Justin Bieber Reveals His Favorite Part Of Believe Tour

Justin Bieber recently chatted with B96/Chicago backstage at his Believe Tour and shared what it was like directing his latest video for “Beauty and a Beat” and his favorite moment from the Believe Tour.

So far, his favorite part of his tour has been when he comes out at the beginning of his set on his wings.

“It’s going to be such a memorable moment from any tour. I think people will remember that,” he said. “Coming down right from the beginning of the show, it’s me and the wings for about 30 seconds. It’s such a big moment. People are just captivated and there’s nothing else going on, so that moment is going to bleed into their memory.”

Only a few weeks ago, Justin used a publicity stunt to promote his brand new “Beauty and a Beat” music video. The entire approach was creative as Justin pretended his laptop was stolen at one of his shows and shortly after released the video. Justin even turned the camera on himself as if it was his personal footage. So, how did he feel about the whole experience?

“It was sick. It was my first time ever directing a video, and I shot it myself on the camera. It was a cool moment, and inventive because I don’t think anyone’s done that before,” he said.

Well aware that he is the biggest pop star right now, Justin is very humble about it. In fact he expressed how thankful he is.

“I’m super blessed. I have great fans, great music and a great tour, and I’m having the time of my life.”

-Danielle Clasing, B96/Chicago

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