The Biebs has done it again. Justin stole the show on Tuesday, Dec. 15 when he took the stage to perform ‘Sorry’ during the season nine finale of ‘The Voice.’ Let’s just say, it was amazing!
I’m not going to lie — I may have been swooning during Justin Bieber‘s performance on the finale of The Voice and it was worth the wait. The 21-year-old performed his latest hit from Purpose right before the winner was announced, at the end of the night — it’s no surprise they left him for last! Of course, judges Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, Pharrell and Adam Levine were all completely rocking out during the performance — just like we were. Did you love it?
Justin started out very simple — slow, actually playing the keyboard. He actually changed/combined the lyrics of his first verse and later verse. Instead of ending the opening with, “I hope I don’t run out of time, could someone call a referee/Cause I just need one more shot at forgiveness,” he sang, “I hope I don’t run out of time, could someone call a referee/
Can we both say the words and forget this?”
So, did he mess up or just combine his verses? Well either way, he sounded amazing! He then stood up from the keyboard and joined by a huge group of female dancers in the background while the song picked up.
Justin wore a cute black baseball cap, brown pants and tee with a sleeveless zip up. And yes, he did do the famous dance moves that we love so much, and of course, the crowd and the judges were loving it. He came out afterward and give them all hugs, too!
Justin has been performing all over. We saw him perform under the rain during the American Music Awards, and last weekend he actually headed to Marine Room Tavern in Laguna Beach, Calif and did some karaoke — he covered Drake‘s “Hotline Bling.” With Purpose on the top of the charts (next to Adele‘s 25, of course), it’s not surprising The Voice ladies and gents were pretty stoked to have him there. Check out this pic they shared on Twitter:
— The Voice (@NBCTheVoice) December 16, 2015
Did you love Justin’s performance?