We waited for my wristband and lanyard for about 20 minutes. At this point I was teary, and everyone was looking at me like, “Er why’s she upset?” We waited, then for about another half an hour they explained to us what would be happening and they did a raffle. I was about 20th in line out of something like 150 people. Because we had to go around a corner and into a room with a curtain, I wasn’t expecting Justin to be right there. When I saw him, I startled myself and was basically hyperventilating when the curtain was drawn back for the person in front of me, but I had to keep it together. When I was asked to step in, I ran right over to him, and went on the furthest side to the curtain. Literally I was so mesmerized by his face I couldn’t look away, it was just absolutely flawless. As this was happening, I whispered, “Oh my gosh. I love you so much, thank you for all you’ve done for me,” and he replied with, “I just make music.” Then the photo was taken so quickly and I was grabbed by security. Before I went in, I was told to leave presents for Justin on a table outside but I deliberately didn’t, so when I was next to him, I said, “Can I give you this.” It was a necklace dog tag photo frame of him and his mother on the inside. He grabbed it off me and was about to give it to his bodyguard, but looked down and seen it was of him and his mum, so put it in his pocket instead. After that, I was literally on the floor SOBBING. Like I’ve never ever cried that much, I felt so sick and this time I didn’t care who was looking at me. Some girls who were standing outside the exit were congratulating me, it was so sweet the way they were genuinely happy for me. They told me that I was the only one they’d seen crying. I was then interviewed for the Sunday People and went to the concert where I caught the T-shirt Tay James threw out to the crowd. As I was really close, Justin sang, making eye contact with me for a few bars of ‘Believe’ and ‘Be Alright,’ and it was so perfect. I knew he was special and I could feel it.