Bieber Fever has taken over one Norwegian city. Five schools in the Aspelund region of the country are being forced to reschedule their midterm exams to avoid a conflict with Justin Bieber's concerts.
According to "The Los Angeles Times" about 500 students who live in that part of the country have tickets to his Oslo shows later this month, and the eight-hour-long drive back from the capital would mean they would have to skip school and miss exams.
One of the school's principals told local broadcaster NRK that they realized it was "a battle" that they just "could not win this time."
Bieber himself seemed amused by the school's scheduling conflicts, tweeting a link to the story on Wednesday, with the caption "love this."
love this. "Schools in Norway move midterms so students can attend Justin Bieber concert" foxnews.com/entertainment/…— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) April 3, 2013
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