Justin Bieber may have disappointed his legion of fans with his shocking decision to cancel all remaining meet and greets for the rest of the ‘Purpose’ tour. But HollywoodLife.com has learned EXCLUSIVELY he plans to give the best concert of his life to make up for it!
Get ready for a whole new Justin Bieber! The 22-year-old knows he has to say “Sorry” in a major way to fans, so he plans on giving best concert ever March 23 as a way to make up for his canceling out on all of his future meet and greets. While he may not be getting up close and personal with his Beliebers anymore, he’s going to channel all that extra energy for the lucky fans in the audience, HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned.
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“With all the talk and people being angry over his meet and greets being cancelled, Justin is upset. But he wants to take these emotions and prove to his fans especially tonight that they still will have a great time and they will really love his concert, even if they don’t get a meet and greet,” an insider tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
“He is looking to prove his worth during the concert, but hopefully he doesn’t overcompensate and have a bad show instead. It is going to be a very interesting few hours to say the least,” our source adds. Justin is going to be performing his third and final show at Los Angeles’ Staples Center, and he obviously wants to blow away the crowd on his last night in town.
He’s already had Big Sean, 26, come in and surprise the audience for a duet of “No Pressure” on March 20, so maybe the Biebs will have another famous guest join him onstage! Stream Justin’s music, completely unlimited and ad-free, RIGHT HERE.
Justin mentioned in his meet and greet cancellation announcement that the experience had become so emotionally draining for him, it was making him exhausted and depressed. “The pressure of meeting people’s expectations of what I’m supposed to be is so much for me to handle and a lot on my shoulders. Never want to disappoint but I feel I would rather give you guys the show and my albums as promised,” he noted. It will be interesting to see if the level of energy at his concerts grows now that he’s not having to spend hours meeting fans.
HollywoodLifers, do you think Justin’s concerts will be even more amazing now that he’s not spending his energy on meet and greets?