CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Fans from all over Ohio came out in droves to see Justin Bieber perform at The Q on Tuesday night.
But there may be one Belieber in particular that may be more dedicated than the others.
22-year-old Kailie Henry fell on the way to the Justin Bieber concert and broke her collarbone.
But that didn't stop her from seeing her favorite singer.
It definitely was a night she'll never forget.
Henry's dream finally came true on Tuesday. She counted down the last 167 days until she could see Justin Bieber in concert.
It just went a little differently than she imagined.
This mega fan from Cuyahoga Falls was leaving the casino downtown on her way to the concert when she fell and broke her collarbone.
"She was skipping and yelling and the whole parking lot, you could hear 'Justin Bieber' through the whole thing. Everybody was watching -- what's going on? And then she fell, it was like oh!" said her friend Michelle Grimes.
"It hurt pretty bad [sic], and I was like I have to -- I can't not go to this concert," Henry said.
So Kailie's friend Michelle improvised and made a sling out of a T-shirt so they could head to the concert at The Q.
"She instantly started crying, and I thought, 'oh no, it's the injury,'" Grimes said.
But that wasn't it.
Kailie's mom surprised them with club level tickets right near the stage.
"It was totally worth it, it was worth every minute of it, I cried," she said.
She says the pain started to fade away as the concert went on.
"He's the man of my dreams, it was the best night of my life," Henry said. "It was just all of the adrenaline of 'oh my God, he's right there, he's right there."
This Belieber takes being a fan seriously. When her phone rings, Justin Bieber songs play.
She wears a necklace with his name on it everywhere and her TVs are always playing his concerts.
All of Kailie's social media accounts pay tribute to him, too.
"I'd totally do it over again, even with the pain, finding out I broke my collarbone," she said.
"It's an experience we'll never forget," Grimes said.
Kailie actually didn't make it to the hospital until Wednesday morning.
The concert let out late Tuesday night and she still had to make the drive home.
She's wearing a brace now and doing just fine.
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