Justin Bieber debuted two new songs at a student event in Manchester on Tuesday evening (25.10.16).

The 'Sorry' hitmaker - who is currently in the UK on his 'Purpose World Tour' - surprised a club full of people when he walked in with members of the Manchester Hockey team and performed two tracks including one called 'Close To You' at the 'Taboo' event held at the Tiger Tiger nightclub in the city in the north of England.

A source told The Sun Online: ''It was absolute carnage when Justin walked in with his entourage just after midnight.

He was with around 20 people and some of the Manchester Hockey team who he'd been hanging out with earlier in the evening in Altrincham.

''Rather than just stick to the VIP area he was up partying with people and jumped into the DJ booth to play two new tracks and then left just after 3AM by the fire exit.''

Despite partying with the Manchester crowd of around 2000, the global superstar recently hit out at his fans during his set at nearby Manchester Arena.

He told fans: ''I appreciate all the support, I appreciate love I appreciate the kind things.

But the screaming in these breaks has got to stop. Please and thank you.

''I don't think it's necessary when I'm trying to say something and you guys are screaming.''

After receiving an echo of boos from the audience the star walked off the stage for two minutes.

Seeming to have a pet hate for screaming, he also hit out at fans in Birmingham, West Midlands, where he called his fans 'obnoxious.'

He told the audience: ''Just try to show me you love me, in a different way. I get it.

''The screaming is just so obnoxious.

''I get it, it's been in our blood and it's been grand, you go to a concert and scream and stuff.

''But if we could just ... scream after the song, enjoy the songs ... the screaming is awesome, it's fine, and then we take a chill pill for a second and we just listen to me speak.''

The 'Love Yourself' hitmaker will resume his 'Purpose Tour' on Wednesday night (26.10.16) at the Motorpoint Arena in Sheffield, West Yorkshire.