Bieber wows Iraq soldier`s daughters with limo surprise

London: Pop sensation Justin Bieber gave the surprise of a lifetime to three young daughters of a US soldier posted in Iraq when he turned up at their door step, ready to take them for a ride in his limousine.

The 16-year-old teamed up with Oprah Winfrey to give a special surprise to the three young fans who had earlier missed out on seeing their idol in concert when their father was sent to serve in Iraq, reported Contactmusic.

Cameras captured the three girls chatting to their dad via Skype in `Operation Justin Bieber`. Their father told them that they were going to Chicago, Illinois to meet Bieber and Oprah. The stunned girls screamed, sobbed and danced around the room, yelling, "Thank you daddy!"

But they were in for a bigger treat when they arrived in the city on Monday and saw the pop star sitting in the front seat of a limousine, to pick them up for some icecream.

The singer not only treated them to some icecream, but they also saw him in a private concert as he rehearsed for his performance on Oprah`s show.

The girls` soldier father appeared via Skype on the show and thanked Winfrey for making him "Father of the Year".