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5 famous people coming to Toronto this May

Toronto is about get a little more star-studded this May, with celebs like BeyoncĂŠ and Bieber slated to touch down in the city. While its more than likely that you won't be able to get last minute tickets to their events, you may be able to catch a glance of them dining at Fring's or checking into their five star accommodations.

Here are some famous faces coming to Toronto this May.

Dan & Phil (May 7-8)
YouTube's golden boys Dan Howell and Phil Lester are hitting the Sony Centre on May 7 and 8 for their joint show, The Amazing Tour is Not on Fire. The two U.K.-based web personalities are known for their lol-worthy vlogs, challenges and sketches and have garnered millions of views for their online antics. Expect to see all that brought to life when they hit the stage.

Chelsea Clinton (May 16)
Chelsea Clinton is hitting town mid-May to discuss her work as Vice Chair of the Clinton Foundation and her solo efforts. The conversation will focus on her role in the foundation and its efforts in aiding health systems in developing countries, fighting climate change and more. Fingers crossed that the talk includes a little bit of Trump trashing.

Justin Bieber (May 18-19)
The Biebs is back in Toronto this May for a two-day stint at the ACC. As expected, Beliebers took to Ticketmaster immediately after passes were released, selling out the show before casual fans could even consider snagging tickets. So, unless you're OK will dropping around $1000 on Official Platinum Seats, you'll have to take a leap of faith with Craigslist or StubHub.

Selena Gomez (May 22)
Almost as soon as her former flame skips town, the reigning Queen of Instagram will touch down in our fair city. On May 22, Selena will take to the stage at the ACC for the Toronto stop of her Revival Tour. DNCE (helmed by Joe Jonas) is opening the show, so you'll be getting a double dose of ex-Disney performances.

BeyoncĂŠ (May 25)
Ok, Beyhive, now let's get in formation. Queen B is headed to the Rogers Centre at the end of the month for her latest world tour. Tickets sold out in a flash, so you'll either have to spend double the initial cost on StubHub or cross your fingers that you'll see her buying Blue Ivy a cone at Sweet Jesus (unlikely).

Who are you stoked to see? Let us know in the comments.

Photo via Beyonce on Facebook.

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