Here, we see Justin Bieber in his natural habitat. The magnificent creature entertains crowds with a tribal dance surrounded by fire underneath the full moon. This particular ritual has been carried out more recently during what is known as the ‘Purpose World Tour’. Crowds of screaming girls flock to the scenes and are commonly part of the ‘Belieber’ tribe.
Okay, so we needn’t get all David Attenborough on this, ya’ll know who he is… which is what makes it even more interesting that he was spotted in Canadian pub, Fifth Pubhouse.
Not only did he have a drink with the locals, Justin also decided to serenade them with a totally beautiful cover of ‘Let it Be’ by The Beatles. Check it out below!
Justin Bieber playing "Let It Be" at a bar in Toronto today. (November 4) pic.twitter.com/pMtYTRG9Ka
— Purpose World Tour (@JustinTourUpd) November 5, 2016
Of course, the pub joined in to sing along with him. We’re just super impressed with how perfectly he covers the song, and it’s giving us flashbacks to his early days as a kid singing covers on YouTube .
He also sang a piano version of his hit single ‘Sorry’, which is too damn flawless.
Why can’t this happen in our local?! Serious FOMO here. Is anyone getting vibes of a new acoustic album, like ‘Believe’? We’ll keep our fingers crossed on that one!
What do you think of this cover? Do you prefer Justin’s stripped back sound? Let us know below in the comments box below!