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The title of Justin Bieber’s latest single is “Die in Your Arms.”

Now we can only hope this won’t be the singer’s fate as he tries to navigate his way through the streets of Norway.

Bieber is in Oslo to perform four songs outside that city’s famous opera house – as part of Justin Bieber: All Around the World, a special that airs June 21 on NBC – but crazed followers from around Europe have created a positively chaotic scene that has led police to nearly declare a state of emergency.

Justin Bieber Fans Flip Out in Norway

With Justin in a secret, secure location, authorities are urging him to hurry up and take the stage so they can then clear the streets – but so far the Biebs has simply responded to the mass hysteria via a Tweet that reads:

“…for the show to happen u must all listen to the police. we are all concerned for your safety and i want what is best for u. please listen.”

This is far from the first time that overly enthusiastic Justin Bieber fans have caused violent problems.

Heck, fans in New Zealand once trampled his mom! Seriously, people, try to relax. His hair isn’t that adorable.

UPDATE: Bieber debuted two new songs once he took the stage: “All Around The World” and “As Long As You Love Me.”