Justin Bieber fansin New York city were in for a real treat as their ‘Baby’ boy gave an electrifying performance onstage on ‘Today’ show. The fans who braved the rains and even camped days prior to the concert day near the site were not disappointed a bit.
Wearing a white shirt with black pants contrast, Justin lighted up the stage singing his hit tracks one after another. His attire was well matched with striking white and black shoes and he looked at his elegant best on them. Justin Bieber fans were also lucky to get a peek of Bieber’s blue underpants as he was seen with his crew adjusting his wiring gig on stage.
MTV news caught up with some of the fans who shared their experience watching Bieber perform. “The performance was amazing,” Lacey told MTV News. “We saw his face — his actual personal face.
She added,”"His new album is definitely his best. He sounds more mature,” before adding that a true Belieber is “someone who would be willing to drive four hours after working an eight-hour shift to catch a mere glimpse of him.”
Justin Bieber’s new album ‘Believe’ releases on June 19th and he gave the crowd many moments to swoon for. Singing bits from his latest albums, he also wooed the crowd with his old hit ‘Baby’ bringing back the nostalgic old times of him. Rapper Big Sean joined Bieber on stage to sing along the song ‘As Long as You Love Me’.
Julietta, one of Justin’s die hard fans said,”My favorite part of the concert was when he sang ‘Die in Your Arms,’ because he just showed the romantic side of him.” another fan Kim loved that Bieber sang his older hits along with his new matured tracks. “I really liked when he sang ‘Baby’ because it just kind of brought back old times,” she said. “And it was cool: My favorite song is ‘All Around the World’ cause it’s really upbeat and catchy.”
The shows which have been success throughout Justin Bieber’s Europe tour to promote his new album sends a message in a way to all his fans. The ‘Believe’ tour kicks off this September and the fans should have an idea of how awesome the entire concert tour is going to be.