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A Night You’ll Never Beliebe

Jul 06, 2017 03:01PM ● By Ashley Pape

Justin Bieber has everyone saying “What Do You Mean?”

The pop icon cancelled the remaining dates of his Purpose tour just days before his show at AT&T Stadium. Bieber pulled the plug “due to unforeseen circumstances,” according to reports. What are your thoughts? Should the Biebs say “Sorry” to his fans?  

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After taking home the most American Music Awards of any artist last year, this “Cold Water” singer began the Purpose World Tour in May to promote his Grammy-nominated fourth studio album, “Purpose.” Snag tickets and you’ll hear him perform many hits from this album, including “Sorry,” “Love Yourself” and his first U.S. No. 1 single, “What Do You Mean?” This Canadian singer and songwriter holds several Guinness World Records, including landing the most streamed track on Spotify, having the most simultaneous new entries on the Billboard Hot 100 chart with 13 songs and being the most viewed YouTube music channel in 2016.

Teenage girls around the world became enamored with Justin Bieber after the pop icon was discovered from singing videos he posted on YouTube. Now fans of all ages call themselves Beliebers due to his catchy lyrics and upbeat music. Bieber made a name for himself in the R&B, pop and hip-hop world with four chart topping albums, remix compilations, acoustic albums and a Christmas album. He also loves incorporating many of his famous friends into his songs, including Nicki Minaj, Skrillex, Kanye West, Miley Cyrus and others. Expect to see a fantastic show with pyrotechnics, dancers and all your favorite J.B. songs when he comes to town this month. Still not sure if you are up for a Justin Bieber concert? Never say never!