Sometimes being Justin Bieber can be difficult. You perform, you cry, but when the cameraman doesn’t catch the right angle, what are you supposed to do? Well, Justin has decided to resort to yelling while his mic is still on.
Early Thursday morning Justin Bieber put on a brave face to sing and dance in the rain for a “Today” show concert. The only issue during the shoot was that Bieber was not happy with how close the cameraman got to him, impeding his dance moves. Bieber began to complain while his mic was still hot.
“Next time I won’t dance because the camera’s here the whole time. Might as well not dance. What do I do this for if they’re just gonna…”
Before his rant could continue, producers on “Today” cut Bieber off and went straight to commercial, but the damage was already done.
It was clear Bieber got over himself and the issues with the “Today” crew because he continued to preform throughout the show, including his two new songs, “Boyfriend” and “Baby.”
Fans must have put Justin Bieber in a good mood since he rocked a new hair style. The new platinum blond reportedly spent two hours to get his new hairdo. The Biebs asked the crowd, “You guys like the hair?” The crowd screamed their approval, according to The NY Daily News.
Some fans waited overnight to see Bieber perform his number one hit, “What Do You Mean?” Justin Bieber recently earned a spot in the Guinness World Records book, which honors him for being the youngest male artist to have a song debut at the top of the Billboard Hot 100. For the unaware, Bieber is only 21-years-old.
After being asked how it felt to return to the spotlight, Bieber responded, “I didn’t really leave, but I took a little time to do some soul searching for sure.” He added that it felt “amazing” to feel the acceptance of his return during his 2015 VMA performance, hence why he got emotional.
If Bieber was looking to come back with a new image, his little tantrum at “Today” may have not been the best idea. The Bieber tantrum was cut from the west coast airing of the “Today” show. If you missed out, don’t worry. The Internet has preserved the moment so you can witness it yourself.
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