Justin Bieber is used to playing sold-out arena concerts. But the 21-year-old pop star surprised patrons at The Nice Guy lounge in West Hollywood Friday night with a secret set. And PerezHilton.com has exclusive details from inside Justin’s performance!
After hiding in the kitchen for half an hour, Justin emerged and took the small corner stage with guitarist Dan Kanter. A bodyguard stood in front preventing anyone from getting too close.
Wearing a fedora and leather bomber, Justin looked more crooner than pop star. The Biebs sang a set of 4-5 songs, beginning with a cover of NeYo‘s So Sick and his own hit As Long As You Love Me. Later, he tried out his new song Home To Mama, which was appropriate since his mother Patti Mallette was in the audience.
As he left the stage, Justin thanked the crowd and something surprisingly humble:
“God bless. For those who hate me, just thank you for letting me f-ck it and just play some sh-t.”
Is Justin turning a new leaf? Or is the fact he’s getting roasted this weekend bringing out a humbler side?
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An hour after the performance Justin exited the front door where he was greeted by throngs of adoring fans who took photos. Sources who witnessed his performance told us he acted “pretty cool.”
On person who didn’t stick around for Justin’s performance? Actress Charlize Theron. The actress was dining at The Nice Guy and left before things got crazy.