Beliebers, get ready to scream.
You might have a chance to come face to face with Canadian teen pop sensation Justin Bieber.
One Straits Times reader will be able to attend a meet-and-greet session with Bieber when he comes to Singapore for the Formula One Grand Prix's closing concert at the Padang Stage.
This is on top of winning a pair of tickets (worth $296) to the concert on Sept 23, the day after the race at the Marina Bay street circuit.
Another 30 fans will each win a pair of tickets to the concert.
This contest is part of The Straits Times Appreciates Readers (Star) programme, which actively engages and rewards Straits Times readers and the community.
Bieber, 19, joins acts such as The Killers, which play on Sept 21, and Rihanna, who will be performing on Sept 22. This is the first time that a closing concert is being held for the F1 race in Singapore.
Bieber has received numerous accolades since he shot to fame after being discovered on YouTube in 2007, such as the Artist Of The Year award in the 2012 American Music Awards and being nominated for the Best New Artist award at the 2011 Grammy Awards.
This is the second time that he will be performing a full-length concert in Singapore. His first was at the Singapore Indoor Stadium in April 2011.
To stand a chance to meet Bieber, Straits Times readers have to send in a creative entry to the ST Communities website on anything related to the star, be it singing, dancing or even impersonating him.
The entries, which may take the form of posters, photo montages or videos, can be submitted from today till noon on Aug 22.
The five best contributions will be shortlisted by judges and the winner will be determined by public voting, which will start on Aug 26 and end on Aug 29.
Results will be announced the next day. To enter the contest, go to bit.ly/1csOmWe