Justin Bieber’s personality may be able to stop traffic, but it won’t stop Halsey from joining him on his “Purpose World Tour.” In a new post on her Instagram, Halsey has been announced as support for three stops on Justin’s next trip to Europe. The news might come as a surprise to those who remember what Halsey had to say about working with Justin in the past.
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Justin Bieber made his 26th appearance to “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Monday with a few announcements. Getting the less important news out of the way, the singer revealed that he is single with no intent to start a relationship anytime soon. If Justin’s past is any indication, expect to see the singer hitting up Hailey Baldwin while he’s bored during his downtime or Sophia Richie.
Justin also announced that he will be going on a stadium tour next year. The singer has already been on the road since early 2016 and is now expected to tour the U.S. again starting August 5 of 2017.
It looks like Justin is trying to beat out Taylor Swift’s “The 1989 Tour” as the highest grossing concert tour.
Watch Justin’s interview and performance of “Cold Water” on “Ellen” below.
(Photo credit: justinbie8er94 Twitter account)
Justin Bieber is either trying to apologize for his recent concert behavior or he wants Latin America to get the same treatment as his UK fans, because he is extending his tour. The singer announced his new concert dates on Tuesday revealing that he will be enforcing his “no screaming” rule in countries like Mexico, Brazil, Costa Rica and more.
Lately the singer has been throwing temper tantrums while on stage, because, according to him, his fans are being “obnoxious” by screaming while he tries to talk. If Justin’s latest onstage outbursts are due to him being exhausted, extending his tour may not be the best decision.
The singer’s latest tour dates will now keep him on the road until April of 2017.
Check out Justin’s announcement below.
(Photo credits: Justin Bieber and TheirKidrauhl Twitter accounts)
Justin Bieber’s North American leg of the “Purpose World Tour” came to an end at Madison Square Garden Tuesday evening. The second night was just as star-studded as the first, but in relation to the guest performers. Jaden Smith hopped on stage to help Justin throw it back to 2010’s “Never Say Never.” The two shared a touching embrace after the performance, which they later discussed on Instagram.
Check out the video and the Instagram posts below.
(Photo credits: JBCrewdotcom Twitter account; Justin Bieber and Jaden Smith Instagram accounts)
Justin Bieber fans will no longer have to beat the rush, and the line, at Justin Bieber’s pop-up shops to score tour swag. The singer’s “Purpose World Tour” merchandise will be carried by Barneys New York as an exclusive capsule collection through Bravado. This is the first time a retailer has launched a line of tour apparel.
As much as Justin Bieber struggles to sing live, he seems to have more problems trying to stay on his two feet. During a performance of “Sorry” at the Jacksonville stop of his “Purpose World Tour,” Justin got into a water fight with one of his backup dancers. It resulted in Justin falling through the stage.
Wednesday night’s fall makes this the third time Justin has been recorded falling on stage since the start of his tour.
Take a look at Justin’s fall below.
(Photo credit: NothingLikeMyJB Twitter account)