Last night, Justin Bieber, along with a few friends and guards, paid an after-hours visit to the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam. The Anne Frank House is the house where Anne Frank, along with several other Jews, hid from the Nazis for two years before eventually being found by them and killed. It's where she wrote her famous diary, the one that has become required reading in school rooms everywhere. And if she could have just escaped the Nazis and been born in 1992, Justin Bieber would like to believe that she would have been a big fan of his.

The Anne Frank Museum posted on their Facebook page a transcription of what Bieber wrote in the guest book after his moving visit, "Truly inspiring to be able to come here. Anne was a great girl. Hopefully she would have been a belieber."

Here's a picture of Justin swaggin' out at the museum. Hell yeah, Justin.

BBC Hague correspondent Anna Holligan reached the Anne Frank House press office, who commented that, "He's 19, it's a strange life he's living, it wasn't very sensible but he didn't mean bad..."