Justin Bieber is reportedly tired of checking in to hotels on his trips to Dubai and is looking for a holiday home as a base for when he visits the Arab emirate.
The Canadian singer was originally planning on a short-term rental for his time in the city for two concerts in May, but is now looking at buying a permanent residence for when he fancies returning for a sunshine break.
A source told The Sun: "He was going to stay in a hotel but is now looking at houses with a view to a longer-term stay.
"Justin will have to behave, though."
It seems Justin wants more privacy too. Speaking to Ahlan! Live, an insider said: "He's tried to book in to several hotels, but each time he makes a booking his fans find out. It's turning into a security nightmare.
"He's thinking of buying somewhere to stay in then keeping it as a holiday home."
Justin is no stranger to causing controversy on his travels. This week the 19-year-old angered the public when he visited the Anne Frank Museum in Amsterdam and wrote a message in the guestbook saying that he hoped the Holocaust victim would have been a fan.
Bieber wrote: "Truly inspiring to be able to come here. Anne was a great girl. Hopefully she would have been a belieber."
And last month, Justin's pet monkey was seized by custom officials in Munich when he tried to sneak it into Europe on his private jet without having the papers for Mally.
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