Having already conquered the top positions of North American charts with his sixth chart-topping studio album, ‘Justice’ (click here to stream), Pop pinup Justin Bieber is looking to repeat the feat abroad.
The global push for the top-selling LP landed in Paris recently and saw Bieber deliver a 15-minute live set for his Parisian fans – affectionately called #Beliebers.
Performing five songs from ‘Justice’ (four for the first time), the virtual concert took to the City of Light to light up the Hôtel De Crillon alongside his live band.
Speaking on the international affair (helmed by show director Nick Demoura), Bieber said:
“For me, Paris has been one of my favorite places. We haven’t had the chance to travel. My wife was going over to Paris for some sort of gig. I think she was doing a magazine. I always wanted to throw something together that was overlooking the Eiffel Tower. We did one performance, which was on the Eiffel Tower, which was sick, but I had a vision of this performance overlooking the Eiffel Tower.”
Look inside to see how the vision came to life.
Bonus: Need more of a live Bieber fix? Click here to revisit his live VEVO performances of ‘Justice’ cuts ‘Anyone,’ ‘Holy,’ and ‘Lonely.’