This weekend, Justin Bieber surprised festival-goers with an impromptu performance. The Grammy Award winner joined pal Daniel Caesar onstage for a surprise appearance on the first day of Coachella 2022, which is making its triumphant return after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Bieber also went shirtless, wearing a backward Phillies baseball cap and baggy jeans that showed off the Calvin Klein tighty whities’ waistband.
What Did Caesar Say About Justin Bieber During The Festival?
Bieber and Caesar performed “Peaches,” Justin’s No. 1 single from his sixth studio album Justice, which received four Grammy nominations, including song of the year. Despite the fact that Giveon, who is featured in the song, is scheduled to perform at the festival on Saturday. Bieber did not join the duo onstage. As the special performance came to a close, Caesar told the audience to give it up for his friend, Justin Bieber. Bieber’s surprise appearance comes as part of his Justice world tour. This is following his recovery from a COVID-19 diagnosis that forced him to cancel his February concert in Las Vegas.
In a PEOPLE exclusive clip from his Amazon Studios’ Prime Video documentary Justin Bieber: Our World, Bieber talked about performing his first show in three years at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on New Years’ Eve 2020. He admitted that the nerves leading up to it were palpable. Justin also stated that he believes nerves can come from a good place when someone cares.
Justin Bieber‘s Upcoming Tours
Bieber’s Las Vegas show has been rescheduled for June 28, bringing the first leg of his world tour to a close. Between August 3 and 10, he will begin the second leg of his journey in Europe, where he will visit four countries. Legs 3, 4, and 5 will take place in three South American countries: Brazil, Chile, and Argentina. From September to December, he will also perform in South Africa, Israel, Australia, and New Zealand. Last month, the “Baby” singer announced that the “Justice” world tour will stop in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on Oct. 22. The concert will take place in the National Stadium, which has a capacity of over 87,000 people.