Anxious fans descend on downtown Tulsa Wednesday hoping to get a picture of pop-star Justin Bieber.
The musician is in town for a concert Wednesday night inside the BOK Center.
KTUL.com caught up with the first fan in line outside the doors, more than six hours before the show began.
She drove all the way from Miami, Okla. to see Bieber, and was at the head of a line that was already 20-strong around 2:30 Wednesday afternoon.
Crowds also gathered near the BOK Center's loading docks hoping to see "The Bieb" step off his bus. Bieber reportedly stayed overnight Tuesday at the Mayo Hotel, where yet another crowd of fans waited to see the star.
A handful of photos showing Bieber driving around downtown Tulsa popped up on Twitter.
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