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Entertainment: Bieber's 'Purpose' world tour grosses close to $200 million

Justin Bieber's 'Purpose' world tour has reportedly grossed $200 million.

The 'Love Yourself' hitmaker embarked on his string of performances in March 2016, which saw him jet across the globe until September 6 to wow crowds with his songs, and it is believed the profits made from his shows totalled a large sum of money spanning into a nine-digit figure.

According to Billboard, the Box Office has reportedly counted almost three million tickets have been sold over the 122-stop world tour.

World: British company offers tours of the Titantic for 'just' US$105,000

A British luxury travel company, Blue Marble Private, has started selling expensive tickets to the wreck site of the legendary Titanic.

The first 'Dive the Titanic' trip is scheduled for May 2018 at the cost of about US$105,000 (TT$711,490) per person.

Adjusted for inflation, the figure is equal to the price of an original Titanic first class ticket.

The eight-day tour will start with a helicopter ride from the city of St. John’s in Newfoundland, Canada to a yacht anchored near the Titanic’s resting place.