracks!). When not in his office or in his man-cave, David enjoys skiing, hiking, the occasional game of golf, and sometimes just lounging by the pool. David lives with his wife and three children in Los Angeles, CA.

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