INTERNATIONAL pop sensation Justin Bieber gave an Ipswich girl a night to remember during his premiere performance in Australia - giving the teen her first bouquet of flowers.

Chloe Kearton was called on stage in front of 13,500 screaming fans at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre by the Canadian heartthrob for his rendition of the hit, One Less Lonely Girl.

Bieber serenaded the Ipswich teen as she sat on a chair in the centre of the stage, looking into her eyes and holding her in front of thousands of fans.

The 15-year-old said the moment she was called to share the stage with her singing idol was easily "just the best moment of my life".

Chloe had hoped to be the girl Bieber called up on stage, a part of the show Bieber incorporates into every concert, and when one of the pop star's minders approached her it was a dream come true.

"I was so shocked because there were so many people there and she chose me," she said.

She said she felt like the only girl in the room.

"I didn't even know I was on stage."

After the song finished the pair ran off stage together but there was no time for small talk - Bieber had to change outfits for the next part of his show.

He gave her a bunch of 18 red roses during the performance.

The bouquet was made all the more special because it was the first Chloe had received from a boy.

"Those are the first flowers I've ever gotten from a guy and they are from Justin Bieber," the star-struck teen said.

After her brush with Bieber, Chloe got a first-hand taste of life surrounded by paparazzi.

"So many people stopped me to have a photo. I was stopped about 20 times," she said.

Chloe went to the concert with a friend, who recorded the rendition on her phone.

She said her friend was happy for her.

Chole's dad Jason Kearton, former Everton goalkeeper and current Brisbane Roar goalkeeping coach, said his daughter enjoyed a memorable moment of fame.

"She was tickled pink. She's the talk of the town," he said.

The dancer appeared on radio about her experience.

The proud dad said all Chloe's school mates were asking what he was like after her brush with fame.

Bieber performed his second Brisbane show last night, it is the first time he has appeared in Brisbane since 2009.

He continues his national tour which ends in Perth next month.


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