This time, Justin Bieber’s representatives are not going to take change to let the Canadian singer and songwriter go live, as they are terrified from their previous bad experiences. He will be first interviewed and the pre-tapped version will be aired to avoid any problem whatsoever. Read below to get a scoop of it.
The “Under the Mistletoe” album singer Bieber is all set to release his new single on August 28. According to Refinery29, the popular stars and singers starting from Kendall Jenner to Larry King are already on the go to promote his newest tune on social media.
As told by 21-year old Bieber in an interview with Ryan Seacrest, the lyrics of the upcoming new single are about how “girls are often flip-floppy, they say something, and then they something else.”
As reported by Page Six, the representatives of pop brat will not take the risk anymore by allowing him to embarrass himself on a New York media blitz while promoting his newest single. Due to his unnatural behaviour while going live, he publicly apologized for several times, which also included throwing eggs at a neighbour’s residence and a DUI arrest. Hence, he will only be allowed to give pre-taped interviews through which he would be able to promote his newest single.
On Monday, Beiber reportedly went to a studio for Elvis Duran Z100 show with a purpose to tape an interview that is slated to be aired on Friday. The “My World” album singer, however, commented something reverse to his nature in a recent mea culpa (the Latin phrase that means “through my fault”) on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”
“A lot of times we pretend so that we can fit in, and we end up looking like the douchebag . . . That was kind of me,” he replied.
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