Justin Bieber visited St. Andrew's School in Boca Raton, Florida, yesterday to thank his young fans for supporting one of his favorite charities. Clad in a backwards blue baseball cap, gray t-shirt, sunglasses and gold chain, Bieber arrived to a parking lot of adoring fans at the school.
Justin then walked inside the school and further expressed his appreciation for the student body's fund raising efforts in support of the worldwide youth development and leadership charity, Pencils of Promise. The school reportedly raised a whopping $51,000 for the charity, which, apparently, was enough for Biebs to make an in person visit.
The visit comes after news that the eighteen-year-old "Never Say Never" singer will be performing a collaboration with Taylor Swift on his new record, "Believe." While hip hop megastars Kanye West and Drake have already been announced as guest performers on the album, Bieber says that his duet with Taylor will make the new album extra special: "It's crazy. I mean I even wrote a song with Taylor Swift, so the whole album ranges differently."
These are certainly exciting times for the young superstar, but yesterday's event clearly showed that he is not letting it all go to his head. Once again Justin Bieber has shown that he is perhaps as good a person as he is a teeny-bopping icon and musical performer. Justin Bieber fans worldwide can not wait to hear what the new album has in store, especially the surprising duet with country crossover star, Taylor Swift.