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JUSTIN BIEBER Forced to Cancel Oman Concert Because He's Too Good-Looking?

Justin Bieber cancelled his May 6 show in the Middle Eastern country of Muscat, Oman for his "Believe" World Tour. He added a second show in Dubai on May 5 to make it up to his fans. However, the real reason he was forced to cancel his show in Oman is because Oman is a strict Islamic nation and was uncomfortable allowing Bieber to perform there because he is just too good-looking. Justin's show was stopped by hardline Muslim leaders who feared that the "moral health" of their women would be compromised due to Justin's good looks. After the cancellation, an aggressive anti-Bieber campaign formed on various websites, forums, and blogs. A source in Oman said, "Many people here were horrified by what they had heard about Bieber." The source continued, "People didn't want him coming to Oman. He was called a reprobate and words were used like debauchery and Haraam, which in Islam means a sinful act that displeases God." Justin — who must be acquainted to bad press by now — added a second show in Dubai to make up for his canceled concert. His apparent need to be shirtless could have something to do with the Islamic nation's concerns. The source explained, "In Islamic countries you can't run around with your shirt off." Story Credit: Justin Tour Information: Ticketmaster: Tour Tracker: Sincerely, Celebrity Talk With "Q" TheSuperCelebs Justin Bieber cancels Oman Concert Justin Bieber cancels Oman Concert Justin Bieber cancels Oman Concert Justin Bieber cancels Oman Concert Belieber Biebs Believe World Tour, Justin Bieber, Bieber, Biebs, Beliebers, pop, hip hop, R&B, Timbaland, Justin Bieber cancels Oman Concert, Muscat, Oman, Islamic, Muslim, too good looking, too handsome, Selena Gomez, Muslim, Muslim leaders, concert, tour, show, Justin Bieber cancels Oman Show, Justin Bieber Cancels Oman Concert, the real reason Justin Bieber cancels Oman Concert, Celebrity Talk With Q, TheSuperCelebs
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