Justin Bieber Breaks Down In Tear After Performing ‘What Do You Mean’ on VMA

By Sohini Biswas | 2 years ago
Justin Bieber Breaks Down In Tear After Performing ‘What Do You Mean’ on VMA

Justin Bieber has made a victorious comeback with his live performance at the MTV Video Music Award show ever since 2010, but the young singer broke down in tears after performing his new single “What Do You Mean” from his highly anticipated new album. Read on.

The 22-year-old pop star started his staging with the Skrillex and Diplo track “Where Are U Now?” and moved on to performing his latest single “What Do You Mean,” while he dolled up all in black. According to Daily Mail, it’s the first time that Bieber has performed at the ceremony in five years.

Having grabbed all the attention from the crowd showing off his nosedive in a Peter Pan-style- Bieber covered his face with his hands and broke down crying. Just when host Miley Cyrus appeared again on stage and tried to ease the whole situation by making fun of the baby singer’s age telling him “when he’s legal.”

Bieber’s comeback performance at the 2015 award show started off as an encounter, while the pop star picked up his appearance right after his commercial break and stepped into the spotlight. At first, Bieber sang alone and then he was joined by male dancers who exploded the stage. Towards the end while singing the final verse, a voice over told his Beliebers to have faith and talked about how “life is a journey.”

Justin Bieber’s next album is due for release this November and an insider close to this new projected has revealed to EW, that it’s all about his experience of being himself and include some personal stuff and ballads.


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Sohini is a writer by profession and painter by birth. She is also a bookworm and is involved in various gender empowerment activities. When she’s not playing with words, she is most likely busy painting or sculpting her imagery.