Well, this is, um, inneresting, to say the least.
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But no one can argue that the pop star is one of the biggest musicians in the game — and now, he has the awards to back up his worldwide popularity!
The Sorry singer just earned his way into the Guinness World Records 2017 Edition book with eight records, due to the success of his record-breaking Purpose album!
The 22-year-old broke records for most streamed track on Spotify in one week for What Do You Mean?, along with the most streamed album on Spotify in one week for Purpose!
Bieberoni also snagged the record for most simultaneous tracks on the U.S. singles chart, as well as the most simultaneous new entries in the Hot 11 by a solo artist.
His other record-breaking achievements are most viewed channel on YouTube for an individual, most YouTube subscribers for a male musician, most followers on Twitter (male), and the first musical act to take up the top three positions simultaneously on the U.K. singles chart with Love Yourself, Sorry, and What Do You Mean? — phew!
While Biebs sure has his fair share of troubles, there's no denying he's one prolific musician! Congrats, you complicated son of a gun!
Ch-ch-check out the post from Guinness (below) awarding the performer in New York City on Monday!
The Olympics swimmer recently sat down with Matt Lauer to apologize not even a week after he lied straight to the NBC anchor's face — admitting he acted like a "drunk frat boy" who had "too much to drink" and "exaggerated" the events of the night.
Thankfully, the creative folks behind the YouTube channel Schmoyoho — the people who famously "songified" Antonie Dondson's Hide Yo Kids news clip — gave Lochte's weepy interview the same musical treatment!
Not only did The Gregory Brothers remix the gold medalist's apology into autotuned harmonies, but they also added comments from Today anchors Billy Bush and Al Roker — who viciously chastised Lochte for leaving his teammates in Brazil while he "skedaddled" back to the U.S.
Ch-ch-check Lochte's musical debut in Drunk Frat Boy (below) to hear the ridiculously catchy tune!
What in the WORLD is he thinking?!
If for some reason you're unaware of #LochteGate, US Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte has come under A TON of heat after claiming he was robbed at gunpoint in Rio — and now we know his story isn't EXACTLY true!
After confirming the tale to Matt Lauer on Wednesday night, Lochte's case took a huge turn when security footage dropped of the "robbery" after Lochte's teammates reportedly threw him under the bus and confirmed they embellished the tale.
While Ryan has his own theory about the security footage AND we learned there's a chance that those teammates DID NOT say the robbery was a lie, the gold medalist — safely in the U.S. — is busy having some fun on social media!
On Thursday, the buff athlete posted a now deleted video in which he wishes fellow USA teammate Elizabeth Beisel a happy birthday!
Though the video is deleted, Bradd Jaffy, a senior news editor and writer for NBC Nightly News, took to Twitter to share the news as well as a screenshot of the video (below):
Perez just saw Adele in concert and this is his reaction video to the show!
You know he's seen thousands of shows and is very critical and always honest! Always!!