In the wake of surge of frenzied fans descending on his motorcade as he exited a London Studio - Pop heart-throb Justin Bieber - was forced to tweet an urgent message to ecstatic fans.
"Don't bang on the car windows. Someone might get hurt," he cautioned from inside the comfy environs of a chauffered vehicle as a mob of anxious girls overtaken by emotion swarmed all around with the hope of catching a mere glimpse of the object of their desire.
Justin Bieber is the latest pop sensation to break onto the entertainment scene at the tender age of 16.
The cute singer - discovered on YouTube by a jaded music promoter (Scooter Braun) with a keen eye towards talent - soared into the lofty teeny-bopper stratosphere shortly after an audition with USHER resulted in a recording contract with Island records which struck chart-topping gold.
Subsequently, Bieber is currently taking the world by storm.
The 1st part of a two-part debut album titled - "My World" - has been well-received by music critics, too.
A handful of the original tunes - "One Time", "One Less Lonely Girl", "Love Me", and "Favorite Girl" - took off like a bullet and landed in the top 15 slot on the Canada's Hot 100 and Top 40 hits on the Billboard Hot 100.
Bieber is the only musician in Billboard history to have four singles from a debut album chart in the Top 40 of the Hot 100 before an album's actual release.
In the first week after its initial splash onto the music scene, Bieber was able to boast that 137,000 copies flew off the shelves, no problem..
In fact, "My World" debuted at #1 on the Canadian Albums Chart and went Gold in a week.
In less than a month the album was certified Platinum in Canada.
Bieber became the first artist to have all songs from a single album to chart in the U.S. Hot 100, too.
"I sing about girls," he confessed ruefully to one reporter in a recent interview after admitting pretty young ladies turned him on.
Because of his own crush on Beyonce - who he met recently amid a lot of fanfare - he understands the need to give his fans a bit of up-close personal attention whenever possible.
"I give them a hug. Sign autographs, that sort-of-thing," he beamed.
Of late, Bieber has been a mainstay on popular shows on the TV circuit such as Lopez Tonight, the Ellen DeGeneres Show, Chelsea Lately, and Good Morning America (to name a few), which has heightened his International image somewhat.
The likeable musical phenomenon sang for the President and the 1st lady recently at a White House Christmas celebration which was a televised event to benefit the National Children's Medical Center.
High-profile events such as these have caused many to tout Bieber as a positive influence on North American youth.
Just prior to a recent trek on stage to perform, the singer huddled with his devoted handlers for a moment of prayer, which also sat well with the squeaky clean image he savors.
But, every day on the concert trail is not all that rosy, though.
At a scheduled concert in Long Island, for instance, a near riot broke out due to a crowd control problem which got out of hand.
Allegedly - after a fan screamed out that Bieber was in a local Abercrombie Kids store - mayhem broke out as concert-goers swarmed the retail outlet.
Police feared that the crowd (cramming the mall's upstairs corridor) would force a metal-and-glass railing to snap and possible send hundreds of girls tumbling to the lower level.
Therefore, the police denied entry to Bieber because of the potential danger.
"It was so crazy that I couldn't get to even come in the building," the singer lamented later on a popular radio show.
No hoody purchases that day, folks!
"They basically threatened to put me in cuffs and send me away to jail."
Oh my Gosh!
The price of Pop Stardom, I guess!