Friday, September 30, 2022

Watch Justin Bieber Play The Beatles, One Repbulic Karaoke At A Toronto Bar

Sometimes one of the world’s biggest pop stars just wants to wander the streets of his home country, have a few pints at a sports bub, and watch the game. That’s exactly what Justin Bieber did last Friday, as he took a much-needed break from his massive Purpose World Tour.

According to CBC, Bieber was friendly and gracious to both staff and patrons at The Fifth Pubhouse. Dale McDermott, who works at the establishment, told CBC, the experience was “surreal.”

At one point Bieber noticed the pub’s grand piano and asked if he could play. Of course the workers agreed and Bieber played everything from Beethoven’s “Fur Elise” to a stripped-down version of his megahit “Sorry.” He also covered The Beatles “Let It Be” as well as Timbaland and One Republic’s hit “Apologize.” Bieber invited everyone to participate and ended up hosting a little singalong.

You can watch Bieber’s small karaoke session below.

 

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