Justin Bieber Surprise Concert

Justin Bieber plays surprise concert at Toronto pub

What do you mean? Justin Bieber, you know, the pop music superstar from Stratford, Ontario, was in Toronto this past weekend and gave local audiences quite a show. No, he didn't get up to his usual antics, instead, he did what he does best and played sweet, sweet music to an appreciative crowd.

On Friday evening, Bieber stopped by the Fifth Pubhouse at Duncan and Richmond to watch the Raptors game. Eventually the inspiration to play a few tunes hit him, and started qan impromptu concert on the bar's piano, serenading the crowd with songs such as "Let It Be" and his very own "Sorry."

Bieber, who usually sells out stadium-sized shows in minutes, had a pretty successful weekend. Along with playing this random concert, he picked up two MTV European Music Awards.

Photo by @patszac.


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