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Justin Bieber Interrupts Performance To Scold Spanish Audience

The Huffington Post The Huffington Post 3/11/2015 Cole Delbyck
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Justin Bieber might need to say "Sorry" for his latest gaffe on his "Purpose" promotion tour. 

After walking out of an interview with a Spanish radio station last month and ditching a Norwegian concert after performing only one song, the relationship between Bieber and his overseas audiences has been touch-and-go. 

Unfortunately, his recent stint in Spain has only made matters worse. During a live broadcast of his song "What Do You Mean?" the Biebs stopped singing after noticing that the enthusiastic audience was clapping to the wrong beat.

"Stop, stop, stop, stop," he said. "If you're gonna clap ... at least clap on the beat."

He went on instruct the audience on the the right way to clap, laughing awkwardly at the uncomfortable moment. The crowd was none the wiser and seemed happy to back in sync with the pop star.

If you were hoping Bieber's new music video would serve as an awkward moment palate cleanser, you are out of luck. 

The video for the album's third single, "I'll Show You," was released on Monday and features Bieber running around in nature for no apparent reason. 

Please don't show me. 

 

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