More than 24 hours after Justin Bieber's arrest, the fan frenzy and media circus haven't stopped for a second.
A crowd has been gathered outside The Orchid House on South Beach since Thursday afternoon, when the 19-year-old bonded out of a Miami-Dade County jail after he was arrested early that morning.
Bieber hasn't officially been seen since then, though WPLG Local 10's Sky 10 spotted a man who looked like him standing in the courtyard of the mansion on Thursday.
Fans seem unfazed by the uncertainty, standing outside the property late into the night, attempting to serenade the teen pop star out of the home by singing his own songs.
"I've been looking [for him] for four days," Lucy Sanz, 15, said Thursday. "I haven't slept like two hours!"
"Yeah we've been going to school like so tired because we've been trying to meet him for so long," a friend added.
The pair had the same idea as dozens of other teenage "Beliebers" -- and scores of camera crews from all over, all waiting and hoping to get a glimpse -- and photo -- of the teenage pop star.
Just one shot of the star could be worth a lot, a freelance photographer told Local 10, saying he expected to be paid several thousand for just one good photo.
While Bieber hasn't been seen, the early morning hours of Friday weren't without some excitement outside the Orchid House.
Local 10 cameras spotted a group of young women brought to the door of the mansion in a black SUV. The group was let inside where it appears they spent some time before being picked up by the same car a short time later, walking through crowds of jealous fans.
The Orchid House is described on its website as a "secluded hideaway in the heart of South Beach." Bieber was escorted there on Monday by Opa-locka Police after landing at the Opa-locka Airport. The department has launched an internal investigation.