According to the Las Vegas Review Journal he did acountic sets in each elementary school classroom, talking with kids individually, while teenagers waited outside to catach a glimps of their heart throb.
Justin Bieber thrilled hundreds of underprivileged children yesterday when he performed at a private concert during a charitable visit to a Las Vegas school.
Students at low-income Whitney Elementary were ecstatic when the teen pop sensation took to the stage to sing songs from his Christmas album.
The 17-year-old's special appearance was filmed for The Ellen DeGeneres show.
He also treated the students, many who are homeless, to an additional $100,000 in Christmas gifts.
Superstore Target also matched Bieber's generous pledge, donating an additional $100,000 to the struggling school.
At the event Bieber spoke of his own family's financial struggles growing up.
He told them about a particular incident, where his family were forced to visit a food bank.
Students at the school were overjoyed that the young star had made good on his promise.
Fourth grade student Kyendi Harris told the Huffington Post: 'He really came for us. I'm so glad that he really came for us,'
'It was the best moment of my life,' she said.
Another student said she would never wash her hand again after Bieber high-fived her.
The institution helps underprivileged students by paying their family's bills, and providing them with clothes and food.
During a typical school day, most classmates are given a free or heavily discounted lunch.
'I'll pay your electrical bill, your utilities, I'll give you food or clothes, whatever you need, as long as you give me your child and then help raise that child as a person of character,' she told the talk show host.
'My biggest motivator for the kids and the thought and the hope that they don't have to live in this existence when they grow up – that they break the cycle,' added Gahn.
Click here for a multi-media presentation of the visit from the Las Vegas Review Journal.
Click here for the full RJ Print Story and photos.