Justin Bieber graffitis hotel wall
Justin Bieber spray paints an outside wall of the luxury QT Hotel on the Gold Coast Wednesday, before posting pictures of his handiwork on Instagram.PT1M28S http://www.canberratimes.com.au/action/externalEmbeddedPlayer?id=d-2yb78 620 349 November 28, 2013
Justin Bieber has unleashed his artistic side while staying on the Gold Coast, a stone's throw from thousands of celebrating 17- and 18-year-old 'schoolies'.
The 19-year-old singer used spray paint cans to decorate the tennis courts of the exclusive QT hotel in Surfers Paradise with street art in the early hours of Wednesday morning. As soon as word got out about the painting, teens staying in the area flocked to see the "JB" daub.
The “Bieberfiti” includes Pacman-style ghosts, colourful monsters, disembodied faces and even a Spongebob Squarepants-style creature with crosses for eyes.
Spray paint cans can be clearly seen at the tennis courts of the QT Hotel, after Justin Bieber wound down after his first Australian concert by unleashing his artistic side. Photo: Evan Davis
Bieber posted one of his works on his Instagram account, which has since been liked by 494,000 followers on the social media network.
When contacted by Fairfax Media, the hotel said it was unable to comment.
In Queensland for three days as part of his international Believe tour, Bieber performed at Brisbane's Entertainment Centre on Tuesday, where he will again perform on Wednesday.
Graffiti left by Justin Bieber at his Gold Coast hotel after his first Australian concert. Photo: Evan Davis
The singer was spotted - and instantly photographed and tweeted about - buying dinner from KFC before his first Brisbane concert and then reportedly heading to Sin City nightclub.
He partied at a penthouse suite in the Moroccan hotel with a group of women after a visit to Sin City on Monday night.
On Tuesday, a small crowd of "Beliebers" set up camp outside the hotel from about 5am to see pop star, only to be rewarded with a fleeting view of his car as it pulled into the exclusive hotel.
Justin Bieber has his photo taken with fans in Brisbane on November 24, 2013. Photo: Getty
Fans waiting at the hotel on Wednesday afternoon were told that the 19-year-old was surfing.
"We eat, we sleep, we breathe Justin Bieber, we listen to him every night before we go to sleep," said 17-year-old Codie-Lee Page from Park Ridge, who attended schoolies at the Gold Coast last week.
She travelled with 15-year-old Naomi Armstrong, from Regent's Park, to Surfers Paradise by train to stake out the court with the hope of seeing Bieber.
"If I met him I'd cry, I'd probably pass out. Or die," said Naomi.
Bieber will play his first show in Sydney on Friday night.