Justin Bieber has once again proven that he knows how to party! The “Sorry” singer was photographed allegedly tipsy leaving the Brit Awards after-party, which he hosted himself at Tape nightclub in London, according to the Daily Mail.
Leaving the venue in the early hours of the morning, Justin Bieber was trying to act naturally, but he failed. The fact that the “What Do You Mean?” singer, who won the Best International Male Solo artist award that night, had a joyful celebration was written all over his face.
(February 24) More Photos of Justin Bieber outside of Tape nightclub in London today. (8) pic.twitter.com/vAUuxkRAIn
— Justin Bieber News (@JBiebersUpdate_) February 24, 2016
However, according to some reports, Justin Bieber was leaving the venue “fuming” after a fight broke out at his own party over the club’s strict “no camera” policy.
According to the Mirror, citing a source familiar with the incident, someone was trying to get a photo of the 21-year-old “Love Yourself” singer.
“Bieber looked fuming and the whole thing descended into chaos. Everyone was pushing and shoving. The man was dragged inside and everyone was pushed out.”
During his performance at the Brit Awards 2016 ceremony, Justin Bieber rocked white Vans from the viral “Damn Daniel” video… or did he? According to Hollywood Life, it wasn’t the first time the Canadian singer was wearing those white Vans, but the viral video may have inspired him to wear them for this year’s British music event.
Justin Bieber defeats Daniel, as the singer was the first one to show off his white sneakers. Bieber’s fans noted that the singer rocked these killer white Vans at multiple music events such as the 2015 American Music Awards and the 2015 EMAs. And now also at the Brits 2016.
For those unfamiliar with the viral “Damn Daniel” video: Josh Holz, based in Riverside, Calif., turned his classmate Daniel Lara into a true international viral sensation after posting a Twitter video, in which he repeats “Damn Daniel!” over and over again each day when his classmate would show up with killer new shoes.
You can watch the viral “Damn Daniel!” video below.
During his Brit Awards 2016 fiery performance, Justin Bieber showered the stage with fire and then showed off his dance moves, performing his hit single “Sorry.” And that’s while wearing those white sneakers!
Justin Bieber, who currently rocks the Billboard charts with his three singles: “Love Yourself,” “Sorry” and “What Do You Mean?” was awarded with the best international solo male singer award.
It appears that there is no feud between Adele and Justin Bieber, and the two have proved it during the Brit Awards on Wednesday. The two were caught on camera sharing a quick kiss on the cheek, according to Us Magazine.
— On Air/Ryan Seacrest (@OnAirWithRyan) February 24, 2016
Adele, who dominated the ceremony by winning four awards, was making her way to the stage to accept one of the awards, and all of a sudden Justin Bieber appeared and leaned in for a kiss on the cheek. Such a sweet moment. Especially after reports that Bieber may had something to do with the sound problems during Adele’s Grammys performance.
However, Adele then denied reports that Justin Bieber is to blame for the technical issues during her performance. The “Hello” singer took to her Twitter account to say that microphones fell onto the piano strings and caused audio issues.
The piano mics fell on to the piano strings, that’s what the guitar sound was. It made it sound out of tune. Sh*t happens. X
— Adele (@Adele) February 16, 2016
Apparently, by winning the Best International Male at the Brits this year, Justin Bieber can now be considered a serious “adult” artist, according to the Independent. Beating such big names of the music industry as Kendrick Lamar, Drake and Father John Misty, Bieber claimed the best international male artist award on Wednesday.
The newspaper also notes that Justin Bieber now presents himself as “a humble Christian, who abandoned his ‘lost’ party days after hearing a voice from a higher power.”
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